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Welcome to our Autoclave Depot where you can purchase new or refurbished autoclaves for sale at a lower than average price. With 30 years of experience in the sales, support and repair of table-top steam autoclaves, Booth Medical can answer all of your technical questions. Never again pay too much money for an autoclave that doesn't meet your needs or stays broken all the time.  We will provide you with an excellent value on both new and refurbished machines. Best of all, our shelves are stocked with sterilizers that we can ship to you today.

 
 Pre-Owned   Buy a Refurbished Autoclave By Market Forge, Midmark, Ritter or Tuttnauer

Refurbished Autoclaves

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                     New Autoclaves        Purchase a Machine Within Your Budget That We Can Ship To You Today
Midmark/Ritter
We have 4 models to choose from with fully automatic programmable steam sterilization cycles.
Cox
Rapid heat sterilizers have very quick cycle times and far less maintenance requirements than steam based systems.
Tuttnauer
See the complete family of manual and fully automatic autoclaves
Market Forge
Popular, reliable and easy to operate for industrial, scientific and veterinary applications.
Steri-Dent/SteriSURE
Steri-Dent and SteriSURE dry heat sterilizers bring high quality, rugged performance, and total dependability to your practice.
 Accessories, Repair Parts and Maintenance Supplies  Find Everything You Need For Your Sterilization Clean Room
Autoclave Parts
Replacement parts for table top autoclaves. Gaskets, Bellows, Sensors, Filters, Circuit Boards, etc.
Ultrasonic Cleaners
Find the ultrasonic cleaner that meets your need. From 1 to 5 gallon capacities.
Autoclave Accessories
Find autoclave pouches, racks, trays, cleaners, spore test kits and more.
Water Distillers
Large assortment of water distillers in several sizes to choose from.
 

Not sure which Autoclave is best for you? Take a look at the following answers to the most common questions asked by our shoppers.

1. What size autoclave should I consider?
Most of the models we offer are known as tabletop autoclaves. They don't require a large space and are designed for an office environment. The physical size ranges from a unit as small as a computer printer up to the size of a mini refrigerator. Generally speaking, your need will be driven by a combination of the number of items to be sterilized, the frequency of sterilization and the cycle time necessary to properly sterilize your items. For example, you may need to sterilize small items such as surgical tools and assume that a small sterilizer is what you need. However, if you need to sterilize many tools on a very frequent basis, then the demands of a small sterilizer may not be enough, and a larger sterilizer might be more suitable. If you are a Tattoo artist or work in a Podiatry practice, then the smaller models will probably work best for you. Obviously larger items will require a larger machine.

Autoclaves are generally defined by their chamber size. Chambers are measured by the size of the opening where you insert your items and the depth of the chamber. Common sizes are 7", 9", 10" or 15" (17.8cm, 22.8cm, 25.4cm or 38.1cm).

2. What is the difference between a Manual or Automatic sterilizer?
The main difference concerns the user's interaction with the machine during a sterilization cycle. On a Manual machine, you will typically need to monitor the sterilizer and take direct action to advance the sterilization process. An Automatic machine does not require the same monitoring and automatically performs all the necessary steps. In other words, you set it and forget it.

Another difference is found in the controls. Manual machines use analog dials and buttons. Automatic machine use digital controls.

3. How long will it take to sterilize my items?
Regardless of the type or size of the machine, the first sterilization cycle takes the longest. Once the machine is heated up, the following cycles are quicker because the machine does not have to heat up as much during subsequent cycles, also known as Cold and Warm or Hot Cycles. Depending on the model, smaller machines will tend to have shorter cycles than larger models. The more material you need to sterilize, the longer it will take. In general, smaller machines will sterilize from 10-30 minutes and larger machines will sterilize from 20 to 60 minutes.

It all depends on the materials being sterilized and the capabilities of the machine.

4. What are the power requirements that I will need?
Most machines will run on standard 110-120 volt circuits. There are many machines with greater capability that will run on 220-240 volt circuits. It's important to note that Autoclaves should always be connected to their own dedicated circuit, and you would never want to use a power strip or extension cord.

5. How difficult is it to maintain an Autoclave?
There are standard cleaners available which require nothing more than running an empty autoclave through a cycle with the cleaner inside. There is very little effort involved from the user's point of view. Various indicators are also available to determine if a sterilization cycle has indeed sterilized your items.

6. What kind of warranties are offered?
Factory warranties for new autoclaves are specific to the manufacturer. For example, Midmark has a 1 year on site parts and labor warranty. Tuttnauer has a 2 year on site parts and labor warranty. Our warranty for refurbished autoclaves is 180 days from the day you receive your machine. It includes parts and labor, but does not include return shipping costs.


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