Instruments come to you in the decontamination zone to be disassembled, sorted, manually pre-cleaned, washed in a sonic, and readied to be sent through a washer-disinfector
. With efficient equipment and workflow processes, you’ll know each instrument you process is clean and free of proteins so they are safe to handle and ready for sterilization.
In the clean zone, you’re busy sorting medical instruments into component sets, where they are then inspected, set aside for maintenance or repair, reassembled and wrapped for terminal sterilization in a steam autoclave or low-temperature sterilizer. For the smartest use of space and to ensure operational efficiency, steam sterilizers
from Belimed are available in a variety of space efficient horizontal and vertical sizes. Each model comes with the same high quality, unsurpassed resource efficiency by providing the ability to connect to your facility’s chilled water system
After sterilization, packaged instruments and instrument sets are ready for storage in the sterile zone. This is a critical part of the process because of the time and manpower spent to get to this point. The highly-efficient drying technology of Belimed sterilizers
eliminates the inefficient practice of cracking the door of the equipment to dry sets. Racked sets are available for clinicians to pull for inclusion in a case cart to be transported back to the operating room.