Sterilization is one of the most important processes. Doctors and lab technicians attend to hundreds of patients in a day. They don’t use different medical instruments for each patient. Moreover, the doctor also has to wash his or her hands after attending to each patient. While it is much easier to wash one’s hands using powerful soaps, cleaning the equipment is more difficult. Germs may be transmitted from one patient to another if the medical instruments are not properly cleaned. Sterilization machines are used in order to clean the instruments thoroughly.

During sterilization, all forms of life are killed. This also includes agents that can be transmitted from one place to another. Sterilization is done using a variety of different methods. The most common method is to heat up the instruments to a significantly high temperature, which ends up killing all forms of bacteria. However, low-temperature sterilization is also becoming a very popular method nowadays.

How does it Work?

On a biological scale, all forms of life have a specific temperature range. Some bacteria can exist at fairly low temperatures while others can exist at relatively high temperatures. Using a sophisticated machine such as the H202 Low-temperature Plasma Sterilizer, the instruments can be thoroughly sterilized. Compared to other methods of sterilization, low-temperature sterilization machines are much faster. The whole process can be completed within 50 minutes, and is much more reliable as compared to other forms of sterilization.

The H202 Low-Temperature Plasma Sterilizer also has a smaller footprint as compared to conventional sterilization machines. It has a relatively low height and does not take up much space at all. In order to make it easy for the user, the machine also has a 13-inch color touch screen with an updated software program. The user can simply use the program to start the sterilization process.

Why Use it?

The average sterilization temperature is around 50 degrees Celsius. Since only dry sterilization is used, it does not harm the instrument at all. Instead, it helps increase the service life of the instrument. Furthermore, the machine is also relatively safe and environmentally friendly. The only by-products of sterilization are oxygen and water molecules, which do not have any toxic effect on the patients or medical staff. Moreover, the low-temperature sterilization machine helps you save time and costs. As they are so frequently used, they consume much less electricity and the sterilization process can be completed in a short time.