High Efficiency Tabletop EO Sterilization
The temperature-controlled EOGas 4 cabinet along with Andersen’s bag and cartridge technology maximizes gas efficiency and minimizes gas usage;
only 17.6 g of gas per cycle.
Only 17.6g of Gas per Load
No more 50lb tanks!
EOGas 4 provides an optimal use of gas – thanks to its unique EO-FCT architecture.
EOGas 4 is gentler with the environment and with your pocket.
EOGas 4 requires minimal installation: just a 1″ PVC hose to the outside with the wall plate provided. There are no water or vacuum lines required. Sterilization and aeration happen in the same cabinet.
EOGas 4 Sterilizer
The EOGas 4 is a 50°C or 30°C cycle, tabletop cabinet with active aeration. Four cycles are available, the fastest being just 3.5 hours at 50°C, all delivering 10-6 SAL. Turn-around time for delicate medical items has never been this fast.
EOGas 4 compared to other low temperature sterilizers:
- The widest range of material and product compatibility (other than foods, liquids or drugs).
- Ability to sterilize long, narrow and multi-channel lumens.
- All sides and surfaces are sterilized; no “shadowing”
- Compatible with all common packaging materials.
- Will not damage delicate instruments like harsh chemical sterilants.
Ethylene Oxide Flexible Chamber Technology:
The reliability of EO using only 17.6g per cycle
See how our exclusive EO-Flexible Chamber Technology works.
EO-FCT uses active aeration to flush the sterilization bag with a constant flow of fresh air at the end of the sterilization cycle. Items that retain EO may require additional aeration. With EOGas, sterilization and aeration occur in the same chamber. There is no need to transfer products to a separate aeration area.
FDA & Validation Information
Flexible endoscopes are validated for the 3 hour cycle at 50°C in the EOGas 4 sterilizer.
Find the FDA clearance information here.
- True 10-6, 12-log sterilization
- Small tabletop footprint
- Only 17.6g of EO per load
- Easy Installation and maintenance
- Operator training for the life of the sterilizer
- Sterilization and aeration in the same chamber
- No need to wait for a large chamber to get full
The sterilization bag and its components
Using the EOGas 4 Sterilizer
The EOGas 4 refill kit comes with cartridges, liner bags, Humidichips and Dosimeters for 14 cycles. Each cartridge contains 17.6g of EO and the liner bag (sterilization chamber) holds up to 45 l. The EOGas 4 sterilizer requires this kit and only this kit.
Time, temperature and EO concentration are essential to successful sterilization. Dosimeter integrators present visual assurance that all these parameters have been fulfilled. View results immediately after sterilization. No laboratory culture is necessary. Use one Dosimeter per cycle. (Not a BI substitute).
Designed specifically for use with Andersen EOGas™ and Anprolene® systems, this unique device ensures adequate Relative Humidity (RH) during the sterilization cycle. Each single use pre-moistened 2″ x 2″ Humidichip releases up to 4 grams of water vapor.
These are the technical specifications of the EOGas 4 (AN4000.11) sterilizer. Please contact us if you need more details.
(L x H x D) 22 in x 28 in x 28.25 in
(L x H x D) 19 in x 13.75 in x 23.25 in
3.6 cu ft
3.5 hours at 50 °C
12 hours at 30 °C
Frequently Asked Questions
Endoscopes are sterilized in a 3.5 hour cycle. The user must also follow manufacturer EO aeration guidelines that could be up to an additional 12 hours of aeration.
No. Our tabletop unit only needs a 1 inch port to the outside.
Depends on endoscope type and size. Please see FDA validation information above.
No. It is very easy and convenient to install and comes in a tabletop package.
No. EO is the most gentle type of sterilization available. Perfect for your most delicate instruments.
Yes, we offer training free of charge for the life of the sterilizer
No. EO is used in many different household products and has a similar chemical ratings as other products such as hydrogen peroxide.
Andersen sterilizers are 100% US made. Proudly designed and manufactured at our headquarters in Haw River, North Carolina.