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Synonyms for autoclave

a device for heating substances above their boiling point

subject to the action of an autoclave

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The Medalist compounds were tested and found to have better tensile and elongation properties than TPVs before autoclaving, and to retain more of these properties after multiple autoclave cycles, said to be an important advantage in the many medical devices intended for reuse.
Bosses at Graphite Resources are confident the autoclaving plant will recycle 80% of the waste it receives, which could allow local authorities to dodge hefty fines for putting rub-bisinto landfill.
Next, insert the bur and run the handpiece on an air station or handpiece purging station for 10 to 20 seconds (once normal speed is reached) to flush the debris out of the turbine before autoclaving.
Ball-End Hex Keys are made entirely from stainless steel and are designed for repeated autoclaving.
This is possible because autoclaving can sterilize samples of Vaccinia virus, herpes simplex virus (HSV}, varicella-zoster virus (VZV), and Bacillus anthracis (anthrax) without preventing detection by polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Thus, leftover blood spots on filter paper from the entire young population in many countries are available in native or autoclaved form, although autoclaving has now become outdated because of a change in analytical methods (1).
The medical supply firms and transporters, including BFI's own Falcon Transfer, were subsequently told to prove they had subjected their wastes to the expensive autoclaving process or quit bringing the material to the dump - an ultimatum that led several to discontinue their transports.
PEEK polymer is said to maintain high mechanical strength, excellent stress crack resistance, and hydrolytic stability in the presence of hot water, steam, solvents, and chemicals including morpholine, which is often used as an anticorrosion agent in autoclaving processes.
Batch acid pressure oxidation (autoclave) tests showed that 100% oxidation of the sulphide minerals could be achieved within 60 minutes, showing that New Polaris ores are very amenable to the autoclaving process.
The bidder shall deliver, assemble and install and deploy three (3), with an option for an additional three (3), autoclaves autoclaving of packaged surgical instruments, packed textiles, liquids in open, semi-open and closed bottles and rubber and plastic products as well as with technical features which are stated in the specifications.