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n.1.One who, or that which, disinfects; an apparatus for applying disinfectants.
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Also, the firm wrote that this new feature would affect disinfector utilitites.
All Miele sterilisation and disinfector products to be showcased at the four-day event are CE certified and endorsed by Germany's Robert Koch Institute, the government organisation responsible for disease control and prevention, it added.
Briefly describe the product: The Medisafe Niagara SI PCF Washer Disinfector is the first da Vinci validated WD with an ultrasonic irrigation cleaning chamber and air purge drying.
For the past four weeks, the Southbridge hospital's environmental services unit has been using a nearly 6-foot-tall, 216-pound Rapid Disinfector robot, whose ultraviolet light from 20 lamps destroys hard-to-kill microorganisms.
If not, instruments need to be reprocessed in the washer disinfector.
Farms can improve their bio-security with a cleverly designed home built boot disinfector that's simple and inexpensive to make.
They include Newtown-based general pathology consumables company Cell Path, Intelicoat Technologies, which makes wound dressing components at Wrexham, pharmaceuticals and medical devices business Maelor Pharmaceuticals, of Wrexham, Denbigh-based endos copes washer disinfector firm BES Decon, consumer diagnostics manufacturer Clinical Diagnostic Chemicals, of Glan Conwy, emergency blankets supplier Blizzard Protection Systems, Bethesda, and Caernarfon-based Picosorb, which designs and makes automated testing equipment.
Also demonstrated will be the SafeGuard UV Disinfector range for water and waste water treatment as well as Retail Packing Units from Peacepacker--again using the FANUC pick and place robot.
It reads, "All those arriving [by train] shall before entering their accommodation take a bath and hand the dirty clothes to the disinfector [at the baths] .
Contract notice: an automatic endoscope disinfector