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    Ethylene Oxide Gas Sterilizer

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      We are leading Ethylene Oxide Gas Sterilizer manufacturer, the ideal way for sterilising medical devices. Apart from developing and manufacturing the steriliser, we also provide all ancillary equipment to give a comprehensive ethylene oxide sterilisation facility. Most plastic or rubber products (e.g., catheters, syringes, resuscitation bags, plastic dressings, anaesthesia masks, and most fiberoptic instruments) as well as non-heat-sensitive products are sterilised with ethylene oxide sterilisers.

      The Process of Ethylene Oxide Gas Sterilization

      It is one of the most successful sterilisation processes at low temperatures, and it has been used in the medical and pharmaceutical areas for more than 60 years. Ethylene oxide (EO or ETO) is a low-temperature gaseous sterilisation procedure that is commonly used to sterilise a wide range of healthcare products, including single-use medical equipment. Ethylene Oxide sterilisation, which uses a vacuum-based technique, can effectively penetrate the surfaces of most medical equipment, and its lower temperature makes it an appropriate process for a wide range of materials.

      Ethylene Oxide is an alkylating chemical that inhibits bacteria’ cellular metabolism and reproduction. To achieve the requisite sterility assurance level, Ethylene Oxide penetrates permeable packaging and makes contact with all accessible surfaces of the product.

      Ethylene Oxide Gas Sterilizer, also known as hospital steriliser, is widely utilised in the healthcare business due to its non-damaging effects on delicate tools and medical devices that require sterilisation. It’s utilised for electronics, optical equipment, paper, rubber, and plastics that can’t handle heat, dampness, or abrasive chemicals. Ethylene Oxide sterilisation is putting tools and medical devices into a chamber for a specific temperature, pressure, and time period. The instruments and gadgets are sterilised and ready for use in various surgical procedures in hospitals following the sterilisation process. The nicest thing about utilising an Ethylene Oxide Sterilizer is that it doesn’t leave any residue on the materials it comes into touch with. Sterilizers will continue to be used in hospitals since they have demonstrated good sterility assurance and high throughput.