The multivalve should be turned clockwise from “0” to “FILL WATER” when the chamber door is open. Once the pressure gauge reaches zero, open the chamber door and use the drain valve and drain hose to drain the water out of the water reservoir into a pail. Allow the chamber to rain for a short period of time if the autoclave is turned off.
How do you clean a Statim sterilizer?
The inside of the cassette should be washed with a detergent that does not contain chlorine. It’s a good idea to check the water filters every week. If the filter becomes blocked, you should replace it. Do not use this product if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition that could be affected by the chemicals used.
How often should the Statim cassette be cleaned?
Change the cassette seal every 800 to 1000 cycles, or once per year to prevent costly repairs. The air compressor filter needs to be changed every 6 months. Water filters need to be cleaned every 2 years by a professional.
How do you drain a Statim 2000 g4?
A hand pump is sufficient if your Statim does not have a drain tube. The cap should be fastened securely when the reservoir is filled or emptied. The best method is to soak it in a bucket of water for a few minutes, then rinse it under running water.
This will remove any dirt and grime that may have built up over the years. It is also a good idea to use a damp cloth to wipe down the inside of the tank, as well as the outside.
What can I use to clean my autoclave?
A specialized cleaning solution like C3 Sterilizer Chamber Cleaner. Osmosis water, deionized water, and bottled water are examples of non-chlorinated/purified water.
What does cycle fault 16 mean on a Statim 2000?
Fault 16 being displayed on your Statim indicates the steam generator (boiler) temperature went above 171°C during the heat up phase of a cycle. Not enough water entering the boiler from the hot water tank is the most common cause of this fault. HWT is not filled with water at the start of the cycle, the water level in the tank will be too low to allow steam to flow through the turbine blades.
This will cause the blades to spin at a lower speed than they should be. If this is the case, you will need to increase the amount of water that is added to the boilers during each cycle in order to maintain the correct temperature. You can do this by adding more water to each boiler, or by increasing the size of each tank.
For example, if you have a boiler with a capacity of 10,000 liters, and you want to add a tank of 1,500 litters to it, then you would need a total of 5,250 litter tanks to be added. To calculate how much water you need, divide the total capacity by the number of tanks you are adding.
What does cycle fault 3 mean in a Statim?
Failure to achieve adequate pressure and temperature are indicated by the cycle fault 3. It is necessary to replace as necessary. It is possible that the leak is at the safety valve or valve cover.
Leaks may occur at the safety valves, valve covers, or at any other part of the bike that may be affected by a leak. If the leak is located in the frame or fork, replace the entire frame and/or fork with a new one. Replacement parts are available at most bike shops.
See your local bike shop for more information.
What type of sterilizer is a Statim 2000?
STATIM 2000 is a reliable cassette sterilizer that’s compact enough to fit in procedure areas and fast enough to sterilize jewelry, expensive Lasik, PRK, endoscopic and cataract instruments, including phaco handpieces, between procedures – it can complete an entire laparoscopic procedure in less than 30 minutes.
Statim 2000 can be sterilized in a variety of ways. It’s easy to use, and it sterilizes in as little as 30 seconds. The sterilization process is quick, easy and safe.
How long does a statim take to sterilize?
The fastest steriliser on the market is the STATIM S-cycle cassette. Statim will allow you to sterilize your handpieces in 8 minutes, which will save you time and reduce the risk ofcontamination. Sterilising your instruments is an important part of your surgical practice. It is important to ensure that your instrument is sterilised in a way that minimises the possibility of cross-contamination.