Class B Dental Used Steam Sterilizers
Thank you for choosing the our steam sterilizers.
Prior to operating this instrument, please read the operations
manual carefully and follow all installation instructions.
If E88 appears on the screen when power on or appears on the
report, please call your dealer or local service maintenance. Your
steam sterilizer need a regular maintenance.
The sterilizer described in this manual is intended for the
sterilization for medical, dental, beauty, Vet and Tattoo fields.
It operates automatically with 134°C and 121°C sterilization
temperatures. This sterilizer is in compliance with the European
Directive 93/42/CEE and it has been produced in accordance with the
2. Technical specifications
|Chamber||Φ 230mm x 360mm|
|Rated Voltage||AC 220-240V 50Hz (110-130V 60Hz)|
|Circuit breaker||F16A/400V (F20A/400V for 120V)|
|Capacity of the distilled water tank||Approx 2.5 L (Water at level Max)|
|Approx 0.5 L (Water at level Min)|
|Noise level||<70 dB|
|Relative Humidity||Max 80%, non condensing|
|Atmospheric pressure||76 k/Pa - 106 k/Pa|
3. Packing content
|3||Instrument tray rack||1|
|4||Instrument tray handle||1|
|5||Door adjustment tool||1|
- Ensure that the sterilizer is installed with 10cm ventilation space
on all sides of the sterilizer, and 20cm on top side. The clearance
required to open the door is 40cm.
- The sterilizer should be placed on a level worktable.
- Do not cover or block the door, ventilation or radiation openings
on the sterilizer.
- Do not install the sterilizer near a sink or in a location where it
is likely to be splashed.
- Do not install the sterilizer nearby a heat source.
5.1.1 Open the door and remove all of the inner contents for
5.1.2 Connect the power cord to an outlet of the appropriate
5.1.3 Power on
The switch is located underneath the control panel on the front
side of the machine.
After switching on, the machine turns on the LCD and shows the door
water level, working program, date, time and etc.
|Daily||Clean the door seal|
|Clean the external surface|
|Weekly||Clean the distilled water tank|
|Clean the sterilization chamber|
|Every month(depending on the use)||Clean the filter inside the chamber and tank|
|Every 3/6 Months (depending on the use)||Replace the bacteriological filter|
|Every year||Replace the door seal|
7.1 Clean the distilled water tank every week with isopropyl
alcohol or a medical disinfectant.
7.2 Clean the chamber weekly.
7.2.1 Remove all trays and the tray rack from the chamber.
7.2.2 Clean the chamber with a smooth cloth saturated with
7.2.3 Apply the same procedure for the trays and rack.
7.3 Replacement of the bacteriological filter.
7.3.1 The bacteriological filter is in the back of the sterilizer.
7.3.2 Unscrew the filter by hand anti-clockwise.
7.3.3 Place the new bacteriological filter.
7.3.4 Screw the new filter by hand clockwise.
7.4 Clean the door seal.
Clean the door seal weekly, with a smooth cloth saturated with the