Category Archives: Bioreduction

E-BEAM does Boston (BIOMEDevice Boston, that is)

This April will find the E-BEAM team enjoying all Boston has to offer: walking the Freedom Trail, checking out Fenway Park, and of course too many (is there such a thing?) cannoli at Mike’s Pastry. And one more thing: the BIOMEDevice Boston show, on April 18th-19th.

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At home with electrons

At this point, if you’ve read through a number of our blog entries you might be thinking, “Okay, this electron beam thing is REALLY cool, but I’m not a medical device manufacturer or a resin supplier, so it doesn’t really affect me.” In actuality, you might be surprised to learn that products modified by electron […]

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The Story of E-BEAM Services: Sterilization

We are E-BEAM Services, we are committed to the power of electrons, and we are electron sterilization. In the video below, you will discover how E-BEAM Services has revolutionized the sterilization market with the power of electrons.     Transcript The story of E-BEAM Services is the story of commitment. Commitment to the power of […]

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What is bioreduction and how does E-BEAM Services accomplish it?

Bioreduction is a general term for reducing the number of microorganisms, or bioburden, in a product, sometimes referred to as “killing bugs.” Sterilization is a special case of bioreduction that has specific requirements set by a regulatory body such as the FDA. If a product is labeled as “sterile”, it must meet those requirements.

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What can I expect from E-BEAM as a company?

Let me tell you a story. In June of 2013, I was standing in our booth at the MD&M show in Philadelphia when I turned to face a stately looking gentleman holding some sort of medical device in his hand. He was shaking his head, saying “you sterilization guys have a history of horrible service.” […]

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