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3.25" x 12" Self-Sealing Sterilization Pouch

3.25" x 12" Self-Sealing Sterilization Pouch

If you’re looking for a reliable and efficient way to sterilize your dental instruments, look no further than Plastcare USA dental self-sealing sterilization pouches. These innovative pouches are designed to make the sterilization process as easy and effective as possible, with a range of features that ensure maximum protection for your instruments.

Our dental self-sealing sterilization pouches are made from high-quality materials that are resistant to tearing, puncturing, and moisture. This means that your instruments will stay safe and dry during the sterilization process, and you can be confident that they will be fully protected from any contaminants.

The self-sealing feature of our sterilization pouches ensures a secure and airtight seal every time, which is essential for maintaining the sterility of your instruments. This feature also makes it easy to open the pouches when you’re ready to use your instruments, without the need for scissors or other cutting tools.

Our dental self-sealing sterilization pouches come in a range of sizes to accommodate all types of instruments, from small probes to larger handpieces. They are also color-coded for easy identification, making it simple to organize and locate your instruments when you need them.

Overall, our dental self-sealing sterilization pouches offer a reliable and convenient way to ensure the safety and cleanliness of your dental instruments. With their high-quality materials, secure self-sealing feature, and range of sizes and colors, they are a must-have for any dental practice that prioritizes effective and efficient sterilization.

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  • After instruments have been cleaned, they must be placed in sterile bags or pouches to ensure that they remain sterile until their next use. This is true for nail technicians, dentists, and other medical professionals. Knowing you’re getting clean and sterile instruments is a very calming thought when sitting in the dentist chair.
  • These self-sterilization pouches help ensure the safety of staff members and dental patients alike. These pouches are approved by the FDA as a medical device to sterilize equipment and protect tools against contamination during handling. The pouches protect the contents from spreading infection or being infected.
  • Not only do these pouches help with sterilization but they also improve organization. These pouches act as organizers as they keep dental tool kits together so all the instruments are in the same place.

Do you know how to load?

Having an autoclave in good working condition is just the beginning. You also need to ensure your teammates know how to load instruments and packs correctly for optimal results.

  • An autoclave should never be overloaded. It is better to run two cycles with smaller loads, than a single cycle with an autoclave filled to the brim. Sadly, overloading happens much more frequently than practitioners realize.
  • Pouches should not be stacked horizontally. Instead, they should be placed flat and sterilized one at a time. This is called “single height loading.”
  • If you place a pouch flat, the paper side should face up, and the plastic side should face down. This allows moisture to escape through the paper side (hot air goes up).
  • Pouches placed vertically (i.e. side by side on a rack) should have enough air between them to allow for ventilation. You can purchase commercial racks made for this purpose.
  • Pouches should not touch the inner sides of the autoclave, as the inside gets hot and can burn them.
  • Ensure instruments are clean and dry before wrapping them.
  • At the end of a cycle, the door should be open as soon as possible to allow the equipment to dry and to prevent items from burning due to excessive heat exposure.
  • Instrument packs should not touch each other in the autoclave so that steam can circulate between them.
  • Remember that sterilization tape only means the surface of a pack was sterilized. It does not ensure the deepest part of the pack is sterile. This is the reason why a sterilization strip must be placed deep inside a pack (not in the top layer, as is often done).

Following these simple guidelines will help ensure true sterilization has been accomplished.


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  • PG‐3312
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  • 3.25″ x 12″ (3.25″ x 11″)