Ethylene Oxide

Ethylene Oxide
Product Description

There is much to consider when choosing a sterilization technology. Sterigenics’ expert advisors look forward to working with you to understand and achieve your unique product goals. We offer all major sterilization technologies: Gamma Irradiation, Ethylene Oxide & Electron Beam as well as innovative sterilization solutions  and validation practices at our state-of-the-art facilities EO sterilization is achieved all in one chamber, effectively permeating packaging and minimizing residuals. We offer advanced Ethylene Oxide (EO) processing in accordance with the ISO 11135 standard at facilities in North America, Central America, Europe and Asia.

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  • US
  • 2016
    On CPhI since
  • 3
    Certificates
Contract Service

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