Are you concerned about getting Anthrax from your incoming mail?
is what you can do - Use a Sterilizer.
you put your mail thru a sterilization process, the actual letters
would remain mostly intact, good as new. Any printed material will
be mostly unaffected by the sterilization. You should note, however,
that handwritten letters in pen or marker may become slightly smudged.
Any form of bacteria - not just the Anthrax - which may be in the letter you receive, will most likely be killed, as long as the simple sterilization cycle is run correctly.
Here is the steam sterilizer that will work for you:
Order now, and
send all your daily mail into a sterilizer.
you receive anthrax in an envelope, here are some suggestions
for what you can do:
"Spore destruction requires steam sterilization"
Source: Biological Warfare Defense Information Sheet;
The U.S. Navy Manual on Operational Medicine and Fleet Support;
Section on Anthrax and Biological Warfare
In his book Principals and Methods of Sterilization in Health Sciences (Published by Charles Thomas Publishing, Springfield, Ill.) John Perkins shows clearly three different strains of B.anthracis and the most resilient is killed at 212F in 15 minutes. When we sterilize we use 273F and the process is much quicker.
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destruction requires steam sterilization"