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All American Electric Sterilizers

All American electric sterilizers are complete self contained autoclaves with heating element and heat control. Our electric autoclaves do not need an additional heat source but may need an optional support base to help prevent damage to table surfaces due to the high temperature of the unit. 
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Things to know before you purchase your new All American Sterilizer.

120 Volt Electric Sterilizers

For use in US and Canada (read more) - (pictured with optional support base)
All American Electric Sterilizer 50X-120V
All American Electric Sterilizer
50X-120V

120 volt - 1650 watt
14.5 Qt Inner Container Capacity

$725

Item Number: OAA50X120
All American Electric Sterilizer 75X-120V
All American Electric Sterilizer
75X-120V

120 volt - 1650 watt
27.3 Qt Innner Container Capacity

$899

Item Number: OAA75X120

240 Volt Electric Sterilizers

For use outside of US and Canada (read more) - (pictured with optional support base)
All American Electric Sterilizer 50X-240V
All American Electric Sterilizer
50X-240V

240 volt - 1650 watt
14.5 Qt Innner Container Capacity

$735

Item Number: OAA50X240
All American Electric Sterilizer 75X-240V
All American Electric Sterilizer
75X-240V

240 volt - 1650 watt
27.3 Qt Innner Container Capacity

$919

Item Number: OAA75X240

Optional Electric Sterilizer Support Bases

All American 2180 Support Base for 25X & 50X Sterilizers
All American 2180 Support Base
for 50X Sterilizers

Elevates unit 1 3/8" above table surface
$67.99

Item Number: OAA2180
All American 4180 Support Base for 75X Sterilizer
All American 4180 Support Base
for 75X Sterilizers

Elevates unit 2 1/4" above table surface
$75.99

Item Number: OAA4180
Heat Resistant Glove
Heat Resistant Glove
Protect your hand when releasing steam
$13.99

Item Number: C1059567

Sterilizer/Autoclave Knowledgebase

What is an autoclave?

How does an autoclave work?

How to clean your sterilizer

Why can't I use tap water in my sterilizer?

Autoclave/Sterilizer Safety Precautions

Disadvantages of Autoclaves

What is the optimal autoclave temperature and pressure for sterilization?

Autoclave repair

How do I choose which sterilizer to purchase?

Why are there water marks on the inside of my new sterilizer?

How to use your All American Sterilizer

Autoclave Maintenance

All American Sterilizer Features

What is the difference between the 120 Volt and the 240 Volt Sterilizers?

Why would I need a support base for my electric sterilizer?

Things to know before you purchase your new All American Sterilizer

Returned sterilizers must be in new unused condition,
will be charged a 20% restocking fee and shipping cost is non-refundable.


All American Electric Sterilizers are available in both 120V & 240V models, and will operate on either 50Hz or 60Hz. All models include a 3-wire grounded cord and plug for safety.
An optional support base elevates the sterilizer above the table or counter surface to prevent heat damage.
If you are looking for All American Sterilizer Parts Parts click here.

***240V Sterilizers are not meant for use in the USA or Canada***

If you are planning to use in the USA or Canada you should purchase a 120V Sterilizer


Attention Buyers: These items are sterilizers, not canners. They are not suitable for use as canners.

**Sterilizer period begins when the pressure steam gauge needle register in the green sterilization band shown of the face of the gauge and a minimum of 17psi has been reached. The time required before this period for the sterilizer to heat will vary depending on the size of the sterilizer and the temperature of the water used.

Electric Sterilizer/Autoclave Knowledgebase

What is the difference between the 120 Volt and the 240 Volt Sterilizers?

Our electric sterilizers can be purchase in either 120 Volt or 240 Volt models. If you are planning to use your sterilizer within the United States and Canada you should purchase a 120 Volt model because 120 Volt is the standard outlet voltage used. If you are planning to use your sterilizer in some parts of Europe and Africa you may need a 240 Volt model. You should be aware of the voltage you plan to use the sterilizer with because using the incorrect voltage can cause the sterilizer to not work or cause damage. The 120 Volt and 240 Volt sterilizers also use standard electrical plugs for their voltage (refer to picture below).
Standard 120v and 240v Plugs

Why would I need a support base for my electric sterilizer?

All American electric sterilizers operate at a very high temperature which can cause damage to non heat resistant surfaces such as a table or countertop. We recommend purchasing an optional support base with your electric sterilizer.