Supply of sterile goods in tent format

Reprocessing units for medical products (AEMP) LSE

The reprocessing unit for medical products (AEMP) LSE was designed for continuous deployment up to 6 months, in a tent based construction, compatible with nearly every climate region on Earth. For deployments lasting longer, our container based AEMP´s are recommended.

Our systems meet all requirements set by the commission of hospital hygiene and infection prevention at the Robert-Koch institute (RKI) and those set by the federal institute of medicine and medical devices (BfArM) “requirements of hygiene in medical products”.
Thus reprocessing, compliant with regulatory and norm standards (Critically A and B according to “DGSV for the Classification of Medical Devices 2013”) of:

  • Thermostable

medical products is enabled.

All relevant components in the reprocessing chain have digital interfaces for process documentation.

Manual preparation of flexible endoscopes is generally possible.

All the equipment is packaged in 16 climate-protected aluminium transport boxes.

The aluminium transport boxes – specially outfitted with Ethafoam® fittings – protect the equipment from transport and environmental effects. Dimensions are adapted to euro pallets.
Total weight (max.):                           2.950 kg
Installation dimensions (min.):           5.6 m x 8.5 m
Useable area:                                    42 m²

SKU: ZSVA-im-Zelt

Product Description

The packaging concept was designed to allow set-up in “two waves”. This means that using the elements from the transport boxes 1-10 an operational capacity of 50% can be achieved if needed.

The maximum throughput of instrument sets (9 h / d) is based on the use of instrument sets with the maximum dimensions (L/W/H) of 600 x 300 x 156 mm:

  • With sterile container 16
  • Without sterile container 32

The device set-up corresponds to the work processes starting from the arrival of contaminated medical products (MP) to the delivery of the sterilized MP.

The necessary separation between the impure and the clean areas is ensured, first by the vertical separating wall of the tent, and second by the two-door cleaning and disinfecting unit (RDG).