The Dry Heat Sterilization process is the accomplishment through conduction where heat is forced onto the exterior of any items surface and passed through it level by level and in turn, makes the item reach the proper level of heat, which sterilizes it.
This dry heat process kills off any bacterial spores, microscopic germs, and organisms by using this heat but at an extreme level without damaging the item.
The reason for the dry heat is that certain items used in the sterilized area and procedure may or cannot be made wet like powders, oils, and items of this like.
This process of dry heating kills all these dangerous organisms the method known as destructive oxidation.
By destroying the essential cell constituents of large contaminated biomolecules, eg proteins, at high temperatures for almost an hour which eventually causes the organism to die.