Routine Sterilisation Services
Incoming goods; The goods to be sterilised are delivered on EUR-pallets in their final packaging.
The goods are then set up in the pre-warehouse. Each pallet is furnished with a coloured marker for visual identification and a bioindicator for subsequent microbiological examination. This is when the actual sterilisation process begins.
This step comprises the humidification and preheating of the goods. (All the parameters which accompany the process are determined specifically for the cycle and subject to a prior validation.)
Following repeated humidification in a vacuum, the goods are exposed to a precisely defined quantity of EO gas for a precisely established period of time. Once this exposure period has elapsed, the gas is extracted from the sterilisation chamber via a special degassing system and disposed of properly. The degassing of the goods continues in the subsequent desorption phases.
The degassing of the goods is promoted in special postconditioning chambers by means of special temperature-control processes and a high rate of air renewal.
The documentation of the successful sterilisation is performed in the in-house laboratory with microbiological examination of the bioindicators.
- Quarantine warehouse
The sterile goods are transported to the quarantine warehouse (high-bay warehouse), where they are stored until they are collected.
- Outgoing goods
The sterile goods are collected and delivered to the customer.
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