Mid Central Medical 20X25 Inch Stainless Steel Mayo Instrument Stand with Foot Lock MCM752
Mayo and Ventric Stands Intro
Mayo and Ventric stands are essential in medical and surgical settings, enhancing efficiency, precision, and sterility during procedures. They provide organized space for instruments, tools, and supplies, ensuring quick access and reducing delays or errors.
Ventric stands have a larger area and wheels for easy mobility, creating a larger sterile field. Most Mayo and Ventric stands typically require minimal or no assembly. Most stands offer adjustable height options through hand or foot controls.
Stainless steel is the preferred construction material due to its durability, corrosion resistance, ease of cleaning, and versatility. Grade 304 stainless steel is commonly used, offering reliable, long-lasting performance. Welded joints are stronger, smoother, and more durable than alternatives like rivets, screws, or bolts. All welds are smooth and glove friendly.
Stainless steel products can vary in magnetic properties, and only MRI Safe components are suitable for MRI environments, as they undergo testing to ensure non-magnetic reactance.
Chrome-plated steel is a lower-cost option but is designed for light-duty service. It can rust if the plating is damaged or thin, making it less suitable for heavy use or harsh environments. In clean, low-use settings, it can provide many years of service.
- Removable tray for easy cleaning.
- Foot-pedal operated lock adjusts height from 36-62 inches
- Low profile base design easily slides under equipment
- All welded #304 stainless steel construction
- 2" double ball bearing casters
- Brass inserts allow effortless height adjustment
- Unique •safe descend• feature built in for patient and staff safety
- This is a large box item exempt from the free shipping there is a $49.00 shipping and handling charge for delivery in Continental USA
- Top: 20 Inches X 25 Inches
2 Year Warranty
Cleaning and Maintenance
Maintenance involves routine cleaning, proper storage, and lubrication of moving parts as per the manufacturer's recommendations. Inspect wheels or casters for wear and tear and ensure effective locking mechanisms.
Stainless steel requires regular cleaning to maintain its hygienic appearance. Use soap or mild detergent with warm water for cleaning, avoiding abrasive materials that could alter the finish. Wiping the surface dry enhances its appearance.
After cleaning, disinfect with non-chlorine bleach wipes, followed by a water rinse to prevent a cloudy finish or white residue over time. Super Sani-Cloth® Germicidal Disposable Wipes are recommended for disinfecting stainless steel medical equipment.
Avoid using a cart washer for stainless steel equipment unless it's specifically rated for it, as it can damage components and void warranties.
Sterilization may not be necessary for most stainless-steel equipment, but if required, consult sterilization equipment manufacturers for appropriate settings.
Store mayo stands in a clean, dry area, using protective covers or drapes when not in use to prevent contamination and damage.