|Port:||Ningbo, Shanghai or Other Ports in China|
|Payment Terms:||T/T,Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||2000 Unit/Units per Month We delivery tableware/dinnerware sonic baths within 15 days|
|Machine Type:||Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaner|
|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang China|
|Brand Name:||YONGFENG tableware/dinnerware sonic baths|
|Feature:||Critical Cleaning / Residue Free|
|Use:||Sterilizing / Disinfecting|
|Cleaning Process:||Acid Cleaning / Pickling|
|Cleaning Type:||Clean-In-Place (CIP)|
|Industry Used:||Electronic Industry|
|Material:||Metal / Coil|
|Function:||100l ultrasonic cleaner|
|Type:||Floor type with wheels|
|Tank Material:||Stainless steel including cover and drain|
|Transducer Frequency:||10 x 40 Khz|
|Power:||500 Watt Ultrasonic + Heating function|
|Heating Temperature:||Max 70°C|
|Power supply:||110 or 220V, 50/60 Hz|
|Product name:||tableware/dinnerware sonic baths|
|After-sales Service Provided:||No overseas service provided|
|Packaging Detail:||Package of tableware/dinnerware sonic baths:Standard Package or As Customer's Requirement Unit Dimensions (LXDXH): 430 x 340 x 430 mm Unit Weight: 13.5 Kgs Packing: 1 PC / Carton Carton Dimensions (LXDXH): 560 x 370 x 420 mm Gross Weight: 15.5 Kgs|
ultrasonic tableware/dinnerware cleaner , 30L, table ware cleaning, ultrasonic cleaner for restaurant & hotels
Tank volume: 15 L
Material: stainless steel including cover and drain
Number of Transducer/ Transducer Frequency: 10 x 40 Khz
Timer: 0-30 min
Power supply: 110 or 220V, 50/60 Hz
Power: 500 Watt Ultrasonic + Heating function
Heating Temperature: Max 70°C
Tank Dimensions (LXDXH): 353 x 327 x 150 mm
Unit Dimensions (LXDXH): 430 x 340 x 430 mm
Unit Weight: 13.5 Kgs
Packing: 1 PC / Carton
Carton Dimensions (LXDXH): 560 x 370 x 420 mm
Gross Weight: 15.5 Kgs
Accessory: Stainless steel basket
What is a tableware/dinnerware sonic baths?
A tableware/dinnerware sonic baths is a device that uses steam to sterilize equipment and other objects. This means that all bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores are destroyed. Autoclaves work by allowing steam to enter and maintaining extremely high pressure for at least 15 minutes. Because damp heat is used, heat-labile products (such as some plastics) cannot be sterilized or they will melt.
What autoclave should I use (class B, class S or Class N)?
What autoclave you should use is determined by the type of instruments that you sterilize. If you sterilize Hollow Load Type A & B instruments, you will need an autoclave capable of running a Type B Cycle. These autoclave are usually called Class B sterilizers. Typical users of Class B autoclaves include: Dentists Plastic surgeons Day surgeries Medical Surgeries Podiatrist Tattooist Body Pierces Veterinary application Cosmetic application (Including hair or nail salons etc…) If you only sterilize unwrapped Non Hollow instruments, you only need an autoclave capable of running Class N Cycles. These autoclaves are usually called Class N Sterilizers. Not many new sterilizes are Class N, although many older sterilizers are. When purchasing a new autoclave to run Class N, it is best to purchase a Class S sterilizers as these can easily process such instruments. Can a single sterilizer be used for multiple load types? Generally all autoclaves are capable of sterilizing all types of loads, but in order to get the most from your considerable investment it is worth investigating what options might be available to more efficiently process the different types of materials. A waste load can be processed far more effectively by using options such as vacuum and free steaming, but using these on a media load could lead to disaster. Some laboratories use a different autoclave for each load type to avoid cross contamination, but for smaller laboratories this can easily be overcome by having pre-set selectable programs for each load type. Once programmed and ‘locked off’ these cycles can also be qualified.
What is a class B autoclave?
Class B autoclave used for sterilizing all objects (solid instruments, porous objects and A and B hollow objects, both packaged and un-packaged); Class N autoclave used for sterilizing only un-packaged solid instruments; Class S autoclave used for sterilizing un-packaged solid instruments plus one other of the types indicated for cycle B (to be specified by the maker). Class B autoclaves are the autoclaves that can carry out cycle B and thus can sterilize any kind of object.
What is the difference between disinfection and sterilization?
Disinfection destroys all the micro-organisms present in a given environment apart from spores: an object that has been disinfected properly may still transmit a pathogenic micro-organism. Sterilization, on the other hand, is the complete elimination of all micro-organisms including spores.
What is EN 13060 standard?
This is the applicable European standard, relating to small steam sterilizers. In most cases (Dental, Medical, Tattoo, Piercing, Podiatry, Veterinary, laboratory) this standard applies at reprocessing of reusable medical and surgical instruments and equipment, and maintenance of the associated environment.