New & Used Plasma Sterilizer

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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products
Model: STERRAD 50
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
4,028
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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products
Model: STERRAD 200
Location: Netherlands, Utrecht
124,872
2005

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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: Johnson & Johnson
Model: STERRAD 50
Location: Mexico, Distrito Federal
13,743
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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products
Model: STERRAD 200
Location: Netherlands, Utrecht
90,816
2003

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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products
Model: STERRAD 50
Location: United States, Connecticut
Rating: 73%
7,999
2002

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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products
Model: STERRAD 100S
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
9,649
1995

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Device: Plasma Sterilizer
Manufacturer: ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products
Model: STERRAD 100S
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
9,649
1995
The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Johnson & Johnson / STERRAD 50 ASP - Advanced Sterilization Products / STERRAD 50

Plasma Sterilizer may also be referred to as :

Plasma Sterilizer | Ion-Plasma Sterilizing Unit | Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Plasma Sterilizer | Gas-Plasma Sterilizing Unit | Cold-Plasma Sterilizing Unit
 

Tips for buying Plasma Sterilizer

  1. Most facilities were choosing EtO as the preferred low-temperature sterilant; however, they are now looking for alternatives because of its toxicity, long aeration time, and emissions restrictions.
  2. EtO is highly flammable and explosive. To reduce its flammability, chlorofluorocarbons have been mixed with EtO, but it has been found to deplete the earth's ozone layer, and many nations stopped the production or banned the use of it.
  3. EtO units have larger chambers than gas plasma sterilizers and can process more items at once, but  need a longer cycle time.
  4. To eliminate toxic residues from the sterilized items, they require 10-16 hours of aeration time after processing. This may cause sterilized items to be removed from use for up to 24 hours, which may require the facility to purchase additional inventory to meet the demands.
  5. Maintaining such an inventory is costly and is in addition to the costs associated with meeting federal regulations for emissions and personnel safety.
  6. For low-temperature sterilization, plasma sterilization may be a cost-effective and environmentally sound choice. Its installation is straightforward, with no risk of emission-related errors, and its end products are not toxic, reducing regulatory and safety concerns.
  7. Plasma sterilization needs fewer instruments in stock, since used instruments can be made ready for reuse faster than when EtO sterilization is used; however, if a large number of medical items are processed, many sterilization cycles may be needed each day.
  8. The STERRAD 50 has a sterilization chamber of 50 liters, while the size of the sterilization chamber of the STERRAD 100S is 100 liters. The chamber of the 100S is circular in cross section, while that of the 50 is rectangular. Since most loads are rectangular, they can potentially be packed more efficiently into the STERRAD 50 chamber than into the STERRAD 100S chamber.
  9. When considering plasma sterilizers, facilities should examine the two important issues of capacity and throughput.
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