Dry Heat Sterilization

Dry heat sterilization eliminates, removes, kills or deactivates all forms of life and other biological agents (such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, spore forms and prions) by raising the temperature of an item to above 320°F. Heated air or steam can be used in this process. Our lab sterilizers are ideal for laboratory and pharmaceutical applications. Dry heat ovens have several advantages over steam autoclaves, including higher temperatures and the ability to sterilize materials that might be damaged by steam or are impenetrable to moist heat. It is the most effective sterilization method, with lower energy and cost.

Why Choose Gruenberg for Dry Heat Sterilization?

When it comes to ensuring the safety and efficacy of your products, there's no room for compromise. Gruenberg Dry Heat Sterilizers set the benchmark for precision, reliability, and long-term value:

Premium Quality

  • Robust, welded 304 stainless steel construction designed for demanding environments.
  • High-performance insulation maximizes energy efficiency.
  • Modular design ensures easy installation and flexibility for future adaptations.

Superior Performance

  • High-volume airflow systems designed for exceptional temperature uniformity, meeting even the tightest tolerances (±5°F or better)
  • PrecisionFlo™ airflow for rapid and consistent heating.
  • HEPA filtration maintains chamber cleanliness and prevents contamination during operation.

Total Process Control

  • Intuitive color touchscreens and advanced control systems for reliable process management and data acquisition.
  • Safety features include sequential door locking and chamber override for operator protection.
  • Exceeds industry standards, including NFPA 86 Class "B" rating. Experience the Gruenberg difference. Contact us today to discuss your dry heat sterilization needs

Experience the Gruenberg difference. Contact us today to discuss your dry heat sterilization needs.


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