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Choosing The Right Autoclave

 

Dental sterilizers are imperative to a dental practice. Keeping dental equipment clean, safe and sterile is a must. Proper sterilization procedures prevent cross contamination between patients, clinicians and staff members. The items to be sterilized are not placed directly on the floor of the steam sterilizer. They are placed into hollow containers or receptacles prior to be being loaded into the autoclave for sterilization. These secondary containments are known as autoclave trays.

 
Autoclave Trays – Use And Design
The use of racks in a sterilizer serves a dual purpose. It makes optimum use of the available space. It also prevents spills and leaks that would have occurred had the items been placed haphazardly on the floor. The orderly arrangement reduces the hassles of regular cleaning and also raises the efficiency of the sterilizer device.
 
Testing Instrument Racks in an Autoclave
The trays used in an autoclave, for that matter in any sterilizer, should be strong and sturdy with a solid bottom and wall. The walls of the container should also be sufficiently high to contain all the items comfortably. The sides must be at least 6 inches in height. Trays, shelves and racks should be inspected regularly as prolonged use causes them to become brittle. Cracked and warped trays should not be used in an autoclave. It compromises the efficiency of the sterilization process and also creates a mess.
 
While steam is a common method for dental instrument sterilization, some dental sterilizers use dry heat and eliminate moisture from the process. Dental autoclaves and sterilizers may be among the most used equipment in a dental practice; be sure the vendor you choose offers an extensive product warranty.

CONSIDERATION FOR PROPER STERILIZATION
 
The following factors should be considered:
 
Intelligent, pain-staking efforts and professional discipline.
Cleanliness of the material’s surface being processed.
Composition and nature of the item subjected to the procedure.
Physical and chemical factors in the surrounding environment or medium being treated.
Time the material is exposed to a disinfection or sterilization agent.
Shelf life, use life and reuse life of disinfectant.
Concentration and type of contaminant.
Concentration and temperature of the solution or gas (chemical agent).
Steam temperature and pressure.
An adequate drying cycle.
A clear understanding and observation of the procedure by the users.
Rinsing of instruments sterilized by liquid in sterile water.
Drying of chemically sterilized instruments in sterile towels.
Proper storage of sterilized instruments.
 
Conclusion
Sterilizers and autoclaves are used in many industries, but most commonly in the medical and paramedical fields. Several kinds of sterilizers are available, and each one is appropriate for a different range of medium and sterilization levels. Above all sterilizers available, autoclaves are the most popular sterilizers in the world for their effectiveness and speed of sterilization. All sterilizers have safety concerns, and autoclaves are no different. Care must be taken to prevent injury when using autoclaves by allowing the temperature and pressure to reduce to appropriate levels before opening the autoclave door. Specialized autoclaves and sterilizers exist for a variety of industries, so an understanding of the load size, material makeup, and quantity being sterilized is essential.
 
Dental autoclave on dentalplaza:
 
European B standard,with 3-time pre-Vacuum preceding vacuum drying. Vacuum measurement reaches <0.08bar. Humidity<0.2.
 
It sterilizes ad sanitizes miscellaneous packed or unpacked medical instruments,whether with multi-apertures or inset pipes.It efficiently rid air from every hollow area of any hollow instrument,such as handpiece,making sure that water steam reaches every corner.
 

Technical Features

1.Steam generator and heating coil work separately.

Separate heating work of steam generator and heating coil lead to easy manipulation of the speed and volume of steam, reducing the water consumption. Heating coil lifetime is prolonged because its temperature will fall when chamber temperature goes up.

2.Material of cover is safe and reliable

Covers and chambers are made of imported 2mm SU304 stainless steel which will guarantee safety at a high pressure inside chambers and avoid the second pollution caused by the corrosion.

3.Advantages of the control system

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