Saniclave 200

Product ID : A-1002-1
Compared at: $1,455.00
Sale Price: $1,308.00


  • FDA Approved
  • 10.5 liter capacity, front loading
  • Easy and simple one button operation
  • Fast, 30 minute, ST79 approved sterilizing
  • Digital Display with time, temp., & pressure
  • Rugged stainless steel chamber
  • ABS enclosure cover
  • Includes Dry Mode sterilizing, wrapped or unwrapped instruments
  • Safe burn free exterior
  • Under and over temperature safety alarm
  • Insufficient water alarm
  • Printer access port included
  • 2 year warranty & Made in the USA


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The Saniclave 200 meets all requirements of the most stringent of autoclave standards. This American made sterilizer is one of the newest FDA listed autoclaves on the market! The thermally protective polymer skin eliminates burn risk. The product includes all standard accessories and literature, internal tray, seal, etc. Also, its includes a printer access port for optional printer or computer connection. This medical grade sterilizer is perfect for General Medical, Dental, Chiropody, Veterinary, Laboratory, Tattooing, Body Piercing, Health, Nail and Cosmetic applications. Two year warranty included.

IEC/CE marked for electrical safety. FDA approved k112811

Area of Focus

Microbiology Veterinary  Applications Bacteria slides

General lab use Academia Liquid media Used Petri plates


Internal Temperature: 121°C

Sterilization Cycle: 30 minutes

Capacity: 10.5L

Net Weight: 20lbs

Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 700 W, grounded cord

Display: Digital time, temperature, and pressure

Durability: Rugged stainless steel chamber and ABS enclosure cover


Under and Over temperature alarm

Insufficient water alarm

Load type: Solid, non-lumened, unwrapped non-medical instruments


External: 16 in. tall x 13.5 in. wide x 21 in. deep

Internal: 9" wide x 10.5" deep

Max Instrument Size: 12”

Safety approvals:     

FDA approved (K112811),

IEC compliant, CE marked and ANSI / AAMI - ST55

ANSI / AAMI - ST79 approved sterilization cycle