Sterigenics

About Sterigenics

Sterigenics is a leading global provider of outsourced terminal sterilization and irradiation services for the medical device, pharmaceutical, food safety and advanced applications markets. With our industry recognized scientific and technological expertise we help to ensure the safety of millions of patients and healthcare practitioners around the world every year. Across our 48 global facilities that span 13 countries, we offer our customers a complete range of outsourced terminal sterilization services, primarily using the three major sterilization technologies: gamma irradiation, ethylene oxide processing and electron beam irradiation as well as nitrogen dioxide sterilization and x-ray irradiation and expert advisory services. We are committed to addressing the growing need for sterilization in many parts of the world and partnering with our customers to eliminate threats to human health. Learn more about Sterigenics at www.sterigenics.com  

Safeguarding Global Health® - with every product we sterilize.

Certifications
  • US
  • 2016
    On CPhI since
  • 3
    Certificates
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Products from Sterigenics

  • Electron Beam

    Product Electron Beam

    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 With its low penetration and high dosage rates, electron beam (E-Beam) irradiation is best suited for use on low-density, uniformly packaged products. It can also be used to modify many types of polymers or to change the lattice structure of semiconductors to enhance performance.
  • Ethylene Oxide

    Product Ethylene Oxide

    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.
  • Gamma Irradiation

    Product Gamma Irradiation

    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 Using pure energy, gamma irradiation deeply penetrates products and their packaging to effectively kill microorganisms. Perfect for high-density products such as pre-filled syringes, medical devices and orthopedic products.

Sterigenics Resources

  • Video Packaging Considerations for Radiation Processing with Photons and Electrons

    This webinar will address: Treatment of packaging material with photon and electron radiation is an essential part of the sterilization process. The effect of irradiation on these materials is crucial for packaging engineering to understand the material effects. Many polymers used in the medical and pharmaceutical fields show some degree of degradation after radiation exposure, which can be determined either by visual or physical measurement. What mechanical properties are important, how are they tested and what degree of degradation might be allowed? This presentation contains a brief overview of ionizing radiation, and how it interacts with materials. Packaging considerations for gamma/X-Ray/electron beam radiations will be reviewed. This webinar originally aired as part of Pharmapack Europe 2021