Skytron’s Sterling Series of Washer-Disinfector has proven performance, reliability and space-saving design for Sterile Processing Departments.
The Sterling P1000 washer-disinfector streamlines the decontamination process – bringing unsurpassed efficiency and flexibility to the Sterile Processing Department. The elegant design provides a smooth polycarbonate surface that is as strong as it is easy to clean. The P1000 has downward sliding doors that allow for manual loading that provides high flexibility and uses very little space. The P1000 is easy to operate by touch panel with swipe function, showing all relevant information of the program needed by the operators. P1000 has the lowest energy and water consumption in its class, to keep operating costs at a minimum and contribute to a clean environment. P1000 comes with a wide range of racks and modules and holds up to 12 DIN baskets. All data from the P1000 is exchangeable with common computer systems.
Lower Cost of Ownership
64% less water and chemical use than other washers
Lowers utility and sewage bills
Save 50% in chemical and water costs
Comply With Your Medical Device IFU’s
Allows for 40 fully customizable cycles
Intuitive touchscreen controls allow for editing parameters for pre-wash, wash, rinse or dry phases
Maximize Your Efficiency
More throughput in a smaller footprint
Up to 12 DIN trays per cycle
Skytron is the Healthcare Efficiency Specialist, providing full-room solutions of capital equipment, architectural and real-time information systems for Medical, Surgical, Sterile Processing, and Infection Prevention. Our solutions enhance the utilization of people, facilities, and capital because they are designed with the user in mind and have a low, long-term cost of ownership. For more information, call 800-759-8766 or access www.skytron.com.
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