Horizontal Cylindrical Pressure Steam Sterilizer


1. Sterilizing course automatic sterilization controlled by computer, easy to operate.

2. With drying function, suitable dressing drying.

3. With over-temperature, over-pressure auto-protect device.

4. The door opening mechanism cannot be operated until the pressure in the chamber is reduced to 0.027MPa.It can’t be start on if the doesn’t closed well.

5. The safety value will be open automatically when the inner pressure over 0.24MPa, and the steam be exhausting to the water tank.

6. The power will be cut-off automatically, cut-off the water and alarm when the machine lacking water.

7. The surface of the sterilizer is steel coated, the chamber of the sterilizer is made of stainless steel.

8. With printer

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QA About Horizontal Cylindrical Pressure Steam Sterilizer

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How does an autoclave work?
A: Autoclaves operate by using pressurized steam to sterilize goods. Similar to a pressure cooker, they create a sealed chamber and replace the air within it with pressurized steam, effectively sterilizing the contents.

Q: How does autoclaving kill bacteria?
A: Autoclaves utilize steam heat to raise temperatures to a level that breaks down proteins within the cell walls of microbes, effectively killing the bacteria and achieving sterilization.

Q: Why is autoclaving items better for sterilization purposes than boiling them?
A: Steam is a highly efficient medium for heat transfer, allowing for higher temperatures than boiling water, making it a more effective method for killing bacteria and other microorganisms.

Q: How long does an autoclave take?
A: The time required for sterilization depends on the load content, autoclave temperature settings, and desired Sterility Assurance Level. Generally, higher temperatures lead to faster sterilization.

Q: What temperature(s) can an autoclave reach?
A: 121°C and 135°C

Q: What are the phases of sterilization?
A: Using an autoclave for sterilization involves three basic phases: purge phase, exposure (sterilization) phase, and exhaust phase.

Q: How long do items stay sterile after autoclaving?
A: The duration of sterility depends on the packaging after sterilization. Generally, items should be re-sterilized after each use, but certain packaging methods can maintain sterility for up to 96 weeks.

Q: What are the different types of autoclaves?
A: The two main types of steam sterilizers are gravity displacement autoclaves and high-speed prevacuum autoclaves, available in various sizes and configurations with customization options.