history of sterilization equipmentSteam sterilization is a popular choice for a reason. It is a dependable, non-toxic, and affordable solution that will meet your sterilization needs. However, according to the CDC, steam sterilization can have deleterious effects on some materials. In our article “Why You Need to Contact a Sterilizer Equipment Expert“, we proved to you that we are the premier sterilizer equipment experts. In this article, we will answer the question, “Should I use a steam sterilizer?” (more…)

Attention all laboratory managers:If you ever purchased the original Market Forge manual STME or STME-L sterilizer, I am willing to bet that you will agree to the fact that they (the Market Forge STME & STME-L sterilizers) hardly ever have any issue with failures.  I started my career as a sterilizer repair man back in 1974, and I am making a statement here … those falks at Market Forge know ho to build a sterilizer, they know how to QC it, and nothing goes out the door before it passes many inspections.  Extremely reliable.For the last several years, Market Forge started to develop the digital version of the STME and STME L sterilizer.  However, only now they feel comfortable to announce that it will be ready to be shipped early part of 2014 (January most likely).
So if you want to order one, we accept orders right now.  Just let me know.  Click for details:  Market Forge Digital Sterilizer
Here are some additional bullet points:

  • Electronic controls and LCD display
  • Digital data printer and recorder
  • Programable cycles and parameters
  • Programable exhaust either fast or slow

Thank you,
Shlomo
516-283-5535

 

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A door of an autoclave recently (October 31st 2013) blew off the hinges, and killed a woman who wasn’t too far from the autoclave. This accident didn’t happen in a dental, medical, veterinary setting, but it could easily happen.  Please make sure you maintain your autoclave regularly. I will post later all of the sterilizer manufacturers recommendations as to how often the sterilizer each one of their sterilizer needs to be checked.

Click here Autoclave blew off the hinges to view the report in WBS-TV Atlanta Ch 2

Thank you,
Shlomo

Thumb-ChuckIf you work in the medical, dental, veterinary, or podiatry field, there’s a good chance that you need a sterilizer. We know that not just any sterilizer will do, so contact a sterilizer equipment expert to get free information about autoclaves and sterilizers.

At Sterilizers.com, we have the facts you need to know about the best sterilization manufacturers and equipment. We’re your sterilizer equipment experts, and we’re ready to prove it to you. (more…)

If you determine that it is important for you to make sure that your Market Forge STME or STME-L sterilizer is working properly in your laboratory, then you have three (3) options:

1.  Temperature Recorder:
This pressure sensitive recorder is specifically
made for use with the Market Forge Sterilmatic
Sterilizer (autoclave). Its use is for monitoring
and recording the sterilizers operating temperature
throughout its sterilizing cycles. One recording
chart can be used for a full 24 hour period.

2.  Thermometer:
This is a regular thermometer that can withstand the heat as high as 500f.  You place it inside the chamber, run your cycle, and when it is done, you can see the highest temperature that the chamber achieved.  Very reliable, and excellent as a proof that your temperature gauge shows the right temperature.
3.  Spore testing:
a.  Bowie-Dick test card to monitor pre-vacuum steam sterilizer to detect air leaks or inadequate steam penetration.
b.  Spore testing to be done away form your location
c.  Do it yourself kit

Thank you,
Shlomo

Description
The exhaust condenser is used for condensing exhausted steam from the sterilizer when unit cannot be vented to the outside.

Benefits
With the sterilizer exhaust condenser kit you can use your sterilizer anywhere without having to worry about direct venting access.

Thank you,
Shlomo

 

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If the answer is yes, be aware.
Be aware of the fact that the majority of the autoclaves that you will find have been around for a while, and most likely, the chamber might cracked.

It takes time for these chambers to develop a crack.  But when they do, the process from the time it begins to loose pressure until the time you are ready to throw the towel from frustration can be months or even a year or two, but the chamber eventually will need to be replaced.

If you would like to know more what needs to be done to avoid any issue now, and not to spend lots of money, call me for free consultation.  Or better yet, fill out this form, and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you,
Shlomo

If your sterilizer is broken, or doesn’t heat up, or pressure is building up way above the 28psi, or the sterilizer won’t pass a spore test, and … you need help … we can help you.  You may click on Local Sterilizer Repairs Near You.

A word of advise.  When you eMail or call, please be ready with answers to the following questions:

1.    What’s the manufacturer name, model #, and serial # of your sterilizer?
2.    110v? or 220v?
3.    Whom did you buy this sterilizer from?
4.    Did you buy it used or new?
5.    How long ago did you buy it?
6.    Was it ever repaired before?
7.    If it was repaired before, what was done to it?
8.    When was the last time it was repaired?
9.    What’s the address of where you are located?
10.  Your phone #
11.   Are you a dentist? or a medical doctor?
12.  Is this the only sterilizer you have? or you have another one as a back up.
Thank you,
Shlomo
516-283-5535

We recently became Heidoph USA approved wholesale vendor.  Please call Shlomo Savyon directly  1-800-762-1586 ext 215 for help.

Here is the link of the Tuttnauer Heidolph Vertical Laboratory sterilizer web site.

Thank you,

Shlomo
1-800-762-1586
Ext 215

I have been reading some very interesting articles in Pharmaceutical Technology regarding new sterilizers.

They all deal with a similar subject of sterilization methods and validation.

While in most cases the traditional methods of steam or dry heat sterilization work well, there are circumstances where these or even EO sterilization fails to meet the requirements.

Materials may be degraded or they are too sensitive to be exposed to moisture.

With this thought in mind there seems to be a few new methods on the horizon for solving the current issues.

These include but are not limited to:

  • Vapor-phase hydrogen peroxide
  • Nitrogen dioxide gas
  • Chlorine dioxide gas
  • Carbon dioxide

All four are explained in detail in the article i have attached for reference.

What is important is that we continue to search for new methods to sterilize safely and effectively and have a method to prove the process.

*Reference Source: Emerging Sterilization and Disinfection Technologies Offer Alternative Solutions

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