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Plasma sterilization as an economic large-scale sterilization. Sterilization is not to change materials. It must be made sure that germs are killed. This unique sterilization procedure (LTP) has been shown to be effective in clinics and industry for more than ten years. Our sterilization equipment Steriplas 1000 assures a speedy and residue-free sterilization – particularly for thermo-sensitive products. No regulations by environmental authorities need to be observed, which is another important aspect of this procedure.


  • Low operating temperature of 45-55°C
  • Energy-efficient
  • Short circulation times of instruments
  • Sterilization becomes part of the production process
  • Highly suitable for thermosensitive plastics
  • Highly suitable for high quality electronic components
  • No deformation or discoloration of plastics
  • Gentle treatment of sterilized products
  • No risk of corrosion
  • The procedure is run on a dry basis


  • Products may be sterilized after packaging
  • Double packaging is possible
  • Simple loading through the use of a loading cart
  • Online monitoring of process parameters



  • Steriplas 1000 with 1m³ sterilization chamber
  • Steriplas 2000 with 2m³ sterilization chamber
  • Steriplas 3000 with 3m³ sterilization chamber



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