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What do you know about ionization?

Every day ionization helps to save lives, to preserve people's health and protect the environment.

All over the world, there are ionization factories offering risk-free operation for effective sterilisation of medical supplies required by surgeons and other hospital professionals in operating theatres or other treatment (e.g. syringes, needles, surgical gloves, compresses, operative fields, implants, bags for intravenous solutions etc.). materiel medical

Babies' bottles used in large numbers in premature units are irradiated to eliminate any risk of infection at this crucial stage in the life of a premature baby.

Artificial hip prostheses are sterilised so as to reduce the risk of infection and postoperative complications.

Astronauts eat irradiated food to avoid food poisoning during a space mission.

Food packaging is irradiated to prevent contamination from bacteria and to preserve food. The commonest examples are packaging for dairy produce and fruit juice or cream containers.

Wine bottle corks are irradiated to kill the yeasts responsible for the "corked" taste that spoils a wine.

Spices are irradiated to destroy pathogens and dangerous insect parasites with which they are very often contaminated.

All over the world, a broad range of foodstuffs are irradiated to reduce waste, increase a product's shelf life during storage, and to kill dangerous micro-organisms that can cause illness or even death.
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