Less hassle. More benefits.
The V10 Air Plasma Sterilizer uses just air and electricity to safely and easily sterilize critical veterinary instruments at least 3 times faster than ethylene oxide, increasing productivity and throughput.
Heat-sensitive instruments will not be damaged
Even the most delicate instruments can be sterilized without damage
LOW COST PER CYCLE
Only $3 to $5 per cycle
Only 1 minute of maintenance after every 15 sterilization cycles
NO INSTALLATION COSTS
No exterior ventilation is required
Compatible with most medical plastics, elastomers, and metals
NO HARMFUL BYPRODUCTS
Sterilant gases are converted back into air after sterilization
NO CHEMICAL CONSUMABLES
Air and electricity are the only inputs
Requires about one-fourth the power of a similarly sized steam autoclave
Simple process. Zero emissions.
A single sterilization cycle is used for all compatible instruments. Once instruments are loaded into the sterilization chamber, simply press start to begin the process.
Air Plasma Sterilization® consists of the following 3 steps:
Air temperature, pressure, and humidity are optimized inside the sterilization chamber for reliable and repeatable performance.
15 to 20 minutes∗
Preconditioned air is converted by plasma into reactive oxygen and nitrogen species that rapidly kill microorganisms on instrument surfaces.
Sterilant gases are pumped through a catalyst and adsorbent material that converts the gas back into harmless breathable air.
∗Preconditioning time varies based on relative humidity, temperature, and atmospheric pressure.
Fewer consumables. Higher productivity.
Each consumable is easy to replace, has no disposal restrictions, and can be stored indefinitely in the original packaging. The touchscreen will alert the user when it is time to replace a consumable.
The desiccant canister is used during the preconditioning step to reduce relative humidity in the sterilization chamber.
Replaced every 50 to 75 cycles∗
Plasma is produced on the surface of the plasma sheet inside the sterilization chamber, converting air into highly oxidative sterilant gases.
Replaced every 15 cycles
The catalyst canister is used during the ventilation step to convert sterilant gases back into air.
Replaced every 200 cycles
∗Desiccant life varies based on relative humidity.
Easy installation. Advanced performance.
28.75 in x 19.25 in x 18.75 in
Installation space requirement
30.75 in x 21.25 in x 20.75 in
Sterilization chamber dimensions
18 in x 16 in x 7 in
-25-60 °C (-13-140 °F)
5-40 °C (41-104 °F)
110-120 VAC, 50/60Hz, 6.5 A max
Sterilization tray dimensions∗
16 in x 10 in x 4 in
Sterilization tray volume∗
10.5 L (2.8 gal)
110 lbs (49.9 kg)
∗Items being sterilized must fit completely within the sterilization tray. Do not operate without the sterilization tray in place.
What Our Customers Say
“The Plasma Bionics sterilizer is a game changer for sterilization of heat-sensitive instruments. We can now sterilize plastic instruments that we would normally do short heat cycles on using plasma energy to greatly prolong the life of those instruments decreasing the overall cost to the patient to perform procedures. Tyvek™ based gowns can now be re-sterilized several times, as well as partially used staple guns, and expensive endoscopic surgical instruments. The sterilizer is quiet, low-cost per load, and very simple to use. I highly recommend this product to anyone considering ethylene oxide sterilization or someone just needing a gentler sterilization technique for certain instruments in the everyday veterinary practice.”
Jeff Mayo, DVM, DABVP, C/F
Mayo Vet Services, Lynnwood, WA
"I've used and provided feedback on Plasma Bionics' sterilization system from the prototype stage to market. It continues to be a cornerstone of keeping my sensitive equipment ready and safe for my patients. Easy to use, non-toxic, and with a minimal time and labor investment for a single-doctor practice, the machine pays for itself in terms of ease of use and cost per cycle and consumables. I would not make a switch to any other unit."
Christopher Stevens, DVM
Baton Rouge, LA