A benchtop autoclave is a small, tabletop-sized sterilisation device that uses high pressure and temperature to sterilize laboratory and medical equipment, media, and other items. It is designed for use in smaller laboratories or medical settings where there is a need for frequent sterilization of smaller volumes of equipment and materials.
The benchtop autoclave works by using steam under high pressure and temperature to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that may be present on the items being sterilized. The autoclave typically has a chamber where the items to be sterilized are placed, and the steam is generated and pumped into the chamber to create the high-pressure environment necessary for sterilization.
Benchtop autoclaves are available in a range of sizes, from small tabletop models to larger models that can handle larger volumes of materials. They are commonly used in hospitals, medical practices and research laboratories, dental offices, podiatrists, vets and manufacturing and other settings where frequent sterilisation is required.
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