Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Tank Size:||500*300*150mm||Unit Size:||585*330*280mm|
|Ultrasonic Power:||480W||Timer:||0-30 Minutes Adjustable|
|G.W:||14KG||Power Supply:||AC 110V ; AC 220V|
Mechanical Knob Ultrasonic Cleaner Ultrasonic Surgical Instrument Cleaning Bath
JP-080 product specification:
|Material of tank||SUS304|
|Material of shell||SUS304|
|Power supply type 1||AC 100~120V, 50/60Hz|
|Power supply type 2||AC 220~240V, 50/60Hz|
|Tank inner dimension||500*300*150mm|
|Inner Packing size||635*410*335mm|
|Certificate||ISO9001:2008 & CE & RoHS|
Medical and surgical instruments in a variety of sizes and complexity can pose challenges when it comes to cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing them after use. An ultrasonic cleaner is an ideal tool for the first step in this three step process to protect medical personnel and patients from possible infection due to pathogens that remain on the instruments after a procedure.
Suggested Ultrasonic Cleaning Procedure
In all cases manufacturers’ instructions should be followed when using an ultrasonic cleaning process. These are representative steps.
Fill the ultrasonic cleaning tank with an approved medical instrument cleaning solution such as CLN-LR012 available from Tovatech following dilution instructions provided. Turn the cleaner on to start the degassing process. This step removes entrained air in new solutions that interferes with the efficiency of cavitation and takes approximately 10 minutes.
In the meantime:
At the end of the cycle, remove the instruments from the ultrasonic cleaning bath and thoroughly rinse them to remove all traces of the cleaning solution. Deionized water rinses will avoid spotting. If the instruments are not to be immediately disinfected and sterilized be certain that they are thoroughly dried and protected. Part reassembly can occur after sterilization.
Procedures should be in place to guide the replacement of used ultrasonic cleaning solutions. In some instances it is recommended that solution be drained and tanks thoroughly cleaned and dried after each ultrasonic cleaning cycle. Most solutions available today are biodegradable, which facilitates disposal but local authorities should be consulted on proper practices.
The ultrasonic cleaner uses ultrasonic waves (vibration) using water with detergents or enzymatic products to break up soil and organic material on medical instruments/devices. These devices are rinsed then autoclaved (sterilized). The autoclave sterilizer uses heat, steam, and pressure to kill all pathogenic microorganisms and their spores.
1 x Digital Ultrasonic Cleaner
1 x Cleaning Basket
1 x Manual
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