Combined Shredding and sterilization treatment to guarantees the quality of infectious waste treatment.
The treatment, which takes place in a hermetically sealed environment, eliminates the risk of aerosol transmission and the emission of unpleasant odors.
Mechanical grinding ( shredding) is extremely effective and reduces waste into small pieces, no longer identifiable which will enable guarantee steam penetartion during sterilization process to enable steam to touch directly all microrganism and guarantee no any physical barrier between steam and microrganisms.
Shredding into small pieces of the waste favors the elimination of the air in the preliminary vacuum phase and the penetration of saturated steam in the following phase, guaranteeing the effectiveness of the sterilization process and eliminating the risk of biological pollution or transmission of infections
The device is made with innovative construction techniques, developed specifically for this type of application, with safe sterile drainage discharges and safe sterile air removal ( pre filtered and sterilized air ) to achive a controlled emissions, so as to avoid the risks of environmental pollution.
The machine configuration is acting as pass through of the equipment allows a unidirectional waste path and allows to separate the dirty area where it is loaded from the clean area where treated safe waste in unloaded , to guarantee no cross contamination between untreated waste and treated waste.
The final drying phase leaves the waste as dry ( not wet) eliminating moisture residues and unpleasant odors. During this phase the weight is reduced up to 20% compared to the original one.
Mechanical grinding ( shredding) allows a volume reduction up to 80% compared to the original one.
Being a static device having the only moving part placed inside the sterilization chamber, during use it is safe, away of operators, silent and compact compatible with the work environment.
The floor-level installation of the chamber allows an easy handling of the collection trolley both in the phase of insertion in the chamber and of discharge with the treated material