Sterilization Solutions for material and liquids

Our Sterilization Solutions page introduces advanced techniques and applications for laboratories, focusing on two main categories: Steam Sterilizers (Autoclaving) and Hot Air Sterilizers (Dry Heat Sterilization)

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Our Sterilization product categories

Sterilization methods 

Moist Heat Sterilization with Steam Sterilizers (Autoclaves)

Steam sterilization, or autoclaving, is a fundamental practice in laboratories. Our autoclaves use high-pressure steam to eliminate microbes and ensure equipment integrity, with a full exclusive portfolio. The main applications covered are :

Sterilization of liquids (e.g. culture media)

Sterilization of equipment which can range from the fermenter to bottles, tips, instruments, pipes, etc.

Sterilization of waste (often implied by biotech companies)

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Dry Heat Sterilization with Hot Air Sterilizers

Hot air sterilization offers a versatile approach, using elevated temperatures to achieve sterile conditions. This method is particularly effective for heat-resistant materials.

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Other Sterilization methods

In addition to our primary offerings, we recognize the diversity in sterilization techniques. Here are some noteworthy categories:

Chemical sterilization with Gas

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)

It is effective for hollow objects, but with caution due to its explosive nature.

Learn more about H2O2 for surface disinfection

Ethylene Oxide (EtO)

Ideal for sensitive items because of the wide range of material compatibility, though it poses an explosion risk.

Chemical sterilization with Liquid

Peracetic acid 0.2% (C2H4O3)

FDA-approved sterilant for medical devices, known for effective disinfection, but its advantage lies in environmental friendliness due to never being sold in unstabilized solutions.

Gamma Radiation

Gamma radiation is an odorless and colorless sterilization method that doesn't compromise plastic materials.


In microbiology labs, the main advantage of flaming is the effective sterilization of small objects, but there is a potential contamination of nearby surfaces due to material spraying during initial heating and the risk of residues on objects if not heated adequately.