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 "Defining Chamber Capacity" 

In a comparison between STERRAD® 100NX® Using different configurations of AESCULAP® containers and APTIMAX® trays, it was determined that standard kits for various surgical devices fit equally in both STERRAD® 100NX® and STERIS V-PRO® maX systems, and there is no difference in the number of trays each chamber can reprocess. 

This site is published by Advanced Sterilization Products, which is solely responsible for its contents.

It is intended for healthcare professionals visitors from Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Region.

© ASP 2020. All rights reserved. AD-200076-01-CT_A

2nd Volume of a series of STERRAD® Technology Superiority Factsheets!

The Central Sterile Services Department (CSSD) must meet the demands of busy operating room schedules, providing sterile surgical devices in line with rapid instrument turnover.

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2nd Volume of a series of STERRAD® Technology Superiority Factsheets!

Despite their volumes, a wider chamber, such as that of the STERRAD® 100NX® allows more convenient side by side reprocessing, minimizing the risk of trays touching each other and promoting optimal H2O2 circulation to facilitate effective sterilization.


The Central Sterile Services Department (CSSD) must meet the demands of busy operating room schedules, providing sterile surgical devices in line with rapid instrument turnover.