How to Achieve a Secure Sterilization with TOMY Autoclave?
Heat transfer time lag is a time difference between the autoclave chamber temperature and the temperature of the articles to be sterilized. During a sterilization process, the sterilization temperature of the articles arrives later than the displayed or chamber temperature, causing the articles not to be appropriately and sufficiently sterilized at the temperature of 121ᵒC. Heat transfer time lag often happens when sterilizing liquids or large quantities and changes depending on the thermal capacity of articles. For instance, the heat transfer time lag is 12 minutes for two units of 500ml bottle and 17 minutes for two units of a 1L bottle.
To rectify this problem, you need to set the autoclave timing according to the volumes of the articles as advised by the autoclave supplier. We recommend using an external sensor. An external sensor can prevent heat transfer time lag by reading the temperature of the articles using a probe and allowing the autoclave to run a sterilization cycle based on the temperature of the articles.
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