Hydrogen peroxide vapour material compatibility
Bioquell's scientific research regularly conducts tests to ascertain the effect of hydrogen peroxide vapour (H2O2) on various commonly encountered materials which may be exposed to both dry and saturated H2O2 during a gassing cycle.
This helps to provide a robust indication as to the effects of H2O2 based on scientific evidence. The method of producing the hydrogen peroxide vapour throughout these tests is consistent and comparable across the entire range of Bioquell's hydrogen peroxide vapour decontamination equipment.
It is important to understand that the test cycles are intentionally designed to be generally more destructive than the actual gassing environment. They are intended to apply a severe exposure to the test material in order to ensure that, under normal gassing conditions, there no likelihood of damage.
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