The Autoclave Temperature Gauge

"Is Your Autoclave Temperature Gauge Not Working?"
If It No Longer Works Like It Should
You Must Replace It Now!

Here's the thing. If your Autoclave Temperature Gauge is not functioning properly,
  • You have no way of knowing if sterilization is being completed.
  • You have lost an important problem indicator (troubleshooting) tool
When the indicator strips on your pouches change color, it simply means the temperature got hot enough once to change the color of the indicator. This means the bacteria has most likely been killed, but not the spores

It does not mean the contents are sterilized.

Steriliztion can only take place after a combination of Specific
  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Time
If any of these do not fall into the required ranges, Sterilization Has NOT Been Completed

If the Health Inspectors discover the gauge is not working, they will treat you as though you do not sterilize your instruments at all, and can
  • Levy A Fine Against You

  • Shut Your Practice Down
Repairing an Autoclave Temperature Gauge is not an option due to calibration issues and atmospheric pressures.

For your own safety and that of your staff, your clients & patients, replace the gauge when it is no longer functioning properly. Don't Wait Another Moment. Replace Your Autocclave Temperature Gauge Now

Replace Your Temperature Gauge Now

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 09 April, 2009.

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Indianapolis, IN

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