Dubai, UAE, January 15, 2019: As part of the CHASTAGNER Group of companies, STERIGERMS manufactures mobile devices which neutralize medical infectious waste on-site (MIW), in a water-free, discharge-free process, requiring nothing more than a 220/230 volts functioning power outlet. Official and exclusive supplier to the French Navy, STERIGERMS devices can be found onboard most of its ships and notably on the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier, the flagship of the French fleet. From January 28-31, 2019, it will be exhibiting for the 3rd consecutive year in the French Pavilion at Arab Health, with its 60-liter model.
The ease of installation and treatment it offers has won over many countries, from the Gulf to India, not to mention both North and South America. STERIGERMS’ machines are already up and running, from Paris to Tahiti, from Algeria to the Philippines, in Russia, and in Brazil. Its consistent presence for 3 years in Dubai, at the largest trade show in Asia and the Middle East, gives STERIGERMS the opportunity to open new markets.
During the NEUTRALISATION CYCLE, the hazardous waste put into the machine is subject to a temperature of 150°C and is also compacted due to a 12 tons pressure. The management robot guides the user, ensuring every possible means of protection: cover lock, thermal security, etc. Once neutralized, the treated waste can be evacuated, including via the household waste disposal system. The machine's performance has been subject to official testing and is 2018 compliant with the NF – T 72-180 standard.
EASY INSTALLATION AND LOCAL TREATMENT: a power outlet is all it takes. No water supply is needed. Just a plug delivering 220/230 volts. In addition, users are free to place the machines as it suits them best, thanks to their weight and wheel-mounted structure. The in situ waste processing removes both the risks due to excessively lengthy MIW handling, and the costs arising from multiple transportation.
PROVEN CLEAN: no liquids or gases to discharge. No tubes to install. STERIGERMS keeps away any danger of pollution. Once the waste is compacted into pellets, the treated volume is divided by 10.
STERIGERMS machines are used anywhere from research centers working on infectious diseases to hospitals, ships, submarines, offshore oil platforms, dialysis centers, or such places as retirement homes.
From January 28-31, 2019, STERIGERMS will be exhibiting on booth n° Z2F02, France Pavilion at Arab Health – Dubai Z2F02