Subject: Why is wet heat more effecitve than dry heat in sanitization?
Date: Thu Jun 16 21:45:05 2005
Posted by FK
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Usually the time/temperature requirements are lower for both sanitization and
sterilization for wet heat vs. dry heat? What accounts for this difference?
When a certain temperature is mentioned I assume the surface temperature gets
upto that temperature regardless of wet or dry heat. Thanks. FK.
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