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Understanding Critical Measurement Parameters in
Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide Bio-decontamination

Understanding Critical Measurement Parameters in Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide Bio-decontamination

The relationships between temperature, relative humidity, and relative saturation 

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Because vaporized hydrogen peroxide leaves no residue and is efficient for bio-decontamination in room temperature, it is used widely in applications such as isolators, transfer hatches and in different facilities that require reliable decontamination.

When performing bio-decontamination with vaporized hydrogen peroxide, relative saturation is the only parameter that accurately represents the true saturation level; that is, the point at which you can expect condensation to occur.

This white paper from Vaisala outlines ways in which different humidity and H2O2 ppm levels can be leverages to effectively kill microorganisms in applications requiring bio-decontamination.

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