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Addressing Difficulties in Post-Pandemic Manufacturing World

The world is three years into a global pandemic. We’ve seen stunning examples of professional dedication, international cooperation, and medical advancement over the last several years. But we’ve also had […]

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Retort vs. Autoclave: When to Use Which

Priorclave produces steam autoclaves for research and development in a number of sectors, including the food and beverage industry. While we do not produce an industrial-sized retort for food processing, […]

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Avoid Steam Autoclave Installation Nightmares with a Quick “Site Survey”

As a matter of course, Priorclave sales director Lee Oakley likes to be certain that a site survey is completed as early as possible—well before a buyer has placed an […]

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Why Do I Need a Water Softener? Hard-Water Operation is Hard on Your Autoclave

When water is especially high in minerals like calcium carbonate and magnesium, we call it hard water. Roughly 85 percent of the United States has hard water.  It’s perfectly safe […]

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Ideal Autoclaves for CROs (Contract Research Organizations/Clinical Research Organizations)

The increasing pace of scientific discovery—and increasing demand to quickly apply those abstract discoveries to solving real-world problems—has put ever more pressure on biotech companies and researchers to get more […]

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Making Culture Media Sterilization Easy

A frequent, high-volume, essential task like culture media sterilization should be simple, automated, and efficient. It happens so often, and so many other systems and processes rely on it. If […]

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How to Sterilize Ashes without Fire: Aquamation “Water Cremation” Sterilization

If you’ve ever wondered how to sterilize ashes without flame cremation, alkaline hydrolysis is increasingly the answer. Also called “aquamation” (as in “water-cremation”) this is an innovative approach to the […]

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Tap Water and Sterilization (pt. 2): Is Tap Water Bad for Your Sterilization Process?

This is the second in our two-part series of blog posts hoping to clarify (ha!) issues around tap water quality and the impact it may have on sterilization in your […]

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Tap Water and Sterilization (pt. 1): Is Tap Water Bad for Your Steam Autoclave? 

We’ve noticed a recent uptick in concerns about water quality and its impact on sterilization and steam autoclave operation. It seems like the biggest source of confusion is a lack […]

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Culture Media Sterilization: How to Dispose of Polystyrene Agar Plates

The process for sterilizing and disposing of polystyrene agar plates should look familiar: culture media sterilization is already a step somewhere in any lab’s workflow already. Agar plates, like a […]

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Now Is Not the Time to Waste Water

These last 22-years have been the driest since the year 800, according to a new study. Not only that, but “the 21st century has been substantially drier than the previous […]

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Medical Device Lifecycle Testing: More is Better

Life-saving surgeries rely, more and more often, on increasingly complex surgical tools. Meanwhile, the global climate crisis increasingly demands we rely less on single-use surgical instruments and medical supplies. This […]

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