autoclaving


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autoclaving

[′ȯd·ō‚klāv·iŋ]
(science and technology)
Heating of liquids or sterilizing of equipment at high steam pressure.
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In tests measuring tensile strength and elongation, all three Medalist grades were said to exhibit greater values for these properties prior to autoclaving, and greater property retention after as many as 15 autoclave cycles.
In summary, metallurgical testing has successfully increased gold recoveries from New Polaris ores to the 95% level, by optimizing the grinding, autoclaving and leaching processes.
July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the past 20 years, the Medical Waste Industry has increasingly relied on autoclaving as a means for the treatment of Medical Waste.
Priorclave's Paul Richardson and Lee Oakley will be on hand to talk about the range and to help you find the ideal solution to all your autoclaving needs.
The project also demonstrated the advantages of electromagnetic induction bonding over autoclaving for joining TP composite sections.
Although the new three- and single-chip digital camera heads can be sterilized by autoclaving, they provide the same levels of clarity and resolution available with previous IMAGE 1(R) cameras.
The autoclaves will replace the existing autoclaves, 2 pieces Finn AQUAA Steris, used for autoclaving of laboratory glass, plastics and liquids.