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How to Care for Your Autoclave or Steam Sterilizer

Caring for your autoclave is very important and can be easily overlooked. We often see this step neglected which can cause high and frequent repair costs. A lack of maintenance will also lead to deterioration and excessive wear of the contents being sterilized. Let's go over a few points to make caring for your autoclave or steam sterilizer easier for you.
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Duraline Systems’ Trade-In Program

At Duraline, we are often asked about our Cash4Clunkers trade-in program because it is so unique in the autoclave sterilizer industry. Cash4Clunkers means exactly that— Duraline will give cash for a used sterilizer towards the purchase of a new autoclave for sale or refurbished sterilizer.
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Instrument Cleaning Is Critical!

INSTRUMENT CLEANING IS MORE CRITICAL THAN STERILIZING! If the instrument is not cleaned thoroughly, it CANNOT be sterilized! Duraline Systems, Inc. offers the full package of instrument cleaning equipment - depending on your facilities needs.
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What Is an Ultrasonic Cleaner?

Ultrasonic cleaners use ultrasound (the same waves that produce ultrasound images) frequencies and a cleaning solvent to clean materials such as dental and lab equipment, jewelry and industrial products.
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Brand Spotlight: Tuttnauer

Tuttnauer is one of the most popular autoclave manufacturers across several different industries. For 90 years, the brand has maintained its position as a top supplier of infection control equipment and in particular, its popular autoclaves.
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Automatic vs. Manual Autoclaves

Now that you have read our “How Do Autoclaves Work” blog, you’re now probably wondering what the differences are between manual and automatic autoclaves. You will commonly see a table top version of both autoclave types. Tuttnauer autoclaves are popular manual and automatic table top autoclaves, but there are many other autoclave manufacturers as well.
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Autoclave Safety

Many different industries use autoclaves including doctors, dentists, laboratories, tattooists and veterinarians. While autoclaves keep us safe from infection, they can be dangerous if used incorrectly. This blog contains only general autoclave information, so before using your autoclave, it’s vital that you read the manufacturer’s manual because each used sterilizer has unique features.
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The Difference Between a Sterilizer and an Autoclave

While many say that sterilizers and autoclaves are synonymous, they are more like a tree—sterilizers are the trunk that autoclaves branch out from. A sterilizer is a general term for any equipment that can sterilize. Find out more in this article.
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