Allentown offers MATACHANA steam sterilization quality assurance monitoring products for laboratory facilities. These high-quality monitoring Indicators ensure reliable, repeatable testing of the sterilization process. Our range of chemical and biological Indicators can be applied for the monitoring of the sterilization process in specific applications within laboratories, animal facilities, and research centers. As with all our offerings, these sterilization monitoring products are designed with efficiency, ergonomics, and sustainability always in mind.
Allentown represents Matachana products exclusively in the United States. Matachana represents Allentown products exclusively in Germany.
What is the best way to test proper air extraction in your sterilizer / autoclave? Use a certified and proven reliable B&D test pack (ref. 85681.5) to verify that the removal of all non-condensable gases has been achieved with proper air extraction from the chamber. A B&D Test offers a full air removal guarantee by simply verifying a change in color, this way acknowledging that the sterilizer is under working condition. It is easy to use and requires no special additional testing instruments or incubators.
How to test microbiological viability after your sterilization process without spore survival risk? There are many Biological Indicators on the market, most of them use the spores of microorganism Geobacillus stearothermophilus, specifically for saturated steam. The need of extended incubation times (72 hours or more is common) is the key to avoid any spore survival risk. MATACHANA Biological Indicators (ref. 85022) present an incubation time of only 24 hours before ensuring the Sterility Assurance Levels for your sterilization process.
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