Small Stainless Steel Dental Autoclave Class B For Lab Sterilizer


1. The sterilizing procedure is automatically controlled, it is not necessary to be supervised and used conveniently. 

2. At least 3 or more times pulse-vacuum exhausting, which is applied to wrapped or unwrapped objects, and hollow equipment. 

3. Drying function. 

4. With an inner printer, which records the full procedure of the sterilization. 

5. With Bowie&Dick testing function, which is for the steam penetrating testing. 

6. Self-testing malfunction, easy to maintain. 

7. Safety functions: Safety 

8. locking: the steam can not enter the chamber and the unit will alarm when the door is not closed tightly,and the door can not the open when the inner pressure exceeds 0.027mpa.

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How To Use An Autoclave?

The autoclave is a pivotal machine in a tissue culture lab, essential for sterilizing media, culture vessels, tools, and various materials. Careful attention is required while operating this equipment to ensure effective sterilization. Here's a step-wise procedure for using an autoclave in your lab:

1. Preparation:

  • Place a piece of autoclave tape over the foil. Autoclave tape transforms into a strip with black diagonal lines when exposed to high temperatures, indicating sterilization.

2. Loading the Autoclave:

  • If using bottles for media, leave the cap loosely tightened halfway and place autoclave tape on top.
  • Turn on the power and ensure the autoclave drain valve is closed.
  • Add deionized water to the level-indicator line.

3. Loading Materials:

  • Place the flask of culture media, tools, and materials in a basket.
  • Ensure proper spacing between items, avoiding contact with the autoclave walls and floor.

4. Sealing and Setting Parameters.

5. Running the Autoclave:

  • Run the autoclave for a minimum of 15-20 minutes.

6. Post-Sterilization:

  • After the cycle, when the pressure gauge shows 0 psi, slowly open the autoclave lid using heat-resistant gloves.
  • Retrieve materials and allow them to cool before use.

7. Final Steps:

  • Your media and tools are now ready for use.
  • Open them inside the laminar flow hood to maintain a sterile environment.

By following these steps, you ensure a thorough and effective sterilization process, providing you with sterile media and tools for your tissue culture work.