Steam generator boilers: improving the efficiency of autoclaves?

Autoclaves have gained a lot of popularity within the medical field thanks to several factors like reliability and ease of use. However, their efficiency also depends on the steam source you choose for them, an element which should definitely not be overlooked when making your choice. In Celitron’s next article, we will delve deeper into the connection autoclaves have with steam, and why you should consider using a steam generator boiler, which achieves higher efficiency through “clean steam”!

Autoclave machines: what factors play a role in their price?

Among the many factors one needs to consider before buying an autoclave machine, price is definitely an important one. After all, no one wants to spend more than necessary, but price tags should not be the only thing you to look out for before making your purchase, and they are also not the only thing that will affect the costs of using an autoclave machine.

Autoclaves for pipettes and other laboratory glassware: the importance of correct sterilization

In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss how pipettes are different from other loads that can be put in autoclaves, and what kind of steam sterilizers you should use to be able to sterilize them properly!

Cannabis waste solutions: the correct management of leftover marijuana

Since its legalization in many parts of the world, the budding marijuana industry has grown significantly over the last few years in recreational and medicinal use. Still, as is the case with any other industry, production and consumption growth also results in more waste as well. Regulations can differ from county to country, and appropriate disposal methods are not always clearly defined.

Vaccine waste disposal – how to treat hazardous pharmaceutical waste onsite

The correct disposal of vaccine waste has always been a prominent challenge in the pharmaceutical industry. As these are considered to be hazardous pharmaceutical waste, many medical facilities must face the difficulties that can arise with the proper storage and transportation guidelines concerning leftover materials that can still be considered a risk to patient and staff safety. What if there was a solution that could lift some of this burden, without compromising safety and effectiveness?