Ethylene Oxide Gas

Ethylene Oxide Gas

Ethylene oxide, called oxirane by IUPAC, is an organic compound with the formula C ₂H ₄O.
Based on a gas diffusion process, Ethylene Oxide (EO or ETO) is capable of sterilizing and rendering products free of viable microorganisms.

Ethylene oxide

is a flammable, colorless gas used to make other chemicals that are used in making a range of products, including antifreeze, textiles, plastics, detergents and adhesives.

Description

Cylinder diameter:φ850mm
Material:Stainless Steel
Volume:800L
Cylinder Height:1561mm
weight:184kg
Fill with pure EO gas:630kg

raw material ethylene oxide origin Sinopec2#-2019-02-350
quantity 3 ton way Bottle sampling
inspection standard GB/T 13098-2008
item index measured value conclusion
C2H4O % ≧99.95 99.99 up to standard
appearance Colorless transparent, no mechanical impurities Colorless transparent, no mechanical impurities up to standard
Total aldehydes (in acetaldehyde) % ≦0.003 Check in COA up to standard
Acid (in acetic acid) ≦0.002 Check in COA up to standard
CO2 % ≦0.001 ˂0.0005 up to standard
H2O % ≦0.01 0.0062 up to standard
hazen ≦5 Check in COA up to standard
Inspector;                     date:2019.02.25

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Ethylene Oxide is capable of sterilizing at low temperatures, enabling the sterilization of many plastic, composite, and other temperature-sensitive devices.
Additionally, it penetrates packaging materials and diffuses into the channels and crevices of complicated medical devices, including entire palletized loads of devices,
destroying pathogens and assuring sterility of the product.
Ethylene Oxide is also utilized to sterilize, fumigate, and reduce microbial load for a variety of other products including spices
and seasonings, cosmetics, aseptic packaging, laboratory materials, pharmaceuticals, artifacts, archival materials, and library objects.