The ASL steam sterilizer family is a modern, innovative and very efficient range of sterilizers designed for laboratories and research facilities. An intuitive and easy-to-use control panel, reliability and a wide range of versions make it a popular choice.


ASL sterilizers have been designed to ensure personnel, sterilizer and load safety. SMS delivers products that meet the highest industry safety standards and directives. This guarantees safety not only for your employees operating the autoclaves but also for your laboratory and the loads being sterilized.

Diversity of load types

Our  laboratory autoclaves, manufactured in Poland (European Union), have been designed to provide high quality, repeatable performance for a wide range of applications used in modern laboratories, which include: liquid sterilization, agar preparation, pipette and glass sterilization, biohazard and waste sterilization, instrument sterilization and more.

Fast cooling system
Vacuum pump
Counter-pressure system

Additionally, each version can be equipped with a 0,2 µm HEPA exhaust filter (version+FA).

Example: ASL 80 MS+FA – 80 liter ASL sterilizer with counter-pressure support system, fast cooling system and HEPA exhaust filter

Rapid cooling system (M)

The rapid cooling system significantly shortens the cooling times compared to the basic version and speeds up the sterilization of liquids. In addition, this system allows for the sterilization of liquids in open containers. However, the use of an active cooling system may cause partial loss of the sterilized fluid.

Vacuum system (V)

The use of a vacuum generation system enables faster and more effective venting of the sterilization chamber and safe sterilization of porous materials, hollows, as well as packed products. An additional advantage of sterilizers with the vacuum generation system is the option of drying materials, which turns on automatically after the sterilization phase.

Counter-pressure system (S)

During the cooling phase, compressed air, decontaminated by a HEPA filter, is supplied to the sterilization chamber to prevent a sudden drop in pressure. The use of such a system reduces the loss of sterilized fluids in open and vented containers, and enables the sterilization of liquids in sealed containers (prevents their damage).

HEPA exhaust air filter (+FA)

In case of sterilizing contaminated materials, it is necessary to protect the laboratory environment against dangerous, not sterilized microorganisms that may escape from the chamber during the venting phase. To prevent this, the sterilizer can be equipped with a steam / exhaust air filtration system and condensate sterilization.