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EconoLine Dri-Clave Sterilizer


Dri-Clave: Dry Heat Sterilizer

Convenient, Safe and Simple to Operate.  Ideal for medical and dental.  Will not rust instruments: 
The FDA approved technique of dry heat sterilization works without pressure, steam, or chemicals.  Dry heat sterilizes in the shortest possible time and you never need to dry the instruments.  Ideal for all medical and dental instruments, it sterilizes instruments, needles, syringes, glassware, etc. at 320°F (160°C).  Sharp instruments remain sharp; no steam or moisture to corrode the finest edge.  We offer two  models: EC-2000 Dri-Clave (2 tray) and EC-3000 Dri-Clave (3 tray), see complete specifications below.  Both operate on 115V AC and are UL Listed and FDA Registered.

  • The best method for sharp, micro, delicate instruments:  Dry heat sterilizer kills bacteria without moisture and will not rust or dull sharp or serrated instruments. 
  • Maintenance-Free:  Unlike wet heat methods, dry heat sterilizers require no routine cleaning. 
  • Safe and simple to operate:  Dry heat sterilization works without pressure, steam or chemicals, which increases safety and makes operating simple.
  • Convenient:  Unit has automatic timers with heat "hold" capability for continuous use in a busy practice.  Utility trays can be sterilized with lids on and stored without contamination.  Plus, use it to conveniently dry wet packs.
  • High-Quality:  Made of stainless steel - it will not only never rust - it cleans up in a jiffy - and will look great for years.  Covered by our full one year warranty.
  • Economical: Our EC-2000 Dri-Clave and EC-3000 Dri-Clave not only save money with a low purchase price but continue to save money with low operating costs - no distilled water to buy! 

Why Dry Heat Sterilizers?

1. Are dry heat sterilizers as effective as other sterilizers?
Yes, dry heat sterilizers are FDA registered and must be validated using the same or similar tests as other sterilizers resulting in a SAL of 10-6 (sterility assurance level using B. atrophaeus). Dry heat sterilizers that comply with ANSI/AAMI ST40 and ANSI/AAMI ST50 standards should be used.

2. What are the main advantages of using a dry heat sterilizer?
The first advantage of using this type of sterilizer is metal tools and instruments will not rust, allowing these tools and instruments to last much longer. Other advantages include less pitting and dulling of sharps, and no drying time is required.

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Specifications:

    Tray Size Outside dimensions Inside (useful) space Shipping Power
Model Trays W H W H D W H D Weight Consumption
EC-2000 2 10" 6 1/4" 15 1/2" 10 1/2" 9 1/2" 12 1/2" 5" 7 1/2" 17 lbs 500 Watts
EC-3000 3 11 3/4" 7 1/4" 19" 14 1/2" 11" 15" 7 1/2" 9" 27 lbs. 735 Watts

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