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  • adj. Able to be sterilized; able to go through sterilization.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being sterilized.


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sterilize +‎ -able


  • BTHC is not steam sterilizable, while DINP tolerates steam sterilization better than DEHP.

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  • It's completely sterilizable, it's also a trivet so I can set pots on it right off the burner, and you can get them big enough to leave out and protect whatever is your most used bit of counter.

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  • And, as an aside, I'm wondering why you would replace an easily sterilizable, nonporous plastic implement with a highly porous, nigh-uncleanable wooden one.

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  • Additional features include an easily replaceable bulb system and a sterilizable handle.

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  • A large selection of highly conductive reusable, sterilizable cryotips and disposable plastic shields are available.

  • The Flex Focus 700 is small, lightweight, and supports a wide range of sterilizable transducers.


  • * Surgical transducers from BK Medical are all sterilizable


  • This is also the first BPA-free, sterilizable glass mister with a patented filtering system that is made especially for people who like to make herb flavored oils without clogging the sprayer.


  • MediPEEK-IM advantages are biocompatibility, mechanical strength/toughness, superior hydrolysis and chemical resistance with excellent dimensional stability, is sterilizable and radio translucent.

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  • Some materials are sterilizable, making them ideal for the medical, pharmaceutical and food packaging industries.

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