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Ultra Clean Systems Triton 72

Our most advanced ultrasonic for the busy SPD

The Triton series ultrasonic cleaners are designed to handle the needs of the busiest sterile processing departments. Our industry-exclusive titanium rod transducer (TRT) technology, automatic tray elevators, and ultraviolet light water treatment increase operator efficiency. 

Ultra Clean Systems Triton-72
Ultrasonic cleaning machine Triton 72 Automatic Single-Basin Ultrasonic Cleaning System

Advanced technology for high volume and flexibility

As our highest productivity ultrasonic cleaner, the Triton 72 has the largest throughput in the industry with 6 trays and 72 dedicated ports for lumen instruments. It can process four complete sets of da Vinci® Xi-series robotics in a 15-minute wash cycle. Slide-and-lock trays and automatic elevators add to its efficiency.



This versatile ultrasonic cleaner has three trays and the ability to process 36 lumen and nonlumen instruments simultaneously or 2 trays of 20 da Vinci robotic instruments in a dedicated cycle.

Industry-leading technology

A titanium rod transducer inside the basin rather than outside and provides a more uniform energy distribution. Combined with its high cavitation energy output (79 watts per gallon with a frequency of 40 kHz), it provides a thorough and fast cleaning cycle. 

Ease of use

Slide-and-lock system combined with automatic tray elevators make loading the machine simple. The user-friendly 10" touchscreen swings up and down and rotates side to side for ready access at any time. 

UV Technology

Bacteria and viruses flushed from lumen or robotic instruments are deactivated with ultraviolet (UV) energy while recirculating through the basin or instruments. 

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Recommended 8- to 13-minute adjustable ultrasonic cleaning cycles, and a 15-minute dedicated da Vinci robotic instrument cleaning cycle.


Industry-exclusive TRT technology provides powerful cavitation, allowing operators to clean more instruments in less time than bonded transducers.

UV Filtration

Recirculated water from the basin passes through a UV filter to help deactivate bacteria and viruses flushed from lumen or robotic instruments.


Easy-to-use 10″ movable touchscreen with programmable timer


Slide-and-lock trays allow easy and efficient loading, while the automatic tray elevator saves time; also accepts hospital trays.


Fully automatic wash, flush, internal and external rinse, and air purge.


Works with the optional UCS-Verify data logging system.


Tap, reverse osmosis, and deionized water compatible.

Triton 72

  • Recommended 8- to 13-minute adjustable ultrasonic cleaning cycles for laparoscopic and nonlumen instruments
  • 15-minute dedicated wash cycle for da Vinci robotic instruments
  • 72 dedicated irrigation ports
  • 6-tray capacity
  • Capacity for 40 da Vinci robotic instruments per cycle
  • 80-lb instrument weight capacity
  • 30-gallon capacity per basin (x2 basins)
  • Easy-to-use 10″ touchscreen with programmable timer
  • 33-3/8″W x 49-11/16″D x 67-1/2″H (at rest, open position)

Automatic Double-Basin Ultrasonic Cleaning System

For large processing demands, our Triton 72 rises to the top with productivity. The Triton 72 has the largest throughput in the industry with 6 trays and 72 dedicated ports. Every Triton tray can process up to 12 lumen instruments. With our custom adapters and robotic arm cleaning system (RACS) trays, every type of robotic instrument can be processed, up to 10 per tray. The Triton 72 can process four complete sets of da Vinci® Xi-series robotics in a 15-minute wash cycle.

This complete ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaning system is user-friendly and time-saving, with automatic lifts, slide-and-lock trays, and a 10″ touchscreen that rotates left and right and swings up and down. The titanium rod transducer (TRT) technology in our Triton series ultrasonic cleaners produces more cavitational cleaning power than the standard bonded transducers, resulting in shorter cleaning times, more complete cleaning, and increased energy efficiency. For added safety, water entering the basin and recirculating after flushing instruments is treated with ultraviolet (UV) energy to deactivate bacteria and viruses.