Laboratory Autoclaves

A laboratory autoclave is a specialised device used for sterilizing equipment and laboratory materials, including glassware, surgical instruments, and media, by subjecting them to high-pressure saturated steam at elevated temperatures. Autoclaves are widely used in various scientific and medical settings, including research laboratories, healthcare facilities, and industrial applications, to ensure that materials are free of contaminants such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, and spores.

Laboratory autoclaves are used in a wide range of applications, including sterilising culture media, glassware, surgical instruments, and other laboratory equipment. They are essential tools for ensuring the safety and integrity of experiments, as well as for preventing cross-contamination in healthcare settings. Autoclaves are crucial for maintaining the sterility of materials in laboratories, research facilities, and healthcare institutions.


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