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The ConFirm strips contain both Bacillus stearothermophilus and Bacillus subtilis spores and therefore may be used to test all sterilization processes-steam, chemical vapor, dry heat and ethylene oxide. Mail-in sterilizer monitoring service provides: test results in 24 hours, the ability to check results online, a free reminder program, peace of mind and sterility assurance. Easy to use: 1) Sterilize, 2) Mail, 3) Get results, 4) Get proof. Economical, one of the most cost- effective methods of biological monitoring.
Confirm biological monitoring services include: culturing service, immediate test failure notification, confidential online test results, reminder if you forget to test, expired product replacement program, certificate of participation, quarterly results report. Does not include prepaid envelopes.
In-office system for monitoring steam sterilizers. Easy to use and interpret. Results in 24 hours. Simply process vial in a normal sterilizer cycle. Then activate vial, incubate, and record results. If any spores survive the process, the vial medium will turn yellow. The incubator is 24 volt and holds up to 14 indicators. Indicators are also compatible with the current 3M Attest incubator.
Economical tape with chemical indicator. Used to seal sterilization packaging and verify steam sterilization processing.
For use in 100% EO and EO/HCFC gas mixtures. Long stripe of chemical indicator ink printed on perforated-style strip. Allows full- or half-length use in different pack sizes. Indicator changes color from red to green when exposed to ethylene oxide sterilization conditions.
An internal pack chemical indicator for use in STERPAD¬ Sterilization Processes (Model 50, 100S, and 200). Indicator changes from blue to pink when exposed to vapor hydrogen peroxide. Indicator color does not fade when exposed to light.
For use inside pouches, cassettes and packs. Chemical ink turns dark upon exposure to heat and steam. Use as part of sterilization quality assurance and meets CDC guideline for internal indicator.
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