radiation sterilization

radiation sterilization

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚ster·ə·lə′zā·shən]
(nucleonics)
Exposure of a material, object, or body to ionizing radiation in order to destroy microorganisms.
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package for steam, air, ethylene oxide, radiation sterilization combined self-adhesive flat solution 75 mm * 150mm 13 550 pieces, 1 319.
* In 2018, the low-temperature sterilization segment showed growth, however, the ionizing radiation sterilization segment was expected to grow at the highest CAGR through 2025.
Based on method, the global sterilization equipment market has been segmented into heat sterilization/high-temperature sterilization, low-temperature sterilization, ionizing radiation sterilization, and filtration sterilization.
Steam and radiation sterilization equipment are considered the most effective devices for dried fruits and nuts.
Winters, B.S., SM (NRCM), director of scientific competency at Nelson Laboratories, is a recognized authority and industry leader on radiation sterilization, bioburden, microbiology, aseptic processing, environmental control, and tissue processing and disinfection.
Only under doses of D = 100 kGy or higher could notable changes be detected in the mechanical properties by an initiating degradation of the polymer [20], The higher resistance that PC showed compared to PP during radiation sterilization can be explained by the energy-dissipative effect of the benzene ring [25].
Some grades also tolerate radiation sterilization techniques, such as gamma or beta processes.
Among the challenges materials suppliers face is the growing strength of sanitizing chemicals in hospitals and the effects of radiation sterilization. Both affect the color stability of devices and instruments, which could lead to problems in the correct designation of color-coded items for surgery and other critical procedures.
On the basis of type, sterilisation equipment market is segmented into heat sterilization/high-temperature sterilization, low-temperature sterilisation, ionizing radiation sterilization, and filtration sterilization.
Radiation sterilization methods avoid the gas-penetration issue, but material might discolor or become brittle due to the radiation.
In addition to the development of rocket engines and propellants, the site was formerly used for radiation sterilization, production of architectural products, and hardwood flooring production.
Garbacki et al., "Radiation sterilization of anthracycline antibiotics in solid state," The Scientific World Journal, vol.