Sterilization Containers

Containers are available in various types and sizes for serving different purposes in health care facilities. Containers are designed to hold surgical sets for sterilization as well as to maintain the sterility of instruments during transportation and storage. Our extensive product line includes a wide array of accessories such as wire baskets, silicone mats, textile products, ID tags, and labels. Click any image for details, or download our Sterile Container System catalog for a complete product list.
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Specific Containers
Surgical instruments and equipment are sterilized, transported, and stored using container systems. The five pieces that make up a sterilization container are as follows:
  • Box
  • Polymer Cover
  • Hinge
  • Container Handle
  • Valve Section
Sterile Container Systems' body parts are comprised of a specific alloy of aluminum and stainless steel that meets local and international standards. The lid is made of a tough PPSU material that adapts perfectly to sterilizing and has the best medical compatibility of any polymer in its class. To prevent surface corrosion, the system's body and other components are exposed to a unique chemical process that creates an anodized oxide coating. On our website, you may discover thorough information about protecting aluminum and stainless steel from acidic influences as well as functional safety.

Production Processes of Sterilization Containers

Sterilization Containers are in different types and sizes to fully meet user requests. Particular height, width, and length options are available to suit all storage and stowage conditions. In addition, the containers can be stacked on top of each other. The production process of sterilization containers is as follows:
  • First and foremost, after the forging, pressing, polishing, and anodizing procedures, container parts are transported to the assembly line.
  • Then, on the assembly line, around 30 parts are assembled with intermediate controls.
  • It is then inspected for material and workmanship flaws, as well as leak testing.
  • Finally, containers are carefully wrapped to protect them from physical damage.

Container Options: Perforated and Unperforated

Sterilization Our industry-leading company's containers are suitable for all types of sterilizing requirements. Users can choose between the perforated lid and non-perforated box versions for vacuum systems and perforated lid and box models for steam systems, depending on their demands. During shipping and storage/stowage, the protective cover is designed to protect against impacts and contamination. Disposable paper filters, on the other hand, offer efficient protection by preventing microbes from entering the container once it has been sterilized. The filter holders are manufactured of ASIS / SAE 304 (1.4301) stainless steel and can be used for a long time without deforming.

Things to Consider About Sterilization Containers

Container systems are mechanically ready to use when they arrive at your location, but there are a few things to keep in mind when using containers. These key points are as follows:
  • Sterilization containers should only be transported by trained personnel to avoid possible impacts during transportation.
  • The sterilization container should always be carried by its handles. Gloves should be used when transporting containers, if possible.
  • After sterilization, the temperature range of the storage rooms should be 15-26˚C, humidity 30-40%, and normal atmospheric pressure.
  • Sterilization container covers are produced in 6 different colors. These color differences help you store different products. Therefore, knowing the meaning of the different colored covers can make your job easier.
  • A security seal can be used in the container lock section. When the container lid is opened, this seal is opened and unauthorized use is prevented.
In addition to paying attention to all this advice, you should also pay attention to the maximum weight level that the handles can safely carry. Because, when the sterilization container stacking capacity is exceeded, it may cause permanent deformation to the lid.