Surgical Instrument 35 75 100L Vertical Automatic Autoclave Sterilizer


  1. Automatically controlled by computer, digital display of working status, touch type key.
  2. Dynamically showed the temperature, pressure time and vacuum rate and the full cycle
  3. fully automatically route for water inlet, pulse vacuum,heating, sterilizing, draining, exhausting, vacuum drying.
  4. 3 times pulse vacuum,which make the vacuum rate as -0.081mpa,and ensure the high extracting of inner air from dressing, A.B type hollowed appliance.
  5. with 4 fixed program for appliance, medical dressing, rubbers and fluid,and the user can also set the program as they need.
  6. equipped with the PT/TT testing connector, easy to run the testing.
  7. Multiple pulse vacuum drying after sterilizing, ensure the nice sterilizing.
  8. Equipped with bacteria filter, ensure the sterile air enter the inner vacuum environment,avoid the second contamination.
  9. hand wheel type of quick-open door structure,self-inflating type seal.
  10. adopted with immersed heating, with high heating efficiency.
  11. steam-water inner circulation system:no steam discharge, and the environment for sterilizing will be clean and dry.
  12. automatically shut off with beep reminding after sterilization.
  13. fully high quality stainless, equipped with double stainless steel basket.

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Autoclave Safety Guidelines when Surgical Instrument 35 75 100L Vertical Automatic Autoclave Sterilizer

Autoclave Safety Guidelines

Understanding Hazards

Autoclaves operate with extreme heat and high pressure, posing potential risks. Proper maintenance and adherence to guidelines are crucial to prevent damage to equipment, facilities, or harm to personnel.

Mechanical Hazards and Safety Measures

Be cautious of mechanical risks like the heavy door, loading carriage (if present), and glass in materials. Ensure proper locking of autoclave doors and gaskets to avoid sudden high-pressure steam release. Most autoclaves have safety interlocks, yet manual vigilance is essential.

Heat and Material Handling

Autoclave exteriors, especially older models without sufficient heat shielding, can become very hot. Employ visible warning signs, avoid storing combustible materials nearby, and utilize heat-resistant gloves and appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when handling materials. Prevent contact with inner chamber surfaces and liquid splashes.

Response to Burns or Injuries

In case of burns from the autoclave or materials, seek immediate medical attention for severe burns or injuries involving the face or extensive body areas (call 911). Minor burns can be self-treated using standard first aid. Report all burns as occupational injuries to the supervisor or principal investigator. For biological exposure incidents, complete and submit a First Report of Biological Exposure or Release Event form to the Office of Biological Safety.

User Training

All autoclave operators must undergo comprehensive operation and safety training before usage.

Specific Model Training and Manual Access

Training should focus on the particular autoclave model(s) to be used. Understanding the manufacturer's operations manual is essential. If the manual is unavailable, contact the manufacturer or search their website for a copy.

 Comprehensive Training Elements

Training modules should cover:

  • Proper utilization of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Reduction of aerosol formation
  • Correct loading and unloading techniques
  • Burn prevention methods
  • Prevention and management of spills and accidents