Warming cabinet «Thermo L»

CE MDR pending
- Heating and storage of solutions, liquids, blankets
- Maintaining the set temperature for 24 hours
- Mobile / stationary model
- Modular system


Warming cabinet heater Thermo L is used for warming and keeping warm solutions and fluids for infusion therapy, hospital blankets, underwear and bed linen, dressings, paraffin, paraffin mixtures, ozokerite. Is used in preoperative, nursing, procedural and others.


  • Maintaining the set temperature for 24 hours
  • Uniform warming of fluids and blankets
  • Fast warming time (20-60 min depending on the selected temperature)
  • Availability of models with different sizes (S, M, L)
  • Modular system
  • All stainless steel construction
  • Excellent insulation to keep warm
  • Stainless steel shelves
  • Extendable and removable shelves for convenient use and easy disinfection of internal surfaces
  • Door lock function
  • Choice of left or right door installation

Microprocessor control system

  • LED display
  • Indication of current and set temperature
  • Indication of time since the start of heating
  • 2 heating modes: «Solutions» and «Blankets»
  • Door open indication
  • Light and sound alarms
  • RFID-card for locking control panel buttons
  • Power-on self-test

Modular system

Combination of models with control of each separate cabinet:

  • L+S

Execution options

  • Stationary
  • Mobile (different diameter of wheels)
  • Volume
    360 litres
  • Dimensions (Width x Depth x Height )
    670x640x1450 mm
  • Number of shelves
  • Weight
    75 kg
  • Maximum power consumption
    700 W
  • Supply voltage / frequency
    230V / 50Hz
  • Temperature setting
    34°С - 60°С
  • Temperature accuracy
  • Average warming time (at an initial t 20°C)
    - to a temperature of 34°С
    - to a temperature of 42°С,
    - to a temperature of 60°С

    20 min
    35 min
    60 min
  • Continuous work time
  • Type/class of protection against electric shock
  • Protection class
  • Warming cabinet Thermo
  • Сustomer satisfaction survey
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