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sterilize

sterilize
Sterlized portion of runway/airfield.
i. To blank off a portion of an instrument panel for equipment not yet installed.
ii. To mark off a portion of a runway as not usable.
iii. To prohibit unauthorized access to a portion of or the entire airport for security reasons.
iv. To make unusable or unavailable a facility, such as a portion of an aircraft, for carrying a weapon.
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Sterilisation technology company TSO3 Inc (TSX:TOS) reported on Wednesday the receipt of the 510(k) clearance from US regulators for a significant improvement in its STERIZONE VP4 Sterilizer to improve the customer installation process as well as reduce start-up costs for the system.
The Sterizone VP4 Sterilizer is the only terminal sterilization method that is FDA cleared to sterilize multi-channeled flexible endoscopes (with a maximum of four channels) of up to 3.
Use of Washers/Dryers and Sterlizers in the Lab Washers/dryers only 21% Sterilizers only 21% Washers/dryers and sterilizers 23% Note: Table made from bar graph.
UHS 9608 chain is designed to be used with the Rex DynamicTransfer system, a self-cleaning system that eliminates stranded containers during infeed to or discharge from pasteurisers, sterilizers and coolers, say the Plastics Division of Rexnord Corp, PO Box 480, Grafton, WI 53024, USA, fax: +1 262 376 4710.
This sterilizer is backed by more than 40 years of proven performance and now offers enhanced features, such as a new front draining system that makes the Ritter M7 much easier to clean and maintain.
Because at this point everything in the chamber is still wet, most table-top steam sterilizers have a drying phase that starts once venting is complete.
The sterilizers must have a chamber size of approximately 2 baskets per sterilizer The Orthopedic Department (OP2) wishes for a larger chamber.
Mydent's Mail-In business involves the testing of small table-top sterilizers in the US dental industry under CDC and State guidelines, which generally require that each sterilizer is tested weekly using biological indicators (BIs).
Other H2O2 sterilizers are limited to load weights of up to only 25 lb and require dedicated fixed cycles for different types of instruments (reducing overall throughput).
According to CPAC, the COX RapidHeat Sterilizer was proven by an independent third party to average 84 percent less energy per sterilization cycle than competitive steam sterilizers, and can sterilize up to 150 instruments per hour in pouched cassettes.