Meaning autoclave
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A chamber for sterilizing with steam under pressure. The original autoclave was essentially a pressure cooker in which steam tightened the lid.
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A device that uses steam under high pressure to sterilize medical and laboratory supplies and equipment.
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A device used to sterilize instruments with the use of pressurized steam.
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1880, from French, literally "self-locking," from auto- "self" (see auto-) + Latin clavis "key" (see slot (n.2)).
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an airtight, steam-heated device used to sterilize medical instruments.
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A machine used to sterilise instruments or materials with high pressure and heat or pressurised steam.
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A heat-treating chamber which applies pressure and heat to a material during the curing process of graphite shafts.
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A heat-treating chamber which applies pressure and heat to a material during the curing process of graphite shafts. 
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A pressurized heating device used for shaft construction. The autoclave is a heat treating chamber which applies pressure and high temperature to a material in order to cure it. Autoclaves are also us [..]
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A pressurized heating device used for shaft construction. The autoclave is a heat treating chamber which applies pressure and high temperature to a material in order to cure it.
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an apparatus using superheated high pressure steam for sterilization, vulcanization and other processes.
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A pressure vessel into which steam or other vapour can be introduced at a suitably high temperature to sterilize packages or other objects placed therein. Small autoclaves are normally used for steril [..]
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A chamber in which an environment of steam and high pressure is produced. Used in curing of concrete products and in the testing of hydraulic cement for soundness.
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  1. An enclosed chamber in which substances are heated under pressure to sterilize utensils, liquids, glassware, etc., using steam. The routine method uses steam pressure of 103.4×103
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A strong vessel used for the lamination of glass under hugh pressure and controlled temperature conditions.
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A laboratory device to sterilize equipment, supplies and waste by subjecting them to high pressure steam at 121° C or more. Lab 8 - Tissue Culture
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A vessel that employs high-pressure and heat. In the glass industry, used to produce a bond between glass and PVB or urethane sheet, creating a laminated glass product.
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A strong vessel used for the lamination of glass under hugh pressure and controlled temperature conditions.
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A machine that uses pressurized steam to sterilize reusable tattoo equipment, such as steel tattoo tubes and autoclavable tattoo grips. (Learn more about how autoclaves use steam to sterilize tattoo i [..]
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Also known as a sterilizer, this closed device exposes items to steam at a high pressure in order to decontaminate and sterizie reusable materials. Items to be sterilized must be made of metal or othe [..]
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1. An enclosed chamber in which substances are heated under pressure to sterilize utensils, liquids, glassware, etc., using steam. The routine method uses steam pressure of 103.4×103 Pa at 121°C for [..]
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(n) a device for heating substances above their boiling point; used to manufacture chemicals or to sterilize surgical instruments(v) subject to the action of an autoclave
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A device that uses heat and pressure to 'cure' carbon fibre, the primary material Formula One cars are made of.
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a closed container that provides controlled heat and pressure conditions. B B-stage - an intermediate stage in the reaction of certain thermosetting resins in which the materials soften when heated an [..]
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a method of cleaning that uses super-heated steam under pressure
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a steam-pressure vessel that sterilizes by steam under pressure at temperature above 1000 C.
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colloquial term for steam under pressure steriliser, the more appropriate term is steam under pressure sterilisation
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A machine used to sterilize
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A device that is used to sterilize instruments and supplies.
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A commercial pressure cooker, bigger in size than would be seen in a domestic situation and usually built for a specific purpose. Usually used to sterilize utensils and equipment in medical locations [..]
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A strong pressurized and heated vessel that is used to oxidize refractory gold ore in a wet environment. Autogenous grinding
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  Apparatus for sterilization by steam pressure usually at 250
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A machine used to sterilize medical utensils and some hair removal devices.
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A sterilizing device employing steam under pressure.
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A machine used to sterilize medical utensils and some hair removal devices.
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Apparatus in which using superheated steam under extreme pressure for purification purposes.
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