In an emergency, an ordinary bake oven can be employed as a sterilizer.
After this they are taken out of the sterilizer, and are ready for distribution.
In one corner stands a sterilizer, steaming pleasantly like a tea kettle.
The jars should be immediately placed in the sterilizer after being packed.
For one thing, I noticed that he had, in a sterilizer, some peculiar granular tissue that had been sent to him from a hospital.
In putting the jars of food into the sterilizer, place them upright and allow them to rest on the rack in the bottom.
If the filled jars have cooled, they should be warmed before placing them in the sterilizer by putting them in hot water.
The boiling time should be counted from the instant the water in the sterilizer begins to bubble violently.
Any large receptacle that will hold sufficient water may be used as a sterilizer.
When a jar thus packed comes from the sterilizer the berries or fruit are not floating as they would be if they were not scalded.
sterilizer ster·il·iz·er (stěr'ə-lī'zər)
An apparatus for rendering objects aseptic.
sterilize ster·il·ize (stěr'ə-līz')
v. ster·il·ized, ster·il·iz·ing, ster·il·iz·es
To make free from live bacteria or other microorganisms.
To deprive a person or an animal of the ability to produce offspring, as by removing the reproductive organs.