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New Tuttnauer EZ10 Fully Automatic Autoclave Steam Sterilizer with printer, EZ10P
WARRANTY: 24 months parts and labor
This tabletop autoclave is designed for the sterilization of wrapped and unwrapped instruments and related items found in dental, medical and veterinary clinics, first aid rooms, hospitals, laboratories, life sciences and more.
The Tuttnauer EZ10P is a fully
automatic tabletop autoclave
and will fill, sterilize, exhaust and dry at the touch of a button.
Closed door active drying system to maintain sterility and ensure efficient drying of packs and pouches.
High efficiency air pump circulates hot air after the sterilization cycle for fast drying.
Hepa filter 0.2 µm air filter (replaceable).
Pre-loaded cycles for: unwrapped instruments, wrapped/packs, glassware and additional drying cycle.
All program parameters can be customized and stored.
Automatic shut off at the end of both the sterilization and dry cycles.
Audible and visual cycle interruption alert.
Double safety locking device prevents door from opening while chamber is pressurized.
Low water sensor prevents activation of sterilization cycle when there is insufficient water in the chamber or reservoir.
Constant monitoring of temperature and pressure for sterilization.
Power outage recovery system.
Door design prevents steam from coming in contact with control panel.
Includes internal printer documents: date, time, temperature and pressure.
510k clearance for dental handpieces.
Drain valve is located on the front, allowing for quick and easy draining of water reservoir.
How It Works:
The Tuttnauer EZ10 autoclave is an electrically heated sterilizer using steam as the sterilizing agent. A computerized control unit ensuring a fully automatic sterilization cycle, control and monitoring of physical parameters and a clear documentation of the sterilization cycle controls the autoclave. The EZ10 has three automatic programs and one auxiliary drying program. The autoclave is equipped with an air compressor that, during the drying stage draws air through a HEPA filter (0.2µm). It pushes the air through the heated chamber to remove moisture and facilitate the drying operation. Drying is performed with the door closed. On all models, a water pump is installed between the water reservoir and the chamber. This pump guarantees fast and accurate filling of the chamber every time. Entry of water may be accompanied by a noise for approximately 30 seconds. This is normal noise generated by regular operation of the pump. The control system provides adequate protection, to ensure the safety of personnel and reliable operation with a minimum of shutdown time.
Standby Heating Mode
The autoclave provides an option of heating the chamber in standby mode between cycles, with a very low power, in order to reduce total cycle time (1.6% of the total power only). The autoclave turns off automatically if the interval between the sterilization cycles is more than 2 hours. This feature is standard on model EZ10K and optional on EZ9 and EZ10 models.
Closed Door Drying:
Maintains sterility and ensures efficient drying of packs and pouches
What's included with the purchase of a New Tuttnauer EZ10 Autoclave:
Tuttnauer EZ10 Autoclave with printer
4 Trays and one holder
1 Box of Chamberbrite Cleaner
2 Year Warranty Card
WARRANTY: 24 months parts and labor
Chamber Size: 10" x 19"
Volume: 6 gal (23 L)
Dimensions (L x W x H): 21.5" x 20" x 14.4"
Standard Cassette Capacity: 3 full & 3 half
Tray Size (L x W x H): 16.3" x 6.7" x 0.8"
Standard Unwrapped Cycle Time: Cold: 30 min. Hot: 14 min
Shipping Weight: 95 lbs.
Unwrapped Instruments & materials
Wrapped Instruments & porous load
Drying (continues the heat assisted drying process)
for extra drying
Remove water reservoir cover. Pour distilled water into the reservoir, through the opening on top of the autoclave, until it reaches the base of the safety valve holder, approximately 0.7 gallons (3 liters).
Plug the power cord into the back of the autoclave and into the wall outlet.
Turn on the rocker switch mounted on the bottom of the front panel.
If a printer is installed, set the clock with the proper date and time.
Press the required key to select the required program. The light indicator of the selected program is illuminated; indicating the program has been selected. The preset data of the program, sterilization temperature, time and dry time are displayed.
Load the material to be sterilized into the chamber according to instructions in sec. (Preparation Before Sterilization) and close the door making sure the ‘Close Door’ indicator is illuminated. NOTE: Due to the inherent elasticity of the door gasket, the CLOSE DOOR indicator light may be illuminated green before a complete seal is made between the door and the chamber. Therefore, in order to ensure that the door is fully sealed, when the green light has been illuminated continue to tighten the door bolt until “hand tight”. Do not overtighten the bolt as this may result in damage to the gasket. Should the autoclave fail to reach the sterilizing temperature/pressure, always check first that the door is fully sealed. If not, tighten the door bolt further, as described above, until completely sealed.
Press the START key to put the autoclave in operation. WATER INLET is displayed until the correct volume of water is automatically introduced. The autoclave starts performing the sequence of operations. The actual measured values of pressure and temperature are displayed continuously (and printed with optional printer). The indicator lights HEAT, STE, EXH and DRY are turned on and off as each stage is started and completed. NOTE: It is possible to change parameters, only when the autoclave is not in operation. In order to change the fixed preset parameters, proceed as follows: To increase or decrease the sterilization temperature, sterilization time or dry time, follow instructions from sec. 3.2.2. Pressing the UP/DN key, advances the setting upward or downward by one unit. The displays are updated with every change in the preset data.
During any program that has a drying stage scheduled, the dry stage begins after the steam exhaust stage. The autoclave is equipped with an air compressor that, during the drying stage, draws air through a HEPA filter (0.2µm), pushes that air through the heated chamber and out the air outlet valve to remove moisture and facilitate the drying operation. Drying is performed with the door closed. 36
At the end of the cycle a buzzer rings for approximately 5 seconds, the START light switches OFF. The air outlet valve is opened to prevent formation of a vacuum. In the event of a program failure, the exhaust valve is opened to release pressure from the chamber and a continuous buzz will sound for 5 seconds followed by an interrupted buzz of 7 seconds.
Open the door and unload the sterilized material from chamber.
The sterility of instruments processed in unwrapped cycles cannot be maintained if exposed to non-sterile environment.
Tuttnauer EZ10 Autoclave Brochure
Tuttnauer EZ10 Autoclave Operators Manual
Tuttnauer complies with the strictest international standards and directives:
PED 97/23 - MDD 93/42 - ASME - UL/EN 61010-1 - FDA - ISO 13485:2003 - ISO 9001:2000
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