• Barkey warming center III

    Warming cabinet for infusion solutions and textiles – safe and reliable

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The Barkey warming center III is a heating cabinet for heating infusion solutions and textiles. With a capacity of approx. 270 litres, the device offers space for large volumes.


    As the big brother of the Barkey warming center II, the Barkey warming center III also works with air circulation technology. This sucks in air, cleans it in a filter and allows the heated air in the interior of the heating cabinet to circulate optimally. A large glass door is installed for visual inspection of the product.

    Especially before, during and after surgery, the aim must be to keep patients normothermic, i.e. to avoid a drop in the core body temperature below +36°C[1]. Warm infusions are also recommended for inpatient treatment. As Sessler proves, unheated infusions lower the body core temperature by +0.25°C/ unit[2]. If the patient is also sedated, this effect is intensified and the body core temperature decreases by +1.6°C already during the first hour of a surgery. The reason for this is the inhibition of the hypothalamus, which is responsible for the thermoregulation of the body. Through open vessels, warm and centralized blood is distributed to the periphery, i.e. arms and legs, so that the body cools down more quickly[3].

    Warm infusions make patients feel comfortable, accelerate wound healing and reduce hospital stays[4]. Warm infusion solutions are also recommended by the American Society of Peri Anesthesia Nurses[5].

    Of course, heated infusions from the Barkey warming center III can only make a partial contribution to hypothermia prevention. Therefore, we present you here further products to prevent hypothermia.

    [1] Young, V.L., Watson, M.E. (2006): Prevention of perioperative hypothermia in plastic surgery, in: Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Vol. 26, No. 5, S. 552 f.

    [2] Sessler, D.I. (1997): Mild perioperative hypothermia, in: The New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 336, No. 24, S. 1735

    [3] Sessler, D.I. (2000): Perioperative heat balance, in: Anesthesiology, Vol. 92, No. 2, S. 580

    [4] National Collaborating Center for Nurses and Supportive Care commissioned (NCCNSC) by National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) (2008): Clinical practical guideline – The management of inadvertent perioperative hypothermia in adults, S. 501 ff.

    [5] American Society of Peri Anesthesia Nurses (2001): Clinical guideline for the prevention of unplanned perioperative hypothermia, in: Journal of Peri Anesthesia Nursing, Vol. 16, Issue 5, S. 305 ff.

    The Barkey warming center III offers a lot of space with 270 litres. Nine shelves can be individually positioned in the heating cabinet to heat infusions and warming blankets. The use of the heating cabinet is very simple: open the glass door, remove the infusion or warming blanket and apply.

    The Barkey warming center III is a high-quality product and comes with a 2-year warranty.
    If you have any questions about service and maintenance, our Barkey service team will be happy to assist you. This also applies to our distribution partners abroad.

    Technische Daten


    Product Barkey warming center III DTM
    Main supply 230 V 50 Hz
    Power consumption 250W
    Current consumption 1.1 A
    Current fuse 2 A time sluggish
    Set temperature +42°C +/- 3°C at +22°C ambient temperature
    Overtemperature protection elektronic +46°C, mechanical +51°C
    Volume (capacity) 270 Litres
    Weight 175 kg
    External dimensions 665 x 1810 x 620 mm (WxHxD; depth incl. wall clearance and door handle)
    Casing design zinc-coated sheet steel with white
    powder coating, 4 castors (2 with brakes)
    Internal dimensions 535 x 1220 x 410 mm (WxHxD)
    Internal design 9 height adjustable shelves, automatic
    turn off when door open
    Storage/transport -20°C to +70°C
    Safety class I, protective earthing
    MDD classification IIa
    Certification CE 0123


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