Stainless Steel Dental Surgical Autoclave Steam Sterilizer

(Fully automatic microcomputer)
1. Fully stainless steel structure
2. Hand wheel type of quick-open door structure
3. Door safety lock system
4. Automatically controlled by computer
5. Digital display of working status, touch of a key
6. Over temperature&over pressure auto-protection
7. Steam-water inner circulation system: no steam discharge and the environment for sterilizing will be clean and dry
8. Self-inflating type seal
9. Safe protection of water lacking
10. The drying system is optional and can be equipped according to the customers' request
11. Automatically shut off with a beep reminder after sterilization
12. th two stainless steel sterilizing baskets



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What is Stainless Steel Dental Surgical Autoclave Steam Sterilizer

A medical autoclave is a device employing steam to sterilize equipment, effectively inactivating bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores. While it is potent against various microorganisms, prions related to diseases like Creutzfeldt–Jakob, and certain toxins (e.g., Cereulide) may not be eradicated through standard autoclaving temperatures (134 °C for three minutes or 121 °C for 15 minutes). For such cases, immersion in 1M NaOH and subsequent autoclaving at 121 °C for 30 min, followed by cleaning, rinsing, and routine sterilization, is recommended.

Autoclaves are integral in medical settings, laboratories, and areas necessitating object sterility. While some procedures now utilize single-use items, autoclaves remain crucial, especially in resource-limited regions where reusing equipment is more common. Deploying stove-top or solar autoclaves to rural medical centers is a proposed solution for such areas.


Heat-Labile Products: 

  • Autoclaving, using damp heat, cannot sterilize heat-labile products like certain plastics, which may melt. Alternative sterilization methods are required for these items.

    Sterilization of Medical Waste:

  • Autoclaving is often employed for sterilizing medical waste before disposal, especially in municipal solid waste streams. This approach is gaining traction due to environmental concerns related to incineration by-products.
  • Separation of Items:

  •  Proper separation of items within autoclaves is crucial to ensure uniform steam penetration throughout the load.


  • Dentistry:

     Autoclaves play a vital role in dentistry by providing sterilization for dental instruments.

Regulation and Challenges:

  • Regulation:

     In many industrialized regions, medical-grade autoclaves are regulated medical devices, limiting them to regulator-approved cycles.
  • Design Challenges:

     Optimized for continuous hospital use, medical-grade autoclaves often feature rectangular designs, demanding maintenance, and substantial operating costs. The calibration of these autoclaves involves significant water and electric power consumption.

Despite challenges, autoclaves remain indispensable in ensuring sterility, waste disposal, and safety in various medical and laboratory settings. Their adaptability to different environments and ongoing advancements make them valuable tools in healthcare and beyond.