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Cleaning

Biokill

Biopharmaceutical Biokill, Liquid Waste Decontamination System. Biokill is effectively sterilization used to destroy all microorganisms including large numbers of bacterial spores. Heat treatment is most effective for sterilizing wastewater that contains high levels of solids. These systems usually have tanks where wastewater is treated at temperatures and pressures typical of autoclaves. Autoclaves may be used for treating small quantities of liquid wastes in laboratories. Large animal facilities and those with high numbers of small animals may require large centralized wastewater treatment systems. Heat treatment systems can also include grinders, storage tanks, and heat recovery systems. Chemical treatment systems can be used successfully in some applications, although they are not as effective in treating wastewater from animal facilities because of potential interference with chemical disinfection by solids in the wastewater.

  • SPEC #: 18633
  • Code: 18-16-33

CIP Skids

CIP Skids. CIP (Cleaning In Place) skids are commonly used to mount and support equipment in chemical and pharmaceutical plants where process optimization depends upon efficient, effective cleaning. Most CIP skids are custom designed to be compatible with the equipment mounted on them. It involves integrating features such as spray systems, tank cleaners, nozzles, and seals into the skids, in order to automate the cleaning process.

  • SPEC #: 18611
  • Code: 18-16-11

COP Systems

COP Systems. COP (Cleaning Out Of Place) systems are independent cleaning stations used for cleaning processing equipment brought from other plant locations. Different models are designed to clean such items as component parts, mobile vessels, bins, drums, and other portable equipment for the biotech, pharmaceutical, and other critical processing industries. The systems are self-contained, and, depending upon the application, support inert atmospheres, water or special sprays, sliding doors: any features required for the cleaning requirements of the industrial process.

  • SPEC #: 18618
  • Code: 18-16-18

Decon Autoclaves

Decon Autoclave: An autoclave is a device that uses steam to sterilize materials by inactivating all bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores. A decontamination autoclave is used to sterilize medical or biological waste prior to disposal into a municipal solid waste stream. This is an alternative to incineration in some applications.

  • SPEC #: 18602
  • Code: 18-16-02

Depyrogenation Ovens

Depyrogenation Ovens: These ovens are used to remove pyrogens from drug product containers and solutions, most commonly from injectable pharmaceuticals. Pyrogens are any substances that can cause fever. Temperatures required to break down this substance is in excess of 300 degrees Celsius.

  • SPEC #: 18604
  • Code: 18-16-04

Glass Washers

Glass Washers: Laboratory glass washers are high-quality, high performance systems designed for use in research-intensive laboratories. These washers automatically clean and dry laboratory glassware, including some plastics, used in universities, biotech, biopharmaceutical, and pharmaceutical analytical and quality control laboratories.

  • SPEC #: 18601

Sanitizing Autoclaves

Sanitizing Autoclave: An autoclave is a device that uses steam to sterilize materials by inactivating all bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores. Sanitizing autoclaves are found in many medical settings and other places that need to ensure the sterility of objects and surgical tools such as forceps, needle holders, and scalpels.

  • SPEC #: 18603
  • Code: 18-16-03

Tunnel Washers

Tunnel Washer. A tunnel washer, also called a continuous batch washer, is an industrial laundry machine designed to handle heavy loads. The machine consists of a long metal tube called a tunnel. A huge metal archimedes screw runs down the center of the tunnel, dividing it into pockets. As the screw rotates, linen is forced through the tunnel. Since the screw is made of porous metal, laundry can move through the washer in one direction while water and chemicals are forced through in the other. As a result, the linen moves through pockets of progressively cleaner water and fresher chemicals. Soiled linen continuously goes into one end of the tunnel while clean linen moves continuously out of the other.

  • SPEC #: 18625
  • Code: 18-16-25