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Data Loggers for Sterilization Applications

Data Loggers

Sterilization Applications

MadgeTech specializes in data loggers for a variety of sterilization methods and applications. Products and complete systems are available for EO sterilization, Dry Heat sterilization or Depyrogention, as well as Steam sterilization including the software and tools for autoclave validation.

MadgeTech’s sterilization data loggers include devices that can be placed in temperatures as high as 260 °C when used with MadgeTech's thermal barrier systems. The data logger series includes devices designed to measure and withstand the high temperature, humidity and pressure required for medical sterilization as well as autoclave chamber monitoring and other validation applications.

MadgeTech data loggers provide accuracy and reliability in the validation and reporting of processes. Easy to use and easy to set up, MadgeTech data loggers and custom data logger software make it easy to accurately record your findings. Explore this collection today and see how a MadgeTech data logger can make a world of difference in your validation, processing and testing.

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