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VHP Equipment Key Features:

Optimized Hydrogen Peroxide Utilization:

Our VHP equipment employs a precise control mechanism that guarantees a consistent and uniform distribution of hydrogen peroxide vapor, avoiding condensation and maintaining optimal concentration levels throughout the sterilization process.

Advanced Material Compatibility:

The innovative design prioritizes compatibility, reducing the risk of corrosion on sensitive surfaces, including color steel plates, ensuring your equipment and facilities remain in pristine condition.

Customizable Degradation System:

Post-sterilization, our customizable HPSD hydrogen peroxide degradation system activates to efficiently reduce VHP levels, such as degrading to 10ppm, before introducing fresh air via the HVAC system. This approach minimizes the corrosive effects of hydrogen peroxide and adheres to eco-friendly standards.

Intelligent Environmental Adaptation:

Unlike traditional methods that can lead to condensation and require robust corrosion resistance, our VHP sterilization equipment intelligently adapts to varying environmental parameters, providing consistent results without compromising the integrity of HVAC units and pipelines.

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Safe, Controlled, and Reliable:

Safety is paramount in our design philosophy. Every aspect of our VHP Sterilization Equipment is engineered for control and reliability. The equipment meets all necessary safety standards and protocols, ensuring a risk-free operation.

Tailored for Your Needs:

Understanding that every cleanroom has unique requirements, we offer tailored VHP solutions. Discuss your needs with our specialists, and we will configure the ideal system for your application—meeting the demands for audit trails, data integrity, and user management.

Environmental Responsibility:

We believe in providing solutions that are as environmentally responsible as they are effective. Our equipment is designed to leave a minimal environmental footprint, reflecting our commitment to sustainability.

Get in Touch:

Discover the difference in VHP sterilization with equipment that sets new benchmarks for cleanliness and operational excellence. Contact us to learn more about our products, request a demonstration or obtain a quote for a solution that puts your sterilization concerns to rest.


What materials are compatible with VHP?

Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) is compatible with a wide range of materials, including glass, stainless steel, plastics like polycarbonate and polypropylene, and anodized aluminum. Its gentle oxidation process does not damage these materials, making it ideal for diverse applications.


What is VHP sterilization?

VHP sterilization is a process using vaporized hydrogen peroxide to sterilize an enclosed area or equipment. It’s highly effective at eliminating bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores. The VHP is introduced as a vapor, enabling it to cover all surfaces thoroughly for complete sterilization.


Can you sterilize equipment with hydrogen peroxide?

Yes, you can sterilize equipment with hydrogen peroxide, particularly through its vaporized form. VHP sterilization is a well-established method for medical devices, laboratory equipment, and even electronic items as it reaches all surfaces and crevices without moisture.


What are the limitations of VHP sterilization?

While VHP sterilization is highly effective, it has some limitations, such as the need for a controlled environment to manage the VHP levels, temperature, and humidity. It may also be less effective on porous materials or complex instruments that trap air, which can prevent the VHP from contacting all surfaces.


Is VHP safe for electronics?

VHP is generally safe for electronics since it doesn’t condense into liquid form under proper conditions. Electronics are commonly sterilized using VHP because it doesn’t leave moisture that could cause damage. However, precautions should be taken to ensure that sensitive components are protected according to the manufacturer’s specifications.


Which packaging material is not compatible with hydrogen peroxide sterilization?

Materials like cellulose, paper, or other fiber-based materials are not compatible with hydrogen peroxide sterilization as they can absorb the vapor, which can lead to ineffective sterilization and potentially damage the material.


How long does VHP sterilization take?

The duration of a VHP sterilization cycle can vary depending on the size of the area, load, and system used. Generally, a cycle can range from 30 minutes to a few hours to ensure that adequate concentration levels are achieved and maintained for complete sterilization.


Does VHP leave residue?

VHP sterilization does not leave any toxic residue. It breaks down into water vapor and oxygen after the sterilization process, which means no additional cleaning is necessary, and the space or equipment can be used soon after treatment.


Is VHP heavier than air?

Vaporized hydrogen peroxide is slightly denser than air. This property allows it to uniformly disperse in an enclosed area, ensuring full coverage during the sterilization process. However, appropriate ventilation is necessary post-sterilization to clear any residual VHP and maintain a safe environment.

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