Bio Medical waste

 

The primary line of treatment is done by Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) which has wavelength which are highly effective at decontamination because it destroys the molecular bond together the DNA of Viruses and Bacteria present in Hazardous Bio Medical Waste (HBMW).

The Secondary line of treatment is done by rapidly heating the moist refuse then exposed to with High Frequency HighTemperature Disinfection (HFHTD) Process thus further eliminates Pathogenic Germs, Microbes, Bacteria and Viruses if present in the Hazardous Bio Medical Waste (HBMW) turning into Municipal Waste, which can be disposed off with other waste or can be supplied for recycling after sorting.

PRETREATMENT OF BIO-MEDICAL WASTE as per Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules 2016 vide notification dated 28/03/2016.

 As per Biomedical Waste Management (BMWM) Rules 2016, Medical waste needs to be “PRETREATED” at the point of the generation before being disposing of

The “PRE-TREATMENT” of this Highly Infectious Waste at the point of generation/the first source (i.e. GOVT Hospital/Private Hospital/Nursing Home/Dispensaries. Primary Health Centers/Medical colleges and research centers/paramedical services/ Veterinary colleges/animal research centers. Blood banks/mortuaries/autopsy centers/ Biotechnology Institutions) can be successfully done by “MICROWAVE DISINFECTION SYSTEM” (MicroDs-10, MicroDs-30 and MicroDs-60) whereby saves Doctors, nurses, hospital, health care staff and patients at the first source from infections and thereby eliminating its spread during transportation of this BIOMEDICAL WASTEfor general public.

Bio-Medical/Hospital Waste Category which can be “Pretreated” (Disinfect) before Disposing to the Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment (CBWTF)

(1) Microbiology & Biotechnology waste (wastes from laboratory cultures, stocks or specimens of micro-organism live or attenuated vaccines, human and animal cell culture used in research and infection agents from research and industrial laboratories, wastes from the production of biological, toxins, dishes and devices used for transfer of cultures)

2) Waste Sharps (needles, syringes, scalpels blades, glass etc. that may cause puncture and cuts. This includes both used & unused sharps)

3) Solid Waste (Items contaminated with bold and body fluids including cotton, dressing, soiled plaster casts, line beddings, other materials contaminated with blood.

4) Solid Waste (Waste generated from disposable items other than the waste sharps such as tubing, catheters, intravenous sets etc.)

“Let the wastes of the sick not contaminate the lives of the healthy

SAN-MIT-20

RATED CAPACITY

Throughput : 20 lit/per cycle

Microwave out put power in kw

1

Duration of one disinfection cycle in minutes

45mins – 50mins

Ultra Violet Radiation (UVR)

Wavelength 200-280 nm

DIMENSIONS

(H × W × D)  : 1200 X 1085 X 695

Warranty in years

1 / 2 / 3 / 5

SAN-MIT-50

RATED CAPACITY

Throughput : 50 lit/per cycle.

Ultra Violet Radiation (UVR)

Wavelength 200-280 nm

Microwave out put power in kw

2

Duration of one disinfection cycle in minutes

45mins – 50mins

DIMENSIONS

(H × W × D)  : 1200 X 1085 X 695 mm3

Warranty in years

1 / 2 / 3 / 5

SAN-MIT-75

RATED CAPACITY

Throughput : 75 lit/per cycle

Microwave out put power in kw

3

Duration of one disinfection cycle in minutes

45mins – 50mins

Ultra Violet Radiation (UVR)

Wavelength 200-280 nm

DIMENSIONS

(H × W × D)  : 1870 X 1085 X 695 mm3

Warranty in years

1 / 2 / 3 / 5