Benefits of Gas Autoclave for Sterilization of Dental Instruments

The gas autoclave is a machine used for the sterilization of dental instruments. This type of autoclave has a number of advantages over conventional ones. First of all, it is more energy efficient, this is because heat is produced faster. Thus, it takes less time to heat water and thus saves energy. Second, it is safer because the steam produced is drier, which reduces the risk of burns. Third, it is easy to use and is because it does not require an external heat source, such as a stove, to operate.

And Kalstein has the best efficient and safe machine. It is used to sterilize a large number of dental instruments in a short time thanks to its built-in quick and independent steam generator that ensures fast sterilization cycles. The vacuum drying system after sterilization.

Procedures for using the Gas Autoclave

In order to use the gas autoclave, you must first place the water in the tank, then place the dental instruments in the sterilization basket. The lid is then closed and the appliance is turned on. The water heats up to 121 degrees Celsius. At this point, steam is produced and the sterilization cycle begins. This cycle lasts approximately 15 minutes. At the end of the cycle, the computer will turn off automatically. The water should be allowed to cool a little before opening the lid, and dental instruments are removed from the basket and placed in a tray to cool.

According to this, it is a very efficient machine for the sterilization of dental instruments. It has several advantages over conventional autoclaves, since it is more energy efficient, safer and easier to use.

Sterilization is done by using a gas called ethylene. This gas is produced by burning a mixture of air and ethanol. This novel tool is very effective in killing bacteria and is widely used in the field of dentistry. It is composed of a metal cylinder into which the gas is introduced, connected to a vacuum pump that is used to extract the air from the cylinder. The gas is then injected into the cylinder and a flame is lit inside the cylinder.

Tips for using the Autoclave correctly

A gas autoclave is a machine used to sterilize medical and laboratory equipment. It can also be used to sterilize clothing and materials to be used in the laboratory. It is found in most microbiology laboratories and some hospitals.

However, there are some risks associated with its use, the main risk is that it can cause burns if not used properly. To avoid burns, follow these tips:

  • Wear protective gloves to protect your hands.
  • Do not touch the cylinder while it is operating.
  • Do not open the cylinder while it is operating.
  • Do not stay in the same room with the computer running.
  • If you have to stay in the same room with the gas autoclave, wear protective clothing and cover your mouth and nose with a cloth.
  • Do not use the gas autoclave if damaged.
  • Keep your equipment clean and free of obstructions.

By following these guidelines, you can minimize the risk of burns. In general, it is a safe and easy to use machine. However, there are some risks associated with its use. To minimize the risk of burns, follow the guidelines described above.

Autoclave to Gas brand Kalstein

We at Kalstein invite you to know our wide range of excellent quality equipment, fully trained for the entire commercial and hospital sector. And on this occasion, we offer you the Gas Autoclave, belonging to the YR series, which has a double security protection system, prevents the cycle from starting if the door is not properly locked and prevents the door from opening if the pressure inside the chamber is not equal to the atmospheric pressure outside the chamber. In addition, it has LCD screen showing time, temperature and pressure, process alert and instrument. Its interface is friendly and has a multilingual menu from different languages, such as Chinese, English, Spanish, German, Lithuanian, Polish, French, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Dutch, Latvian, Italian, Portuguese and Russian. If you want to know more about our catalog HERE