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Autoclave Temperature Measurement

Posted on July 29, 2013

 

The Autoclave processing environment can present an interesting set of challenges.

  • Is the drain measurement representative of the load?
  • Is the load uniformly heated?
  • How many wall penetrations are required to insure proper processing?
  • Large chambers required to sanitize large items create sensor cables routed in may places.

From Autoclave as small as those used in a dental office or hospital, to systems large enough to laminate airplane wings, the challenges present themselves in many ways.  The team at Burns have frequent conversations about the issues as they related to the measurement need with multiple autoclave users.

 

See earlier post about the Autoclave load measurement challenges.

 

Each of these systems present unique challenges including access into the chamber, confined or complex maintenance access, and measurement at the point of highest interest; on the actual item(s) being processed.

 

We have responded to these concerns with several products designed for this exact environment.  The SA series of Autoclave instruments are water tight, durable and built for the demands of multiple Autoclave systems.  See the entire Autoclave family.

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