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Sterilization MethodUses high-pressure steam (often at 121°C or 250°F) to kill microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, spores) on instruments, labware, and other materials.
Efficient SterilizationSteam effectively penetrates materials, ensuring thorough sterilization.
Adjustable Settings (in most models)Allows for customizing sterilization cycles with various temperature, pressure, and time combinations for different needs.
Safety Features (in most models)May include door interlock systems, pressure relief valves, and automatic shut-off mechanisms to minimize operational risks.
  • Sterilizing surgical instruments and medical equipment
  • Decontaminating laboratory glassware and culture media
  • Sterilizing biological materials and waste
  • Preparing culture media for microbiological studies
This table highlights the key functionalities and applications of an Autoclave. It emphasizes its use of high-pressure steam for efficient sterilization, the ability to adjust settings for various needs (in most models), safety features (in most models), and its widespread applications in healthcare, research laboratories, and waste management.

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