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Autoclaves & Sterilizers

(2531 products)

Made in India

Rectangular Horizontal Autoclave

Price: 685000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

14 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

PATEL SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD.

Ahmedabad

Indian Inquiries Only

Made in India

6 Litres Cold Box

Price: 616 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

12 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

KP INDUSTRIES

Vadodara

Indian Inquiries Only

Industrial Autoclave With Quick Opening Doors

MOQ - 1 Set/Sets

22 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

DIPESH ENGINEERING WORKS

Mumbai

Made in India

Horizontal Autoclave

13 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

BIOLINE TECHNOLOGIES

Thane

Made in India

Hospital Eto Sterilizer Chamber Size: 50 To 220 Liter

Price: 350000.00 - 1168000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Set/Sets

Usage - Hospital, Healthcare & Pharma

Material - Stainless Steel

Type - Gas Sterilization Equipments

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SUN STERIFAAB PVT. LTD.

Ahmedabad

Made in India

Stainless Steel Autoclaves Sterilizing Temperature: 121-134 Degree Celsius Celsius (Oc)

Price: 200000.00 - 3000000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 unit Unit/Units

Material - Stainless Steel

Sterilizing Temperature - 121-134 Degree Celsius Celsius (oC)

Temperature Scope - 121-134 Degree Celsius Celsius (oC)

9 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

STERI - TECHNO FAB

Ahmedabad

Made in India

Industrial Eto Sterilizer Chamber Size: 450L

Price: 1800000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Material - SS

Voltage - 220 Volt (v)

Application - Hospital

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

STERI HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS

Mumbai

Made in India

High Pressure Autoclaves

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

BOMBAY PHARMA EQUIPMENTS PVT. LTD

Mumbai

Made in India

Sterilizers

7 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

BECTA LABORATORIES

Surat

Made in India

Vertical Autoclave Application: Laboratory

Price: 2,50,000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Color - Silver

Material - Stainless Steel

Application - Laboratory

9 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

SHAKTI SCIENTIFIC CO.

Vadodara

Indian Inquiries Only

Silver Hmg Ce Slfa Series Single Lever Autoclave

Price: 100000.00 - 700000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Usage - Industrial

Material - Stainless Steel

Color - Silver

12 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

HMG (INDIA)

Palghar

Made in India

Chrome Automatic High Pressure Horizontal Steam Sterilizer

Application - Healthcare facility, Laboratory etc.

Material - Stainless Steel

Product Type - Autoclave

14 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

EIE INSTRUMENTS PRIVATE LIMITED

Ahmedabad

Made in India

Silver Ss Vertical Autoclave

Price: 60000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Product Type - SS Vertical Autoclave

Usage - Industrial

Color - Silver

3 Years

Business Type: Supplier | Exporter

ADRIJA SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT COMPANY

Kolkata

Made in India

Zephyrus Ultraviolet 225 Air Sterilizer Application: Industrial

Price: 330000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Operate Method - Semi-automatic

Color - Blue

Power - 225 Watt (w)

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

FINSEN RITTER TECHNOLOGIES PRIVATE LIMITED

Indore

Made in India

Laboratory Vertical Autoclave

Price: 20000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

15 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

META-LAB SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRIES

Mumbai

Eo Sterilizer

Price: 0.10 - 0.30 USD ($) (Approx.)

MOQ - 500000 Piece/Pieces

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

HANGZHOU RICHES IMPORT AND EXPORT CO. LTD.

Hangzhou

Made in India

Electric Laboratory Hot Air Oven 220 V 50 Hz, Single Phase, Weight 38 Kg

Price: 40000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Voltage - 220 Volt (v)

Weight - 38 Kilograms (kg)

Color - Blue,Grey

3 Years

Response Rate: 82.14%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

TECHPLAST TESTING MACHINES

Ahmedabad

Vertical Autoclave Application: Industrial

Price: 1 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Voltage - 220-240 Volt (v)

Material - SS

Application - Industrial

6 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

YESHA LAB EQUIPMENTS

Ahmedabad

Indian Inquiries Only

Made in India

Dewaxing Autoclave

Price: 3000000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

13 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

UTECH PROJECTS PVT. LTD.

Mumbai

Manual Bottle Sterilizer

Price: 500000.00 - 200000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Type - Steriliser

Material - Stainless Steel

Computerized - No

9 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SS ENGINEERS AND CONSULTANTS PRIVATE LIMITED

Rajahmundry

Steam Sterilizer

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

RIECO INDUSTRIES LTD.

Pune

High Grade Bacteriological Incubators

MOQ - 2 Number

6 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

KRISHNA MEDITECH

Ambala Cantt

Walk In Incubator

Price: 95000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Chamber Thickness - 1 Millimeter (mm)

16 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

STANDARD STEEL

Ambala Cantt

Made in India

Silver Fully Automatic Vertical Autoclave

Price: 65000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Color - Silver

Product Type - Fully Automatic Vertical Autoclave

Material - Metal

3 Years

Response Rate: 92.86%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

ABC INC

Pune

Made in India

Vertical Portable Autoclave 22 ltr 12x12

Price: 20000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

ARTI SURGICALS

Vasai

Transformer Drying Autoclave

MOQ - 10 , Piece/Pieces

6 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

YANTRIK ENGINEERS

Pune

Made in India

ETO Sterilize

Price: 200000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

6 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

VITAL FORCE ENGINEERING

Ahmedabad

Autoclaves & Sterilizers Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Dipesh Engineering WorksMumbai, India22 Years
Standard SteelAmbala Cantt, India16 Years
Meta-Lab Scientific IndustriesMumbai, India15 Years
Patel Scientific Instruments Pvt. Ltd.Ahmedabad, India14 Years
Eie Instruments Private LimitedAhmedabad, India14 Years
Bioline TechnologiesThane, India13 Years
Utech Projects Pvt. Ltd.Mumbai, India13 Years
Southern Scientific Lab Instruments Private LimitedChennai, India13 Years
Kp IndustriesVadodara, India12 Years
Hmg (India)Palghar, India12 Years

What Are Autoclaves & Sterilizers
 

Introduction
 

The words steam sterilizer and autoclave are equivalent and can be used indiscriminately. That stated, an autoclave is generally employed in lab conditions, while a sterilizer is more typically used in hospital or pharmaceutical environments.

Autoclaves are also referred to as steam sterilizers and thus are primarily utilized for healthcare or commercial processes. An autoclave is a device that employs steam under pressure to destroy spores, viruses, fungus, and hazardous bacteria on goods that are deposited from the inside of a pressure vessel. The goods are heated to an appropriate sterilizing temperature for a specific amount of time. The moisture in the steam efficiently heat moves to the goods to destroy the structure of a protein of the bacteria and spores.


Different Types of Autoclaves & Sterilizers
 

1. Vertical Autoclaves 

These autoclaves have a top lid that opens for loading. Particularly well suited for use in confined locations such as laboratories or minor clinics. This means their chamber is smaller as well. Some may have two chambers, each holding anywhere from 500 to 1500 liters. 

Manufacturers set the autoclave's capacity. Manufacturers provide large autoclaves with capacities ranging from 510 to 1580 liters. It can be utilized in clinical and research settings as well as healthcare facilities.

2. Horizontal Autoclaves 

Larger capacity front-loading steam sterilizers. This one is great for relieving stress on medical professionals when space is not a concern and a high volume of loads needs to be treated each day.

3. Gravity Displacement Autoclaves 

Autoclaves that use high-pressure steam to push the air out of the chamber are very frequent. While they can't handle as much as pre vacuum autoclaves can, they're still sufficient for handling simple loads like flat medical instruments and certain biohazard waste.

The autoclave's steam displacement function is sufficient for sterilization because most media or items to be sterilized have a straightforward design that doesn't include spaces or impediments for steam to enter.

Given these considerations, gravity autoclaves have established themselves as the market standard and are the autoclave of choice for the vast majority of applications. 

4. Pre-Vacuum Autoclaves (PREVAC)

Gravity autoclaving sometimes called gravity displacement autoclaving, is the simplest form of autoclaving and is sufficient for sterilizing the media most commonly used in labs. Steel cutlery, glassware, and potentially infectious garbage fall under this category. 

During a gravity-induced autoclaving process, steam is pumped into the autoclave chamber. This causes the surrounding air to be pushed out through the exhaust valves, leaving just the sterilizing steam within to do its job. 

This method helps displace ambient air with steam, and it does so in a straightforward fashion that doesn't rely on any ancillary mechanisms. Increasing the availability and affordability of autoclaves of this type. 

5. Vacuum Autoclaves 

Where air cannot be readily removed from sterilization media, vacuum autoclaving—also referred to as pre-vacuum autoclaving or sterilizing—is the preferred method of sterilization. 

Sterilization of large or porous materials like animal cages and bedding, as well as packaged medical supplies, may fall into this category. When the surrounding air is removed from the autoclave, the high-temperature steam can reach and disinfect places that would typically be filled by ambient air, resulting in a more thorough treatment of the contents. 

This is especially useful for sterilizing items with difficult-to-reach interior spaces.

6. S Class Autoclaves 

Another form of gravity displacement Autoclaves & Sterilizers, this one employs a wall of thick steam; however, by repeating this procedure three times, all of the air is extracted from the chamber, allowing it to treat bagged instruments and porous loads. Class B autoclaves are still faster and more flexible.

7. Class N Autoclaves 

It's best to think of these as basic autoclaves, in which only a fraction of the air in the chamber is evacuated via gravity. It is created to handle lighter loads such as flat medical instruments.

8. Large Steam Sterilizers 

Typically, the volume of these autoclaves is between 110 and 880 liters. If I am perfect for major medical facilities such as hospitals that use a lot of medical equipment and generate a lot of waste every day.

9. Medium –Sized Steam Sterilizers 

These autoclaves typically have a volume capacity between 75 and 200 liters. Perfect for use in dental offices, other medical clinics, biotech labs, and hospital operating rooms.

10. Benchtop Steam Sterilizers 

The average size for an autoclave of this sort is 25 liters. These small steam sterilizers are ideal for clinics and hospitals that don't have a lot of room and don't need to disinfect as many instruments daily.


Applications of Autoclaves & Sterilizers
 

a. Many fields, including microbiology, veterinary science, mycology, etc., make extensive use of autoclaves.

b. Glassware, equipment, tools, surgical implements, needles, seizures, heat-resistant gloves, containers, and closures are just some of the things that can be sterilized with this method.

c. When it comes to sterilizing biological media, the autoclave is the gold standard.

d. Several pharmacopeial sources advise using autoclaves to sanitize injectable drugs.

e. Pre-disposal treatment and sterilization of waste materials emitted from pathogenic areas, such as hospital waste, is a rising use for autoclaves.

The autoclave chamber can be used to sanitize instruments in medical or laboratory fields by heating them to temperatures over the boiling point. Tabletop autoclaves, about the size of a microwave oven, are standard in most medical facilities. Large horizontal autoclaves are commonly used in hospitals. 

Sterilization machines can process a large number of surgical instruments in a single sterilization cycle, allowing them to keep up with the constant need for clean equipment in operating rooms and emergency wards, where they are typically housed.


Components of Autoclaves & Sterilizers
 

1. Vessel

The autoclave's interior chamber and protective outer jacket make up the vessel. The "jacketed" chamber design used in the laboratory and hospital autoclaves allows for faster sterilization cycles and less condensation buildup inside the chamber.

2. Control System 

Like the interfaces on a microwave or oven, modern autoclaves feature a controller. However, autoclaves typically have control systems that are more complex than those of typical home appliances. 

The software formula for a sterilization cycle determines the order in which valves and other components are opened and closed.

3. Thermostatic Trap

An autoclave's thermostatic trap or steam trap is a device that lets air and water (condensate) escape from the chamber. Many different kinds of traps may be used in a steam delivery system or steam autoclave, but they all serve the same general purpose of keeping dry steam from escaping.

4. Safety Valve

Since autoclaves run at high pressures (14-45 psi gauge), they must be built with extreme sturdiness and outfitted with various safety elements to safeguard the well-being of their users at all times. 

When all other electrical controls on a pressure vessel fail, the safety valve is the last line of defense. Following the guidelines provided by the sterilizer and/or valve manufacturer and local inspection and insurance agencies, the safety valve must be inspected, tested, and verified to be in proper working order.

5. Waste-Water Cooling Mechanism 

Effluent (air, steam, and condensate) from many autoclaves is cooled before it is drained. Effluent with a temperature of more than 140 degrees Fahrenheit is often prohibited from draining into the sewer system. Steam must be cooled before it can be poured down the drain to protect the building's drainage pipes.

The most straightforward approach to cooling this steam is to combine it with more cold tap water, however, due to the volume of water needed, an autoclave can be a significant contributor to a building's overall water use.

There are autoclaves available with features that drastically cut down on or remove the need for water altogether.

6. Vacuum System 

Assuming a vacuum system is present, replacing the air inside the autoclave chamber with steam is essential for successful sterilization. Porous materials like animal bedding or linen, as well as containers with small apertures like flasks or commodities in bags, have a tendency to retain air pockets after sterilization. The goods will not be sterile if they include any bacteria that survive in an air pocket during the cycle.

7. Steam Generator 

Most autoclaves get their steam supply from a central boiler in the home. An electric steam generator (or boiler) is required if one does not have access to or is unable to use domestic steam for the autoclave. Electric heating components are used in these boilers, which are normally located beneath the autoclave chamber.


FAQs: Autoclaves & Sterilizers
 

Q. How much does an autoclave cost?
Ans. Typically, the cost of an autoclave machine is Rs 10,000- Rs 2.5 lakhs in India. 

Q. What is the use of a sterilizer?
Ans. In order to avoid the spread of diseases that can be contracted through using an item, sterilization involves the complete elimination of all bacteria present on or in the fluid making up the item.

Q. Who invented the autoclave machine?
Ans. The famous French microbiologist Charles Chamberland invented the new version of the autoclave machine in 1679. 

Q. What are the main types of sterilizers?
Ans. Vacuum Sterilizers, large-sized sterilizers, Peracetic Acid Sterilizers, Gravity displacement autoclaves, and high-speed pre vacuum sterilizers are some common types of sterilizers. 


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