The horizontal autoclave, which adopted the way of gravity exchange to release the cold air from the chamber more completely to ensure the reliable sterilization. The control system automatically adjust the steam inlet and outlet according to chamber temperature during sterilizing. This unit is an ideal equipment for clinics, scientific research institutes and other organizations to sterilize surgical instruments, fabric glassed, and the culture media etc.
- Automatically controlled the sterilizing process, easy to operate.
- With drying function, suitable for the medical dressing drying.
- With over-temperature, over-pressure auto-protect.
- The door can not be open until the pressure in the chamber is reduced to 0.027MPa. And the unit can not be started on if the indoor doesn't close well.
- The safety valve will be open automatically when the inner pressure over 0.24MPa and the steam would be exhausted the water tank.
- Automatically cut off the power if the water lack happened, and alarm at the meanwhile.
- The chamber of the sterilizer is made of stainless steel.
- With built-in printer.
What are the types of sterilizers?
There are several types of sterilization equipment. Steam sterilizers (autoclaves), dry heat sterilizers, heated chemical vapor sterilizers, and gas sterilizers. The dry heat sterilizers employ higher temperatures to destroy microorganisms.
What is the difference between vertical and horizontal sterilizer?
A small amount of process water is filled in on an autoclave bottom. In the horizontal autoclave with two baskets 200 liters of water are filled in ~ (in two baskets vertical ~ 2500 liters of water). ... Respectively steam consumption in horizontal autoclaves is lower, than in vertical autoclaves.
What is the minimum temperature for sterilization?
Sterilization is achieved within a minimum of 15 min at 121°C (250 °F) or 3 min at 134°C (273°F). Other times and temperatures can achieve the same killing effect (e.g., 121°C for 20 min).
What is the difference between autoclave and sterilizer?
A sterilizer is a general term for any equipment that can sterilize. ... While autoclaves solely utilize steam to disinfect, sterilizers can use chemicals, high pressure, filtration, irritation, or a combination of these methods to eliminate living organisms.
What is dry heat used to sterilize?
Dry heat is primarily used to sterilize instruments and heat-resistible glass and instrument parts. The heat transfer by dry heat is less effective than by airless, saturated steam, because steam is able to transport the heat quicker than by condensation just air.