Disinfectors, Formaldehyde/Ammonia, Enclosure
Definition : Disinfectors designed to kill or inactivate most of the microorganisms (e.g., fungi, viruses, bacteria) inside a relatively small volume (typically less than several cubic meters) container using an automated disinfection cycle based on the vaporization of formalin (i.e., a formaldehyde solution) and subsequent neutralization with ammonia, followed by evaporation of any residual formaldehyde at a temperature about 200?C (close to 400?F). These disinfectors consist of a preprogrammed stand-alone disinfecting unit that is placed inside the container to be disinfected and includes controls and a display that shows the progress of the disinfection procedure. Enclosure disinfectors are intended mainly for decontaminating laboratory microbiological safety cabinets and other microorganism devices intended for isolation (e.g., glove boxes).
Entry Terms : "Formaldehyde Vapor Disinfectors, Enclosure" , "Formalin Disinfectors, Enclosure" , "Disinfectors, Formaldehyde/Ammonia, Cabinet" , "Disinfectors, Formaldehyde/Ammonia, Box" , "Cabinet Disinfectors" , "Container Disinfectors"
UMDC code : 23496