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Containers for sterilization


Containers for Sterilization – Wagner SteriSet

Product characteristics:

The SteriSet®-Container-System

SteriSet containers are reusable sterilizing containers made of metal. They are designed to hold operating theater instruments and/or textiles during the vacuum-steam sterilization process and for maintaining sterility during storage and  transport under proper hospital conditions.

¼ - 1 STU / 60 – 280 mm
With or without condensation drain valve
With or without filter

Filters or sterilization valves?

SteriSet containers are available in either the single-use paper filter version or the patented reusable valve version. The SteriSet containers with a valve are automatically controlled by means of a pressure change in the sterilizer and require no additional materials. Nothing can be forgotten (filter change, filter spacing), time and money are saved and waste is reduced.

The double lid design

Besides from the requirement to permit the effective sterili zation of the packaged devices, a sterile packaging system shall provide suitable protection to avoid the ingress of microorganism and such maintain sterility – once it was reached – until the point of use.

Disposable ”Tamper seals” or ThermoLoc?

In place of manual sealing using single-use seals, SteriSet containers with ThermoLoc offer automatic sealing by means of temperature effect (sterilisation). Unsealing, opening and resetting can easily be carried out by manually pushing up the red sealing bar into the closure.

Condensate drain

With every steam sterilisation, physical processes lead to the inevitable formation of condensate, which collects in the container bottom. Closed standard aluminium bottoms allow sufficient reverse vaporisation of the condensate up to a load of approx. 10 kg. For loads above 10 kg or other aggravating circumstances (wet steam, older equipment etc.) we recommend a thermal condensate drain. A thermally controlled valve in the bottom allows the condensate to drain out of the container during sterilisation. The drying ability of the container is considerably improved.