In general, if a product is made from polypropylene or PMP, it is suitable for autoclaving. We define an autoclave cycle as 121°C at 15 psi (1bar) for 20 minutes.
When autoclaving plastic bottles, care must be taken to ensure that the cap is completely loosened to prevent deformation of the bottle. Reattaching the cap before the bottle has sufficiently cooled will also cause deformation. To be extra sure we recommend completely removing the cap before autoclaving and attaching the cap to the side of the bottles with autoclave tape to keep track of the components.
If you’re unsure, items that are autoclavable can be identified with a red “A” symbol in our catalogues and on our website.