Autoclave 102 - FDA Cleared - (8L) Steam SaniClave

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  • 8-liter stainless steel chamber
  • Sterilizes solid instruments, great for microbiology and veterinary.
  • Standard 121ºC, 30 minutes.
  • Lightweight, portable, burn-free exterior.
  • Approved for human medical use.

SaniClave-Autoclave 102 – FDA Cleared

The FDA-cleared, American Made SaniClave 102 is fashioned with a simple push-button operation. The thermally protective polymer skin eliminates burn risk. Low water and under and over-temperature alarms assure safety and effectiveness during operation. A corrosion-resistant, stainless-steel chamber makes this steam sterilizer durable and easy to clean. The SaniClave102 delivers exceptional performance at a low price. The product includes all standard accessories and literature, internal basket, seal, etc. This medical-grade sterilizer is perfect for General Medical, Dental, Chiropody, Veterinary, Laboratory, Tattooing, Body Piercing, Health, Nail, and Cosmetic applications.
Assembled in the USA. 


FDA cleared K122978

Model: RS-SC-102


  • Pressure: 15 psi
  • Internal Temperature: 121°C
  • Sterilization Cycle: 30 minutes
  • Capacity: 8L
  • Net Weight: 5.4kg (12lbs)
  • Power Requirements: 110-130 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 1250 W
  • Display: Digital time and/or temperature
  • Durability: Rugged stainless-steel chamber and cover
  • Safety: Over-temperature alarm
  • Load type: Solid, non-lumened, unwrapped medical instruments

External: 13” tall x 12.5” wide x 15” deep
Internal: 9” diameter x 8” tall


  • One button operation
  • Durable construction
  • Safe burn free exterior
  • Display: Digital time and/or temperature
  • Safety: Over-temperature alarm
  • Rugged stainless-steel chamber and cover
  • Load type: Solid, non-lumened, unwrapped medical instruments
  • Warranty: 1 year

The SaniClaves are table-top steam sterilizers, also known as autoclaves. Revolutionary Science has been manufacturing and providing the SaniClave autoclave product line since 2005.

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the first SaniClave model [(10-liter SaniClave 200 and SaniClave 200P (with an embedded printer)] in 2012 for medical use, followed by the smaller 8 liters, top-loading SaniClave 102 and later, the SaniClave 250 which is validated for lumened devices, such as trocars.

Steam sterilizers and autoclaves work by boiling water inside a stainless-steel pressurized chamber. The heating element and sensors are controlled and read by a microprocessor to maintain precise levels of pressure, temperature, and time. As the steam saturates, hot water droplets condense on the surfaces of autoclavable instruments (referred to as the load) at a pressure of 15 psi and temperature of 121C (250F) for a period of 30 minutes. Steam sterilization is judged by the FDA to be the most effective form of killing dangerous pathogens and microorganisms in both medical and laboratory settings. Although Revolutionary Science also manufactures laboratory autoclaves, all of Revolutionary Science’s medical autoclaves are assembled in the USA and registered with the FDA as Class II medical devices cleared for human use.

Common uses for the simple, small, user-friendly Revolutionary Science SaniClave sterilizers are sterilizing media and aseptic techniques in the microbiology field, medical and surgical instruments, bio-identical hormone therapy (BHRT) trocars, dental instruments, orthodontic instruments, veterinary supplies, tattoo and body-art, nail salon nippers, clippers and other devices, medical waste, and general clinical applications. The SaniClave is extremely popular and press releases about the SaniClave were featured on NPR, The Boston Globe, and other well-known news outlets.

Area of Focus

  • Microbiology
  • Veterinary
  • General lab use
  • Academia


  • Bacteria slides
  • Liquid media
  • Used Petri plates
  • BHRT Trocars
  • Scalpels
  • Dental (excluding dental handpieces)
  • Liquid media

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