Miele's PG8582 Washer-Disinfector: A safe solution complying with the relevant market standard ISO EN15883 – 1&2
Wednesday, 01 November, 2017
For more than 50 years, Miele Professional has focused on working closely with doctors, hygiene experts and instrument manufacturers when developing reprocessing solutions for hospitals and medical practices. An important result of this cooperation is the system solution for an instrument cycle without any weak points.
Miele’s PG8582 washer-disinfector convinces with a high cleaning performance and load capacity. The newly developed spray arms with a revised nozzle design and arrangement of jets ensure full spray coverage. Furthermore, an optimised water circuit and a significant increase in pump pressure at the injector nozzles guarantee the thorough and safe reprocessing of wards and medical instruments. The machine impresses with a high load capacity of for example up to 6x DIN mesh trays per cycle.
The PG8582 washer-disinfector is equipped with the EcoDry function allowing the load to dry and cool down faster (with AutoOpen): The machine door automatically opens at the end of a programme once the temperature in the cabinet has dropped below 70°C, releasing hot moisture-laden air. It is the optimal safe and convenient solution for wards or medical instruments.
Application-specific programmes, a variable-speed pump for the perfect spray pressure in all programme phases and a multi-stage filtration system which is highly efficient in removing particulate soil from water in circulation, are further benefits of the Miele’s washer-disinfectors. A large-surface central filter in upper basket or load carrier guarantees optimum protection against the blockage of the ward utensils. Reprocessing excellence is afforded by closely monitoring the spray pressure and the rotation of the spray arms in order to prevent any loss in circulation pressure or to immediately identify obstacles in the path of the spray arms.
Miele’s PG8582 washer-disinfector does not only stand for great performance, efficiency and safety, but also for the perfect solution for reprocessing ward utensils and medical instruments in hospitals and surgeries complying with the relevant market standard ISO EN15883 – 1&2.
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