Sterilization products

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Designed to ensure infection control and meet mandated sterilization and sanitation requirements, sterilization products include autoclaves/sterilizers and ultrasonic cleaners, autoclave tape, and sterilization packaging.

Sterilization consists of cleaning, rinsing, drying, and wrapping. The most commonly used dental sterilizers (autoclaves) use steam (up to 270° F) in 6- to 30-minute cycles. Chemical and dry heat sterilizers eliminate moisture from the process, and ultrasonic cleaners employ cavitation action to create a cleaning turbulence that disrupts/removes debris.

Autoclave tapes/sterilization indicators are used with autoclave, dry heat and chemical sterilizers to seal autoclave bags, tubing, pouches, and CSR wraps, and indicate when sterile conditions have been achieved.

Sterilization packaging—an FDA-regulated medical device—maintains instrument sterility during storage and transport to chairside, and is used with chemical and biological monitors. Designed with built-in internal and external indicators that ensure sterilization temperatures in the autoclave chamber and instrument compartment, sterilization pouches eliminate the need for internal indicator strips. Instrument cassettes, made of stainless steel, aluminum or resin, withstand steam, chemical and dry heat sterilization, and ultrasonic cleaning. Cassettes reduce direct handling of contaminated instruments and keep instruments together throughout the sterilization process. Sterilization wrap provides a barrier against air and waterborne bacteria, and maximizes penetration by conforming easily around various cassette shapes and sizes.
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Indigreen Innovations introduces QUIKcaps barriers. Available in both standard and large sizes, QUIKcaps are versatile plastic ...
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Crosstex leads the way with safer infection control products. Because latex may challenge workers or patients, Crosstex's Steam Process...
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Pelton & Crane introduces the Delta Q Sterilizer. The Delta Q offers an unparalleled quality of sterilization and is the highest...
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SafeTBarriers are disposable covers that are ideal for keeping routinely touched operatory equipment free of harmful bacteria caused by...
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Crafted in our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, Medicom SafeSeal® Quattro pouches are mechanically sealed using TruePress™...
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Fast Forward The STATIM G4 Autoclave by SciCanSTATIM G4 delivers the same fast, efficient results, while adding a new online portal to...
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G 7881 Dental Washer Disinfector Miele The G 7881 was systematically designed to combine separate steps so staff can spend more time with...
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STEAMPlus Class 5 Integrators provide a simple, accurate method of assuring that proper conditions for sterilization have been met during...
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SciCan's innovative HYDRIM C61w G4 instrument washer automatically washes, rinses, and dries dental instruments at the touch of a single...
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The Statim Cassette Autoclave is a compact table-top unit is designed for the efficient, economical, and rapid steam sterilization of...
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CPAC Equipment received FDA clearance for the SteriSURE Model 2100 and 3100 dry heat sterilizers. The sterilizers are the first in its...
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With over 80 years of experience, Tuttnauer is among the best providers of sterilization and infection control products. The EZ Series of...

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