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Different Medical Sterilizers We Provide

Lab and Healthcare Sterilizers

A medical sterilizer is a machine that kills or eliminates germs from medical devices, such as surgical tools and equipment. They are an important way to maintain the health and safety of a hospital. At Auxo Medical, we have sterilizers to meet the needs of your specific treatments and practices. 

Read on to learn about the different medical sterilizers we provide.

Different Lab and Medical Sterilizers We Provide

Lab and Research:

Steris LAB250 Sterilizer

This is a comprehensive all-in-one solution for your sterilization and disinfection needs. The Steris Lab250 Sterilizer is a fully automatic sterilizer designed for the most demanding applications. Its sterilizing time is significantly faster than other standard sterilizing models. It is a low-maintenance, cost-effective, reliable sterilizer that provides dependable, high-quality results.

Steris Amsco Century 1262

This sterilizer comes with liquid, gravity, leak, and daily air removal (Bowie-Dick) test cycles. It offers fast and efficient sterilization with heat and moisture.  

Other features include:

  • Cost-effective and durable design
  • Automatic shut-off option (which saves energy)
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Environmentally friendly design

Tuttnauer Plasmax 160 Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilizer

This is a new design of a hydrogen peroxide sterilizer that is more energy-efficient and user-friendly. The device sterilizes medical equipment by diffusing water into the chamber, then converting it into plasma. Medical materials and instruments are safely and quickly sterilized using plasma and water vapor. No dangerous residue is left, making it a reliable, effective, convenient, and economical sterilization method.

Other features of the medical sterilizer include:

  • Real-time dynamic graph display
  • 48 to 163-liter chamber capacity
  • Advanced and flexible controller
  • Multi-color display
  • Lumens PCD (Process Challenge Device)
  • Vertical sliding door
  • Multilingual screen options (26 languages)

Healthcare and Medical:

Steris HC-900 Evolution Sterilizer

The large chamber opening makes this model simple to load and minimizes steam usage, reducing operating costs. This device is ideal for sterile processing departments (SPDs) who want to increase the number of equipment sterilized. Sterilization containers, trays, and packs may be processed quickly and efficiently in this large chamber (660 x 953).

Other features include:

  • Copper, stainless steel, bronze, or brass plumbing options are available for producing purified steam
  • Horizontal automatic opening with a safety stop function
  • Easy-to-open locking mechanism for manual hinged door
  • Simple-to-use loading mechanism
  • Non-lubricated, steam-triggered gasket
  • Two-year guarantee

Steris Stage 3 Series 20″ 3023 Sterilizer

These sterilizers are designed with stage 3 controls, resistance temperature sensors, hinged forward-facing cabinet panel, steam purge, and steam bleed. They have a pressure relief valve and an internal battery backup for cycle memory.

Other features include:

  • Hydrostatically tested pressure chamber
  • Single radial arm manual door
  • Stage 3 controller with thermal printer
  • Interior chamber size of 20″ x 20″ x 38″
  • Recess mount
  • Thermal display with touchpad operation
  • Pre-vacuum configuration

Steris 400 Series 16″ Sterilizer

This high-efficiency sterilization cabinet is designed for use by small-scale sterilization services at high-volume production facilities. It consists of a series of fully enclosed vertical sterilization chambers that can hold up to three 25-lb sets. This medical sterilizer has an efficient container to fully enclose sterilized instruments and allow them to be used without being contaminated.

Additional features include:

  • A water-saving electric vacuum pump 
  • Basic flush and drain capabilities
  • A vertically sliding door with a control pad for hands-free unloading and loading
  • A functional steam generator
  • Easy-to-use touch screen controls

Steris Amsco Eagle 3043

These sterilizers are cost-effective and high-quality. The Steris Amsco Eagle 3043 is equipped with gravity, pre-vacuum, express, flash, daily air removal test cycles, leak test, and efficient heat sterilization.

Other features include:

  • Hydrostatically tested pressure chamber
  • Single Radial arm manual door (optional hinge)
  • Stage 3 controller with thermal printer
  • Interior chamber size of 24x36x48
  • Recess mount
  • Thermal display with touchpad operation
  • Pre-vacuum configuration or gravity configuration

Skyton Integrity 270 Sterilizer

The Skytron integrity 270 Medical sterilizer offers new levels of productivity and efficiency. It is simple to use and takes up very little space. It provides an integrative water conservation system that reduces overall water use with each cycle.

Other features include:

  •   Dual-walled, completely encased pressure vessels made of stainless steel
  •   5.7-inch LCD color touchscreen display
  •   Processor for up to 16 25-pound trays
  •   12 standard cycles and 12 completely personalized cycles
  •   A countdown timer and progress bar is visible from over 30 feet away
  •   Pipes made of stainless steel and copper
  •   An electric door locking and unlocking system

Get in Touch With Us Today for A Medical  Sterilizer

Are you looking for medical sterilizers for your health facility? If so, we have the medical sterilizers you need. We are one of the most trusted names in our industry and offer professional service with a personal touch. Get in touch with Auxo Medical today and fill out the online form. One of our professional staff will be happy to reach out to you and help you find a sterilizer model that best meets the needs of your business or practice.

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