Sterilisation and maintaining perfect hygiene are daily challenges. For sterilisation of their instruments, implantology use an autoclave exposing the instruments to a strong water vapor.
To ensure the perfect working of the autoclave, HYGITECH offers 3 types of sterilisation tests.
The consumable necessary for sterilisation is also available: crepe paper tape and sterilisation indicator to distinguish sterile products of others.
Unit price : £ 0.13Packaging : 500 sheets
Cassette wrapping for complete protection during sterilisation cycle. Composed of 100% cellulose fibers. 60g/m²: Great barrier against bacteria Multiple uses: The paper can be used as a dental tray or a sterile drape after the package is opened The range is ISO 11607-1 and EN868-2 certified
Unit price : £ 3.20Packaging : 1 unit
Adhesive tape with stripes of thermochromatic ink imprinted. It serves to denote whether an item has been through the autoclave. Whilst it does not offer any guarantee of sterility, it does help to distinguish easily between packs of instruments which have and have not been sterilised, as mix-ups can often occur in a surgery.
Unit price : £ 0.10Packaging : box of 250 Total Cost : £ 34.00 -25% Reduction
Prion is a protein that is present in the Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Prion test guarantees sterility in an individual sterilisation parcel (pouch, sealed sleeve or crepe-paper packet) placed in a loaded autoclave.
Unit price : £ 0.32Packaging : box of 100 Total Cost : £ 42.00 -25% Reduction
Helix test tests an autaclave's capacity to sterilise hollow items such as suction autoclavable tubes. It needs to be carried out every day during a specific cycle (in an empty autoclave).
Unit price : £ 2.10Packaging : Box of 20 Total Cost : £ 56.00 -25% Reduction
Bowie Dick test tests the autoclave's capacity to sterilise porous items such as gowns and drapes. It needs to be carried out every day on a specific cycle (in an empty autoclave)
Unit price : £ 2.20Packaging : Box of 10
The HYGITECH biological indicators are designed to control the efficiency of various processes of sterilisation by saturated vapour between 121 and 135°C. They are inoculated with viable bacterial spores of GeoBacillus Stearothemophilus and respond to performance specifications and quality indicated in ISO 11138.