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How to sterilize and disinfect stainless steel microbial reactor?

Data: 2021-04-14

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How to sterilize and disinfect stainless steel microbial reactor?
In the production process, in order to ensure that the  is in a sterile and non-polluting state during use, we all need to carry out comprehensive and thorough disinfection and sterilization of stainless steel 316L bioreactor.

Because, how can we not only ensure the quality of work, but also thoroughly disinfect and sterilize the stainless steel fermentation tanks? Let us take a look together below.

If you want to perform a thorough disinfection and sterilization process, you first need to sterilize the air filter combined with the bioreactor with steam, and then dry it with air. 

After the sterilization treatment in the reactor, the long-term accumulated sewage in the feed pipe of stainless steel  bioreactor is discharged and cleaned.


Especially when stainless steel 316L bioreactor work is in progress, each vent hole in the tank must be unblocked. It should be noted that the exhaust volume of each exhaust hole should not be too large, and everything should be based on saving the amount of gas used.

Wait until the pressure inside the microbial reactor is lower than the air pressure, and then directly input sterile air into the bioreactor, so that the requirements for thorough disinfection and sterilization can be achieved.

The microbial reactors are all made of 316L stainless steel. The inner surface of the tank is mirror-polished to ensure that there are no sanitary corners. The fully enclosed design ensures that the materials are always in a sterile state.
Sterilization type Stainless Steel 316L bioreactor
The 316L stainless steel bioreactor developed by the Paragon laboratory bioreactor supplier comes with an excellent automated sterilization program, equipped with a steam generator for sterilization, and is used in the microbiology laboratory of scientific research institutions to ensure the effective conduct of microbial fermentation experiments.