Spire Integrated Solutions’, inSpire Institute hosted a 3-day, deep dive into troubleshooting, maintenance, and autoclave care for the PRIMUS-brand healthcare sterilizer.
Sterilizer School: Day One
Introduction to Steam Basics
Chamber and Jacket Temperature/Pressure Profiles
Understanding Plumbing and Controls
Component Identification and Function
Control Box Overview/Component Identification
Sensors and Inputs
Vacuum Systems Printers Sterilization Cycles
Boilers/Water and Steam Quality/Water Conservation,
Control System Diagnostic Modes, and Sterilizer Options
Sterilizer School: Day 2
Demonstration of Troubleshooting Skills
Software Misconceptions – What It Can and Cannot Do
Effective Use of a Printout for Troubleshooting
Calibrations and Testing
Review the Spire Integrated Solutions Website & online Parts store
Troubleshooting bugs within the sterilizer
Steam Sterilizer School: Day 3
Why is it important that a sterilizer/autoclave must reach specific temperatures to ensure microorganisms on surgery and laboratory tools are killed?
The two common steam-sterilizing temperatures are 121°C (250°F) and 132°C (270°F). These temperatures (and other high temperatures) must be maintained for a specified amount of time to kill microorganisms.
Doors and Gaskets
Conducting proper sterilizer preventative maintenance
PRIMUS Customer Service Call Process
Installation and Start-up Issues
Attend Spire’s inSpire Institute, today!
Spire Integrated Solutions encourages all ASAs to attend Spire’s 3-day intense PRIMUS Sterilizer Training. Spire’s InSpire Institute offers a steam sterilizer training program, every quarter, hosted by Chuck D’Angelone at Spire Headquarters in Orlando, Florida.
Need information about Spire’s next InSpire Institute Sterilizer Training – contact Chuck D’Angleone for all the details.