one approach is to send the equipment you want
sterilized to an outside company. EarLens Corp
with good success, in that their transducers still work
properly after sterilization. They typically charge several
hundred bucks for a run.
Sending the equipment out to an outside firm puts the burden
on them to do it properly.
On Aug 25, 2011, at 9:08 AM, Tollin, Daniel wrote:
I have an unusual question. In order to make some
acoustic measurements inside a ‘clean’ facility on my campus I will
need to have all of my equipment sterilized, including my B&K mics (1/4”
Type 4938). For sensitive equipment (such as a microphone) a dry application
of chlorine dioxide gas will be used for the sterilization. Does anybody have
any experience with this? And should I be concerned about my microphones?
Thanks in advance!
Daniel J. Tollin, PhD
Sunil Puria, PhD
Depts. of ME & OHNS
200 Chesapeake Drive
Redwood City, CA 94063