Hydrogen Peroxide Vapor as a Utility

Art Papineau
Product Manager | VHP Solutions
STERIS | Life Sciences | Capital Equipment Solutions

Choosing the correct biodecontamination method for your facility, isolator, decon chamber, etc. can be challenging for even the most knowledgeable and experienced personnel given all of the products available on the market today. Products ranging from formulated chemistries to chlorine dioxide to hydrogen peroxide with delivery methods encompassing manual, mobile, and integrated.

Since, hydrogen peroxide vapor’s introduction to the market more than 25 years ago by STERIS Corporation, the technology has continued to evolve over time to tackle new applications and markets. In pharmaceutical manufacturing, the technology was first applied to filling line and sterility test isolators. In a recent International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) meeting, it was stated that 95+% of all filling line isolators utilize hydrogen peroxide decontamination technology for sterility assurance. With the technology’s acceptance in these critical applications, the technology has quickly evolved to biodecontamination of rooms and complete facilities.

Hydrogen Peroxide Vapor as a UtilityToday, hydrogen peroxide vapor technology can be deployed as a utility to be used in a prophylactic manner versus event response. As a utility, the technology can be directly integrated into isolators, chambers, and material pass through enclosures as well as deployed as part of a building management system for room and complete facility biodecontamination.

Whatever your need, whether mobile or integrated, hydrogen peroxide vapor technology has a solution!

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