Sterilization is a compact technology for decontaminating waste from healthcare activities with infectious risks (DASRI). It is a technique that works on a thermal basis with water vapor. This operation is intended to destroy and eliminate any microbial germ carried by contaminated inert media.
Sterilization is used for the destruction of all microorganisms by means of an autoclave normalizer.
|Volume (L)||Poids (Kg)||Longueur (mm)||Diamètre (mm)|
|Données du Banaliseur|
|Caractéristiques de fonctionnement|
|Temps moyen de cycle||minutes||30|
|Volume traité||litres||500 – 1200|
|Densité moyenne du déchet||Kg/m3||100-150|
|Poids moyen traité||Kg||80 – 800|
|Réduction du volume des déchets||%||80|
What We Did
The pre-sterilization phase: this involves adjusting the operating data and monitoring the treatment process by means of an automatic system control while maintaining the first steam tank at a high temperature of 147 ° C and under high pressure of 0.35 Mpa so that the operation of sterilization of infectious risk care activity waste (DASRI) is perfect.
The sterilization phase: it involves depositing contaminated infectious risk care activity waste (DASRI) in the second tank. After filling the tank, sterilization is started and is carried out on the basis of wet steam injection by a steam generator internal to the second tank and automatically. Thus, it must be ensured that the parts of the device are adjusted to a sufficient temperature equal to 147 ° C and a pressure of 0.35 Mpa. The sterilization cycle remains 25 minutes.
The post-sterilization phase: this involves passing the waste from infectious risk care activities (DASRI) already sterilized in the previous phase by a system designed and adapted for cooling on the basis of cold water ensuring a temperature of 40 ° C and for 8 minutes.
The elimination phase: at the end of sterilization, the user opens the door and the wrung solid waste is removed and placed in a container. The filtered, cooled and decontaminated liquids are discharged via the wastewater network.
“Sterilized” waste can be stored and transported according to household waste standards, landfilled or incinerated in an oven reserved for household waste.