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3M™ Comply™ (Thermalog™) Steam Chemical Integrator 2134MM

3M ID 7000053626UPC 50707387469196
  • Moving front ink technology provides easy to read 'Safe or Unsafe' result
  • Can be used in all 250-275ºF steam sterilization cycles
  • Response correlates results correlate with a Biological Indicator at three time/temperature relationships under ideal steam sterilization conditions
  • Confirmed by BSI, a leading global independent Product Testing Service Company, to meet the performance requirements of ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11140-1:2005 Class 5
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Specifications
Brand
Comply™
Model
2134MM
Product Type
Chemical Indicator
Product Use
Pack Monitoring
Sterilisation Method
Steam
Product Details
  • Moving front ink technology provides easy to read 'Safe or Unsafe' result
  • Can be used in all 250-275ºF steam sterilization cycles
  • Response correlates results correlate with a Biological Indicator at three time/temperature relationships under ideal steam sterilization conditions
  • Confirmed by BSI, a leading global independent Product Testing Service Company, to meet the performance requirements of ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11140-1:2005 Class 5
  • Identifies non-sterile instruments before they enter the sterile field
  • Helps identify sterilization process failures by isolating individual pack problems

3M™ Comply™ (Thermalog™) Steam Chemical Integrator 2134MM is a Class 5 Integrating Integrator that meet the performance requirements of ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11140-1:2005. Use for pack control monitoring of all 250-275ºF steam sterilization cycles.

As an internal pack monitor, the 3M™ Comply™ (Thermalog™) Steam Chemical Integrator Class 5 Steam Chemical Integrators offer immediate, accurate and easy to read method of monitoring the sterilization process conditions inside each pack. It can be used in all steam sterilizers. The easy-to-read moving front style has been shown to have a higher reading accuracy than color interpretation style indicators.