Low temperature sterilization is a method of sterilization used in healthcare facilities designed for heat and moisture-sensitive devices that may be susceptible to damage from a steam sterilization cycle. A common type of low temperature sterilization is vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilization (also known as VH2O2 sterilization).
STERIS V-PRO® Low Temperature Sterilization Systems use a gentle, non-plasma process to sterilize a wide range of medical devices and materials, such as endoscopes, cameras, batteries, and ultrasound probes. Confirm that your medical devices and accessories are compatible for processing in a V-PRO Sterilizer here.
How do V-PRO Sterilizers compare with other low temperature sterilizers? Use this chart to explore the differences between V-PRO Sterilizers and other common VH2O2 sterilizers based on important factors like chamber size, cycle time, utilities, electronic record keeping capabilities and more.