Vertical Sterilisers

FVA TS: Small Top-Loading Sterilisers (Vertical)

Fedegari moved into the lab market in the 1980’s with their range of horizontal laboratory steam sterilisers, taking with them their industrial pharmaceutical knowledge and experience. Applying the same high quality attitude to the design and manufacture of their laboratory range, Fedegari have created a portfolio of machines to meet all standards and regulations.

The FVA units are smaller, vertical steam sterilisers  manufactured by Fedegari for use where laboratory space is limited. They boast an attractive, functional and ergonomic design with highly innovative modularity giving a fully flexible configuration. Ensuring safe, fast and reliable processing with excellent quality standards and advanced technology, they have a wide range of suitable applications for any modern laboratory where quality cannot be compromised.

Key Features
  • PLC control system with wide touch screen colour videographic display for a simpler and more intuitive interface
  • New pre-validated operating software for total control of functional parameters
  • Optional kit for CFR21 part11 conformity
  • Configurable decontamination options for sterilisation of high-risk pathogens
  • Perfect chamber tightness due to Fedegari’s patented locking system with pneumatic seal
  • Integrated steam steriliser idea for laboratories without steam utilities


Click here to view the FVA product brochure, alternatively:

Contact us or call +44 (0)1293 824 400 (ext 3)


Model Overview
Model Chamber dimensions
ØxD mm
Overall Dimensions
(WxDxH) mm.
Useful Capacity
FVA2/A1 400 x 600 1200 x 1305 x 600 75
FVA3/A1 500 x 700 1200 x 1305 x 600 140

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Preparing for Brexit

We pride ourselves on supporting our customers especially through this turbulent time. We are developing a plan to limit the impact of Brexit so you can be assured our support will not be affected. 


We are Stockpiling service kits in Ireland for all our SLA customers and increasing our critical spares held within Ireland, criticality based around usage levels and risks.


We are allowing for some delays due to border entry points within our planning & logistics control.


As we aim to service equipment predominantly from our Irish team of Operations Engineers, Brexit should not interrupt service levels. Our principal suppliers are from Italy in the EU so any additional support labour is also not a concern.


All our Irish customers payments will be processed via our Euro bank account so will not be affected by exchange rate risks.