Electric Instrument Sterilizer and Boiler - made of high quality Stainless Steel are used for sterilising and disinfecting surgical instruments. Electric instrument sterilisers have hinged lids and immersion rods.
For sterilizing surgical and examination instruments
Preparing for usage:
- Before loading the instruments into the sterilizer ,instruments are thoroughly cleaned .
- Make sure that the product used for cleaning the instruments are chloride-free, as certain cleaning agents are highly corrosive and should be avoided.
- Instruments are well rinsed to remove all the chemical residues and then well dried prior to the sterilisation process.
- Check the instruments for any signs of damage.
- Load the instruments on the boiler tray, place the heavy instruments at the bottom and smaller instruments at the top, make sure that the hinged instruments such as forceps and scissors are kept open.
- Do not overload the boiler tray.
Directions to use:
- Plug the instrument steriliser to the main switch .
- Approx 1 litre to 1.5 litres of water is put inside the sterilizer
- Load the boiler tray inside the instrument sterilizer/boiler
- Make sure water circulates well among the instruments and all instruments are covered with water.
- Put the switch ON and allow the water to boil.
- Do not leave the boiler unattended while using it.
- After the required boiling time , switch OFF the boiler, remove the instruments using cheatle forceps.
- Place the instruments into a sterile metal container and dry them before using with a sterile cloth.
- Allow the steriliser to cool down and drain the water inside it after every use.
- Wipe the outside surface of sterilizer with clean cloth everyday.
|Material||grade 304 SS|
|Working mechanism||Electrically operated with immersion heater|
|Size ||16 Inch|
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the sterilizer made of?
A: The sterilizer is made of high quality grade 304 stainless steel.
Q: How does the sterilizer work?
A: The sterilizer is electrically operated with an immersion heater. It heats up the water inside the sterilizer to a high temperature to sterilize surgical and examination instruments.
Q: Can any cleaning agent be used to clean the instruments?
A: No, it is important to use a chloride-free cleaning agent to clean the instruments, as certain cleaning agents can be highly corrosive and should be avoided.
Q: How should I load the instruments into the sterilizer?
A: Instruments should be loaded onto the boiler tray with heavier instruments at the bottom and smaller instruments at the top. Hinged instruments, such as forceps and scissors, should be kept open. Do not overload the boiler tray.
Q: How much water should be put into the sterilizer?
A: Approximately 1 litre to 1.5 litres of water should be put into the sterilizer.
Q: How do I know when the sterilization process is complete?
A: The sterilization process takes a certain amount of time depending on the instruments being sterilized. The user manual will provide guidelines on the required boiling time. Once the required boiling time is completed, switch off the sterilizer and remove the instruments using cheatle forceps.
Q: How should I maintain the sterilizer?
A: Allow the sterilizer to cool down and drain the water inside it after every use. Wipe the outside surface of the sterilizer with a clean cloth everyday.