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Sterilization and Infection Control

Our factory trained technicians are well equiped to maintain and repair your current large or table top sterilizer/autoclave. 


Our field techs vehicles are stocked to perform most repairs onsite. We strive to repair most issues same day. 

 

We service most common brands from Tuttnauer, Pelton & Crane, Midmark, Harvey, etc

Infection control is very critical even in a smaller machine. 

We have the knowledge to troubleshoot your tabletop unit for any failures you may be experiencing i.e ; heat loss, steam loss, high temp, low temp issues. 

We recommend regular maintenance of the equipment to maximize the full life expectancy from them. Even tabletop can last 10-15 years with proper maintenance service.

 

RedBear Tech Services is here to make things much easier for you. We will automatically schedule all the preventative  work and you need not worry about them.

 

Tabletop Autoclaves

 

Basic Autoclave Maintenance

Water Cycle

  • It is recommended that about 15 to 20 cycles the distilled water be replaced.

  • In the case of large autoclaves purging the steam generator is ideal.

  • Doing so  will minimize premature components failure.

  • Also a build up of minerals and slim.

Chemical Clean

  • Use an approved chemical solution to clean both the chambers and reservoir of the autoclaves. 

  • It is critical to follow the chemical solution cleaning protocol carefully. 

  • Wipe down the entire unit down when chemical cleaning is done. 

Power

  • Powering the unit down when is it not going to be used for a long time is ideal.

  • Units with pre-heat feature and powered on first thing in the AM to assist in the heat up phase.

Seals

  • Always inspect the condition of the door seal prior to autoclaving for  chips, cuts, cracks and rips.

  • Wipe down door seals and any other seals with mild soap and water

  • Replace worn seals before using machine.