Ethylene oxide sterilization is a chemical procedure containing of four main variables: humidity, temperature, gas concentration and time. EO is an alkylating instrument that disturbs the DNA of microorganisms, which avoids them from replicating. The EO penetrates the breathable packaging and sterilizes all accessible surfaces of the product to render products sterile by alkylation of proteins essential for cell reproduction.
Supreme Eto sterilization shapes include three dissimilar phases. These can be parted into three altered cells dependent on the size or amount of devices to treat:
- Pre Conditioning