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3M™ Attest™ Rapid Readout Biological Indicator Test Packs for 250°F/121°C Gravity and 270°F/132°C Vacuum Assisted Steam Sterilizers 1296

Catalog Number 12963M ID 70200690868
  • Provides results in three hours.
  • Self-contained biological indicators significantly reduce possibility of contamination, minimizing false positives and assuring more accurate results.
  • Faster result time, making it possible to quarantine every load and eliminate recalls.
  • System can help reduce the costs associated with fighting infections - cost measured in both dollars and time spent.
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Specifications
Biological Indicator System
Rapid
Brand
Attest™
Cap Color
Brown
Clinical Area
Medical Device Reprocessing Department
Model
1296
Product Type
Biological Indicator
Product Use
Load Monitoring
Sterilization Method
Steam
Product Details
  • Provides results in three hours.
  • Self-contained biological indicators significantly reduce possibility of contamination, minimizing false positives and assuring more accurate results.
  • Faster result time, making it possible to quarantine every load and eliminate recalls.
  • System can help reduce the costs associated with fighting infections - cost measured in both dollars and time spent.
  • Color-coded for quick reference and easy use.
  • Test packs present a challenge to the sterilization process equivalent to the AAMI recommended towel pack

Rapid Readout Biological Indicator Test Pack for Steam 250°F/121°C gravity displacement or 270°F/132°C vacuum assisted sterilization cycles, Includes 25 test packs brown cap biological indicators only + 25 controls, 3 hour readout, Brown cap

Suggested Applications

  • Designed to monitor 250°F/121°C,≥ 40 minute gravity steam processes and 270°F/132°C, ≥ 4 minute vacuum-assisted steam processes