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Drying & Storage Cabinet
Soluscope TRS

NF S98-030 Compliant
Validated by the Biotech Germande Laboratory

> Maintenance of the High Level Disinfection for 72h
> Horizontal storage
> Specific air flow system
> Optimal protection of your endoscopes

Soluscope TRS

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The DSC8000 is a drying and storage cabinet which protects and maintains the microbiological quality of your endoscopes for 72h.

Guaranteed efficiency

- According to a study conducted by Professor Laugier chief of the endoscopy department at CHU La Timone Marseille-France, the DSC8000 guarantees the disinfection level and the microbiological quality for 72h.
The endoscope storage time is individually checked.

- The individual storage allows
• Less handling
• Optimal protection

- Simultaneously, air flows through each channel and outside the endoscope.

- Connectors remained with the endoscope during the whole process: from the AER to the tray.
• For more simplicity
• In order to have the same microbiological status as the endoscope.


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- Each endoscope is stored in a dedicated tray with a lid
• Less endoscope handling, limiting potential contaminations
• Maximum protection against all physical and environmental damage

 

Principal Features

- A complete traceability (endoscopes, operator…) with a touch screen and a tracking data system allowing to facilitate the access of the information.
A ticket is printed for each operation.

- The DSC8000 is designed to be connected to the IT Soluscope platform and thus
providing optimal efficiency

This cabinet is also available in “pass through” with double door.

DSC8000 leaflet

Scientific poster

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General Specifications

Capacity

8 endoscopes in individually tray with lid.
Can store up to 60 endoscopes.

Dimensions (WxDxH)

90.5 x 64 x 205 cm

Weight

170 kg

External air treatment

High level of air filtration thanks to HEPA filter
UVC lamps have an effect on biocides and germicides

Internal air treatment

High lever of air filtration thanks to HEPA filter or Medical Air
Traceability

Bar-code reader

Printer

Local Data Storage

Real-Time Data Tracking

Options

Pass through or Simple door

Compressor or Medical Air

Compliance

NF S98-030

Soluscope DSC8000 is engineered to facilitate servicing offering easy maintenance access to all the spare parts.

 


hepa-air-filters

HEPA 0.2µm filter

 

uv-lamp

Biocide and antiseptic efficacy.



1. How many Endoscopes can the DSC8000 store?

The DSC8000 can store 8 endoscopes in individual trays at any given time. It can register 60 different Endoscopes if some are being repaired or in other cabinets.

2. How long can an Endoscope remain in the DSC8000 whilst still being considered as High Level Disinfected?

The DSC8000 maintains microbial status for Endoscopes for up to 72 hours. This helps cut down on unnecessary re-processing and makes endoscopes available for emergency situations.

3. Do I need to change the Connectics between reprocessing and storing?

No, the Connectics used in the reprocessors stay attached to the endoscope and are immediately plugged into the tray. This preserves the microbial status of the endoscope and facilitates manipulation.

4. Why use trays instead of shelves?

The DSC8000 uses trays with lids on them, and has ports for the Connectics to be plugged in so that the endoscope can be quickly inserted and taken out of the cabinet. At the same time the trays protect the endoscope during transport from both physical damage and microbial contamination.

5. Why does the Cabinet store endoscopes horizontally whilst recommendations are to store them vertically?

Capillary action prevents the individual channels from drying, even if stored vertically.
The recommendations to store endoscopes vertically are in the cases where no direct ventilation occurs to the individual channels. Thanks to the Connectics, HEPA filter and UV lamps, microbial-free air is continuously circulating to improve drying and prevent potential contamination.


Dr. G. Laroussinie, Vichy, France
Dr. G. Laroussinie, Vichy, France

Dr. G. Laroussinie, Vichy, France

Date : 27 May, 2011

Good morning,

We are very satisfied about the two drying & storage cabinets (2 x 8 endoscopes) we purchased early 2011, even before the official publication of the recommendations from the SFHH (French Society for Hospital Hygiene).
Gain of time, money at the beginning of the day program. Less impact on endoscope. Quality of storage/drying.  Computerized traceability linked with our AERs. Easy to harvest all the channels of the scope (we harvest channel by channel only if any trouble at the first control). We bought cabinets and AERs from the same supplier following our biomedical engineer’s opinion, and this is great.
As of today, no default and no problem to note.  Moreover, we plan to purchase another cabinet later on.
One thing: store your cabinets in a ventilated area. They emit heat.