Fluid warming cabinets are designed to heat intravenous and irrigation fluids to help regulate a patient's body temperature during surgery. This Australian designed and made fluid warmer includes features such as a fan forced system which allows even temperature throughout the cabinet, and an LED digital display which allows you to easily see the temperature of the fluids. The cabinet is fitted with a built in high temperature alarm in case of overheating and is finished with a stainless interior/exterior and chrome plated shelving.
Microprocessor control panel - for accurate temperature control
LED temperature display - allows you to easily see the product temperature
Double glazed doors - allows you to see the fluid bags and bottle whilst still keeping the heat in
Fan forced air - for even temperature throughout the fluid warmer
Magnetic door closure - for easy and secure door closure
Stainless steel construction - easy to keep clean and sanitary
ENLAKE is an Australian owned business that specialises in medical and laboratory refrigeration. ENLAKE's philosophy is to offer comprehensive product coverage and detailed product knowledge. We sell a comprehensive range of premium refrigeration equipment and accessories for use in:
ENLAKE aims to serve its customers' needs by providing them with relevant product information and advice. We can help you choose the most suitable off-the-shelf fridges for your needs and if we don't have one suitable we can even custom build a fridge or freezer to meet your specific requirements. So please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need some advice.
Another area that ENLAKE specialises in is the fit out of medical refrigeration equipment in new facilities such as hospitals and universities. ENLAKE can supply, install and commission all refrigeration equipment ranging from standard pharmacy fridges through to mortuary cabinets and bone freezers
ENLAKE has been selling their range of products Australia wide since 2009 and backs it products up with a nationwide service network.