What can you sterilise?
Safety always comes first
SEE THE AUTOCLAVABLE PARTS OF THE INTELLIFLUX CIRCUIT
As the European leader in sterilisation, , Tecno-Gaz publishes good practice on the use of masks to prevent cross-contamination, as recommended by European legislation: EN 13060, EN17665-1, EN556-1 and the Spaulding classification. Spaulding defines the criticality of instruments used during dental treatment (critical, semi-critical, non-critical) according to their use and the possibility of contact with the patient’s skin and/or gum and tissue.
The following can be sterilised:
- Masks made of silicone (latex-free) and polycarbonate at 134°C
- Special autoclavable tubes (on demand) at 121°C or 134°C.
The neck strap and single-use tubes must, however, be disposed of after use.