Autoclave Testing Service

March 1, 1997
Since 1986, Autoclave Testing Service has provided biological sporicidal testing on all types of office sterilizers and autoclaves. Sporicidal testing is part of CDC guidelines. Regular testing prevents the spread of communicable disease and provides peace of mind. The test is simple and inexpensive. A fresh test is sent each time to ensure proper shelf life and serve as a reminder. An attractive display certificate is offered free to weekly and monthly customers who wish to inform their patient

Since 1986, Autoclave Testing Service has provided biological sporicidal testing on all types of office sterilizers and autoclaves. Sporicidal testing is part of CDC guidelines. Regular testing prevents the spread of communicable disease and provides peace of mind. The test is simple and inexpensive. A fresh test is sent each time to ensure proper shelf life and serve as a reminder. An attractive display certificate is offered free to weekly and monthly customers who wish to inform their patients that their sterilizer is monitored constantly by a third party. For details, call (203) 325-3462.

AUTOCLAVE TESTING SERVICE

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