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It is easy for first-time autoclave shoppers to become overwhelmed with all of the technical jargon they have to decipher and consider before purchasing a steam sterilizer. One of the most common points of confusion is how to determine which sterilization cycle is best for different applications.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Steam Sterilization Medical Pharmaceutical By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Laboratory monitoring can be complicated and ever-changing when it comes to things like meeting specified temperature ranges, ensuring sterilization, and dealing with regulated guidelines. With the right insight, laboratory monitoring can help save lives by assisting with tracking, detecting, and preventing any change in temperature, air quality, or distribution to consumers of vital pharmaceuticals such as vaccines and medicines.

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In most, if not all healthcare facilities, a top priority is ensuring the safety of patients and the environment of the facility. A strong health care management team has the ability to reduce any rate of infection and avoid mistakes from occurring by taking preventative steps to ensure strict regulations.

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Picture you’re in a laboratory and notice there’s an autoclave. You slowly approach the device when suddenly it flashes, “CAUTION: HIGH TEMPERATURES”. It can’t be that hot, right? Then, you lean a bit closer, only to discover the temperature logger reading 135 degrees Celsius! While 135°C may seem absurdly hot, autoclaves are in fact built to withstand these scorching temperatures for several reasons.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Steam Sterilization Medical Pharmaceutical By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Working with a combination of steam, pressure and time, autoclaves are used to disinfect and sterilize a variety of materials. Harmful microorganisms cannot just simply be cleaned with soap and water, but when exposed to temperatures of 121 °C (205 °F) and above at high pressure they are quickly destroyed. The harsh environment of an autoclave can also strengthen some materials, making it a necessity to ensuring safety in diverse industries.

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