Steam Sterilizer

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MİXTA MBS Series Steam Sterilizers are able to sterilize all materials that are heat and moisture resistant, packaged and unpatterned, which can be sterilized by pressurized saturated steam. Autoclaves are also known as steam sterilizers and are typically used for healthcare or industrial applications. An autoclave is a machine that uses steam under pressure to kill harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores on items that are placed inside a pressure vessel. The items are heated to an appropriate sterilization temperature for a given amount of time. The moisture in the steam efficiently transfers heat to the items to destroy the protein structure of the bacteria and spores. Performed by supplying dry, saturated steam under pressure, moist heat sterilization (or autoclaving) is used in hospitals to sterilize the surfaces of various utensils, such as hollow stems or wrapped goods. The heat from the steam condensation wraps the items in the sterilizer, simply eliminating the microorganisms. Irreversibly damaging the cells via coagulation is the result. Objects sterilized using moist heat need to be non-heat-sensitive items, for example, reusable medical equipment, dental instruments, simple surgical instruments, textiles, or surgical equipment with cavities. Moist heat sterilization takes at least three minutes at 134 °C and a pressure of 3 BAR, or at least 15 minutes at 121 °C and a pressure of 2 BAR. General Features Materials : Sterilization chamber, jacket, jenaratorAISI 316 L chamber 6mm. Jacket and generator Min. 3mm. Doors: AISI 304 L or 316L 10 mm. Inner surface chamber cleaning against collusion danger; Glass shared sandblasting or electropolish method. Outer covering: AISI 304 or 316 L Gasket channel monoblock groove and cover hinge-pin bracket, minimum thickness 50 mm AISI 304 or 316L stainless steel.