AGX Autoclave MIC2 TagAutoclave resistant UHF Tag to be placed ON metal.
Especially made to be Autoclave resistant
Chemical sterilization for decontamination
Liquid chemical sterilants include glutaraldehyde, hydrogen peroxide, hydrogen peroxide-peracetic acid combinations, sodium hypochlorite, and peracetic acid. Pass
Thermal (hot water) disinfection
- Washer-sanitizers, washer-decontaminators, utensil washers, and cart washers reduce microbial contamination by means of cleaning agents, hot water, rinsing, and drying.
- Pasteurization equipment provides cleaning and high-level disinfection at water temperatures of 65°C to 77°C (150°F to 170°F) for a contact time of at least 30 minutes.
- Washer-disinfectors provide a cycle of cleaning, rinsing, disinfection, and drying at temperatures that are usually higher than those of washer-sanitizers. Pass
Thermal sterilization for decontamination
Saturated steam can be used to decontaminate devices capable of withstanding high temperatures (121°C to 135°C [250°F to 275°F]) and pressures (16 to 35 psig). Washer-sterilizers provide cleaning and rinsing followed by exposure to saturated steam at temperatures of 121°C to 135°C (250°F to 275°F). Pass
30 KHz for 30 min Pass
Dry heat sterilization
160°C for 2h, or170°C for lh, or 180°C for 30min Pass
Disinfection by light
C wave ultraviolet and wavelength range is from 200nrn to 275nrn Pass
Detergent enzyme cleaner Pass
121°C and 115Kpa for 1000 cycles Pass