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Re: calorimeter and sterilizers

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Posted by glenn britland on February 26, 2002 at 14:06:09:

In Reply to: Re: calorimeter and sterilizers posted by mike on February 25, 2002 at 07:18:00:

: I am having the same trouble. I can fax you a steam quaility test procedure from a Amsco customer training manual if you want. It details all the procedures that are needed to do a quality of steam test. : : i'm having a problem with wet loads in our sterilizers at the hospital where i work. the Castle company says the machines spec out! I have repiped the steam feeds to the machines with 1} spirax separator with f&t traps
: : : 2} new spence prv's, and steam filters with thermo-dynamic traps, machines continue to do wet loads, castle co maintains we have wet steam, I need to test the staem at the sterilizers and am told the way to do this is by a calorimeter! I can find no one in my area who has any or much knowledge of this, this has become a key issue at the hospital and any help would be greatly appreceted !!

hi Mike I have tried several times to reply your your email address but it keeps bouncing back as undelivereable, I would indeed like a copy of that amsco manual, my fax number is 401 793 2314
thanks glenn britland

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