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Dental Tribune Canada Edition No.2, 2016

. A11 Dental Tribune Canada Edition | April 2016 INDUSTRY Rack-and-sleeve eliminates sterilization paper, pouches The SALUS hygiene sterility maintenance container from SciCan eliminates the need for sterilization paper and pouches. It can save hours and dollars spent wrapping instruments in sterilization paper. With the SALUS, instruments are transportable — using a secure, rack-and-sleeve design. Photos Provided by SciCan ODA BOOTHs 1111, 1203 Rack portion of the SALUS. Sleeve portion of the SALUS. Ad SciCan has recently introduced SALUS, which it refers to as “the world’s first paperless, rack-and- sleeve, hygiene sterility main- tenance container.” Save hours, dollars According to the company, SALUS elim- inates the costly and time-consuming use of sterilization paper and pouches. This enables clinicians to save hours that otherwise would be spent wrapping hundreds of dollars worth of sterilization paper. Another benefit is the reduction in the amount of waste being generated by your practice. Instruments safe, transportable With SALUS, instruments are kept safe and are easily transportable using a se- cure rack-and-sleeve technology. Lockable safety knob The rack has handles designed to hold instruments in place. There is also a safety knob that locks the container for safe and secure transportation. Additionally, a tamper-evident latch is activated when the container is pro- cessed through a steam sterilizer. The transparent container enables in- stant identification of instruments and chemical indicators, according to the company. Visit SciCan at the Ontario Dental As- sociation Annual Spring Meeting ex- hibit hall in booth Nos. 1111 and 1203. (Source: SciCan)

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