To ensure proper sterilization, it is important to follow the recommended sterilization cycle for the specific items being sterilized. This cycle typically involves setting the autoclave to 121°C, 15 psi for 20 minutes. However, to account for heat transfer time lag, it may be necessary to adjust the sterilization time based on the thermal capacity and quantity of items being sterilized.
Using an external sensor can help prevent heat transfer time lag by monitoring the temperature of the items being sterilized and adjusting the autoclave cycle accordingly. This can ensure that the items are properly sterilized and free from contamination.
Example of heat transfer time lag test data for FLS-1000.
Autoclaving is a common method of sterilization in laboratory settings. However, the efficiency of the autoclave can be affected by various factors, including the size and thermal capacity of the items being sterilized. To ensure proper sterilization, it is important to follow recommended sterilization cycles and consider heat transfer time lag. Using an external sensor can help prevent heat transfer time lag and ensure proper sterilization of laboratory equipment and waste material.
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