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Instrument Cleaning

Decontamination Guidelines:
Algeos Podiatry offer a comprehensive range of infection control equipment and accessories to suit your individual requirements, budgets and available clinic space.

Hints & Tips:
The following hints and tips have been put together to aid you in choosing the correct infection control equipment to suit your individual requirements. Please refer to any specific guidelines provided by the professional body to which you are a member when making your final

Choosing your autoclave:
N Type (Non-vacuum): Only suitable for unwrapped, solid instruments
B Type (Vacuum): Suitable for unwrapped and wrapped instruments, which are solid or lumened.

  • It is recommended that autoclaves reach a temperature of 134-137 degrees for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  • A printer or USB capability is recommended for validity and traceability. The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists (SCP) states: “It is not a legal requirement to have a printer or data logger attached to the autoclave: however, it is advisable as this can assist with the tracking of instruments and fulfil your daily testing requirements. For this, the Society recommends that all members, when purchasing a new autoclave, select a model that has a data logger or printer attached.”
  • Distilled water should be used in the reservoir and changed regularly (at least daily) to ensure effective sterilisation is achieved and scale and rust accumulation on the instruments is prevented.
  • Perforated trays ensure that steam can reach the surface of all instruments.
  • Don’t overfill the autoclave as this will prevent optimum levels of sterilisation occurring.
  • Instruments such as nippers, forceps, and scissors should be placed in an open position to ensure sterilisation of the blade surface.
  • Routine testing of the autoclave’s performance is required to ensure that correct sterilising conditions are consistently being achieved. A daily, weekly, quarterly and yearly testing schedule is required. These tests include the Helix Test, Bowie Dick Test, and Prion Test.

Servicing your new autoclave:
The service and maintenance of your new autoclave can be carried out a number of ways:

  • Directly with the manufacturer
  • By a qualified engineer
  • The Algeos Service Department. 

Please contact us if you wish to discuss which option best suits your requirements.

Ultrasonic Cleaners

Range of benchtop ultrasonic baths are for use in many cleaning applications.


Premium autoclaves for instrument sterilisation.

Water Distiller

You can now produce your own supply of distilled water. Ideal for use with our range of autoclaves.


Plastic gallipots designed for use with autoclaves.

Instrument Trays & Boxes

Plastic and Stainless steel range of trays & boxes.

Lotion Bowls

Plastic and Stainless steel lotion bowls.

Kidney Dishes

Plastic and Stainless steel kidney dishes.

Euroseal Autoclave Pouches

Self-seal autoclave pouches with indicators.

Instrument Washer

Similar to a domestic dishwasher, simply connect the washer to the fresh water mains and the drain.

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Silverfox Type IIR face masks

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