Different sterilization cabinets, different usage principles

Usually we understand that the sterilization cabinet is used to eliminate bacteria, but do you know? There are many sterilization methods for sterilization cabinets, which does not mean that all sterilization cabinets are the same. Today, we are introducing several methods to kill microorganisms and the principles of the use of these sterilization cabinets.


The first is the dry heat sterilization cabinet, which may sound strange to everyone, because it will appear in some pharmaceutical factories, and its maximum working temperature can reach about three hundred and fifty degrees Celsius, and the use of PLC control, also has a dual heating function, so this dry heat sterilizer is suitable for some pharmaceutical manufacturers in the manufacture of some small sterile bottles.


The second type of sterilization cabinet is called pressure steam sterilization. The working principle of this model is completely different from the working principle of the above. A working environment is dry heat, and a working environment is hot and humid, the working principle of this kind of pressure steam is that when the pressure reaches about 200 kPa, it will release a lot of heat. The pressure of 200 kPa will make the temperature reach more than 150 degrees Celsius, at this time, the sterilization cabinet officially began to sterilize. After the sterilization work is completed, it will automatically draw out air to quickly dry the items, so as to achieve the effect of sterilization. The more thoroughly the air is discharged, then the sterilization effect is better.


The last one is the ultraviolet sterilization cabinet, because in the physical knowledge we have learned that the wavelength of purple light is relatively long, in a numerical range of violet light has a bactericidal effect, then the ultraviolet sterilization cabinet is the use of purple light sterilization this principle, as long as we will be stained with bacteria on the purple light irradiation, it has the effect of sterilization.

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