Saturday 8 June 2024

Why hydrogen peroxide decontamination cycles can fail

Image designed by Tim Sandle.

When it works well, hydrogen peroxide in vapor or areolized form can be an effective means of ‘no-touch’ biodecontamination. However, operational limitations can create technical challenges for industrial‐scale adoption and inconsistency in the method of delivery can sometimes lead to fragility affecting the reproducibility of cycles.

This week’s article looks at hydrogen peroxide in the vapor or autolyzed form and considers what can result in cycle failures

See: Sandle on hydrogen peroxide decontamination

 Posted by Dr. Tim Sandle, Pharmaceutical Microbiology Resources (

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