Autoclave Safety Alert
Warnings for Sterilizing Bottles and Containers
Do not attempt to sterilize sealed items.
Avoid sterilizing glass items that display cracks or scratches.
Warnings Regarding Sterilizing Bottles and Containers
Do not sterilize sealed items
Sterilizing items that are sealed can be extremely hazardous. Sealing a bottle or container can lead to an increase in pressure inside it. When removed from the sterilization chamber, these sealed items might not be able to handle the sudden pressure change, causing them to burst. Such an occurrence could result in burns or even severe injuries. Additionally, sealing containers can compromise the effectiveness of the sterilization process.
Prevent Sterilizing Cracked or Scratched Glassware
Do not attempt to sterilize glass items that exhibit cracks or scratches. This is crucial to avoid potential hazards. Glassware with these imperfections could rupture while being taken out of the sterilization chamber, leading to burns or serious injuries. Your safety is of utmost importance to us.
Precautions When Sterilizing Liquids
Exercise Caution with High-Temperature Liquids that Might Suddenly Boil
It’s crucial to handle high-temperature liquids with care, as they can unexpectedly reach a boiling point upon impact. The cooling rate of liquids is slower compared to the chamber’s interior, which can result in sudden boiling. Negligent handling of these liquids may lead to burns or unforeseen accidents.
To prevent burns from sudden boiling and accidents from scattering objects, it is recommended to set the
lid interlock release temperature to 60°C and/or to open the lid after the chamber temperature falls to 60℃.