Low Temperature Sterilizers

Low temperature sterilization is a critical process for devices that cannot withstand the conditions of traditional steam autoclaves. These sterilizers use gaseous or chemical agents to achieve effective sterilization at temperatures below 60°C (152°F). Key features include:

Material Compatibility:
Low temperature sterilizers are ideal for delicate instruments and heat-sensitive devices.
They ensure thorough sterilization without compromising material integrity.
Hydrogen Peroxide and Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP):
The most common methods for low temperature sterilization.
VHP diffuses into the chamber, exciting molecules into a plasma state for effective sterilization.
Suitable for reprocessing a wide range of medical devices.
Essential for maintaining safety in modern healthcare settings.

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