In just under 20 minutes the Evacle 80 sterilizes to STAATT level IV, reducing waste volume by up to 80%
STAATT Recommendations & Good Treatment Practice
Sterilization is internationally accepted to be defined as “the probability of a single viable microorganism occurring on and/or in a system after sterilization”*. When analyzing the elimination of microorganisms from a system, it is acceptable to examine efficacy in terms of log reduction achieved by the process.
* Source: Sean Moran. Sterilization and disinfection. In: Engineering science of water treatment unit operations, 2018.
Inactivation of vegetative bacteria, fungi and lipophilic or hydrophilic virus, parasites and Mycobacteria at 6 log 10 reduction or greater, and an inactivation of B. Stearothermophilus spores at a 6 log 10 reduction or greater
Good Treatment Practice & Performance Monitoring
At Evacle, safety is our top priority. We understand the importance of routine monitoring and the integrity of the sterilization process results. Often, this comes at high costs and complexity, so we have developed a ‘Good Treatment Practice’ (GTP) system, which provides a cost effective solution on-site, allowing you the ability to monitor performance and have peace of mind.
Biological & Chemical Indicators
In order to carry out routine inspection of the performance of the sterilization process, Evacle can provide kits containing biological indicators recommended by the STAATT. The kit contains 106 Geobacillus Stearothermophilus‘ bacterial spores, allowing for routine tests in compliance with STAATT level IV sterilization recommendations, without the need for an external laboratory. Evacle also provides “Reactive ink” indicators for frequent monitoring of PAA concentration and the entire process parameters.