Sterilizer and Laser Technology Lab


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Wet Sterilizer Training Unit

Wet heat sterilization describes sterilization techniques that utilize hot air that is heavily laden with water vapor and where this moisture plays the most important role in the sterilization. Heating an article is one of the earliest forms of sterilization practiced. The various procedures used to perform moist heat sterilization process cause destruction of micro-organisms by denaturation of Macromolecules. This trainer is designed to demonstrate the visible training system, operation, theory, repair and servicing of Sterilization equipment that used at clinics & hospitals. The student can study what is inside the trainer. A number of test points are available for measurement of certain electrical points on the circuit. Based on the symptoms and the signal at the test points.

Model Number: MIT-STR-2



Dry Sterilizer Training Unit

Dry sterilization of an article is one of the earliest forms of sterilization practiced. Dry heat, as the name indicates, utilizes hot air that is either free from water vapor, or has very little of it, and where this moisture plays a minimal or no role in the process of sterilization This trainer is designed to demonstrate the visible training system, operation, theory, repair and servicing of Dry Sterilization equipment that used at clinics & hospitals. The student can study what is inside the trainer. A number of test points are available for measurement of certain electrical points on the circuit. Based on the symptoms and the signal at the test points.

Model Number: MIT-DST-2



Plasma and Gas Sterilizer Trainer

Gas plasmas have been referred to as the fourth state of matter (i.e., liquids, solids, gases, and gas plasmas). Gas plasmas are generated in an enclosed chamber under deep vacuum using radio frequency or microwave energy to excite the gas molecules and produce charged particles, many of which are in the form of free radicals. This trainer is designed to demonstrate the operation, theory, repair and servicing of Plasma And Gas Sterilizer equipment that used at clinics & hospitals. The unit is given the fault diagnosis so as to facilitate the teaching of trouble shooting techniques. A fault simulator is provided with circuit block diagram ofthe device for the students to study theoretically and experimentally in order to understand the operation of the device.

Model Number: MIT-PGS-1



Excimer Laser Training Unit

Excimer Laser Device (atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition that affects nearly one third of the population at some stage of their lives. Affecting people of all ages and skin types, Excimer usually beings to appear in very early childhood and continues into adulthood characterized with acute red, dry, itchy and scaly skin that may develop into weeping, bleeding and crusting. The most severe forms of Excimer may include the infection of lesions leading on to long-term chronic inflammation. Excimer can appear anywhere on the face or body with unpredictable attacks that last with varying duration. This trainer is designed to demonstrate the operation, theory, repair and servicing of Excimer Laser equipment that used at clinics & hospitals. The unit is given the fault diagnosis so as to facilitate the teaching of trouble shooting techniques. A fault simulator is provided with circuit block diagram of the device for the students to study theoretically and experimentally in order to understand theoperation of the device.

Model Number: MIT-EZL-1



ND-YAG Laser Training Unit

ND-YAG Laser is a Permanent tattoo removal is achieved using the Spectra Laser which directs concentrated laser energy to carefully break down the inks of a tattoo into tiny fragments without damaging the surrounding skin, allowing the body to naturally dispose of the tiny ink particles. Although not immediate and often requiring repeated treatments, the process is meant to be permanent and usually yields results with less chance of scarring. The trainer is designed to demonstrate the operation, theory, repair and servicing of ND-YAG Laser equipment that used at clinics & hospitals. The unit given the fault diagnosis so as to facilitate the teaching of trouble shooting techniques. A fault simulator is provided with circuit block diagram of the device for the students to study theoretically and experimentally in order to understand the operation of the device.

Model Number: MIT-NDL-1