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How Autoclave Works:

Most of the time when we went to any hospital or think about a surgery a very common question comes in our mind is this that how the same tools of surgery can be used again and again without any problem of passing the germs from one patient to another.

So when we are estimating about its answer we think that they can use these tools by cleaning or washing it again and again. But would we think that it is enough? Today we have an answer to your question, and the answer is Autoclave. The autoclave is used to sterilize all the living organisms on the tools.

Now we have one more answer for you that ‘How Autoclave Works’ or the ‘working of Autoclave’. So, Autoclave is a machine which produces a high pressure and temperature, and this situation is not possible for any kind of organisms to live there, in other words the organisms which are available on the tool can be vanish through this process.

The working of this machine is similar to the working of pressure cookers. It is used to cook the food faster than the microwave or other pots, because it cooks the food by generating the highest rate of pressure and temperature. Also the living microorganisms use the same process.

Types of Autoclave:

  • Downward Displacement
  • Negative Pressure Displacement
  • Positive Pressure Displacement
  • Triple Vacuum Autoclave

Advantages of sterilization:

  • A wide variety of materials can be treated.
  • All things killed quickly and efficiently.
  • No corrosion of carbon steel
  • Useful instruments you can’t autoclave

Disadvantages of sterilization:

  • During this process so many chemicals can be braked down.
  • Unsuitable for oils or powders that are impervious to heat.
  • May corrode carbon steel instruments.
  • Sometimes because of the mildness of the Plastic the sharp instruments can be dull.


Manufacturer and Suppliers of Lab Autoclaves in India we are also the leading suppliers of Research Lab Equipment.

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