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    A Brief Overview of Autoclaves in the Medical Industry

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    In the mid 19th century, Louis Pasteur found out revolutionary information concerning how to kill bacteria. Pasteur determined that bacteria could be effectively killed at a temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The discoveries of Pasteur would form the foundation that led to the creation of the autoclave. In this post, you will learn how an autoclave works and where it’s commonly found.

    What Does an Autoclave Do?

    An autoclave works by sending steam in order to effectively clean equipment. Statistics show that the 270 degree Fahrenheit steam produced by an autoclave works well for getting rid of most contaminants. One reason autoclaves have risen to popularity is due to how fast they sanitize. Medical facilities use autoclaves to ensure patients don’t have to wait for sanitary instruments. It’s i

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