The H2O2 Steritrace II steriliser with its compressed air dehumidification process allows an equilibrated HPV bio-decontamination between dry phases and micro-condensation. The secure condition of the 35% ultra pure liquid H2O2 in dedicated Getinge vials which have an RFID chip, enables H2O2 consumption to be monitored and prevents any unexpected failure.
Traceability and monitoring are possible using a touchscreen Siemens 700 with a hierarchy access.
Saving time, space and money when located in a class D environment, the Isoflex eliminates all the risks of exogenous contamination within its class A workstations.
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