Sterilizing work spaces and containers is an important part of working with sensitive cells. As a highly efficient antimicrobial agent, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is often used to sterilize materials entering a clean environment.
Peroxide residues can however be left behind, which can have a negative impact. The best way to guarantee that there is no H2O2 residue in your bottles after sterilization is to ensure that none enters in the first place.
Download our application note now to see testing that shows H2O2 does not enter our bottles during vaporized exposure or spray application.