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Soluscope TRS

ISO 15883-4&1 compliant
Validated by the Biotech Germande Laboratory

>  A complete cycle 1 in 20 minutes.
3 endoscopes per hour!
>  Major brands of flexible scopes
>  Compact size

Soluscope TRS

  • Features
  • Technical specifications
  • Consumables & chemistry
  • Accessories
  • FAQ

Compatible with all major brands of endoscopes, Soluscope 3 is an Efficient Automatic Endoscope Reprocessor completing a cycle (cleaning/rinsing/high level disinfection) in 20 minutes. The standard cycle delivers a ready-to use endoscope, from leak test to air-purge, providing the Ultimate Safety and Full Protection.

The safe process for your patient

  • The patented channel control system ensures the endoscope is properly reprocessed and ready to be used
  • Complete auto disinfection cycle (including water treatment ) prevents device-to-patient contamination
  • Water and air filtering system is continuously monitored and prevents contamination
  • Traceability system (barcode reader & printer) is integrated and ensures easy control on operations.

The Efficiency for the operator

  • The fully automated cycles (automatic dosage and no chemical contact) in 20 minutes ensures rapid scopes turnover
  • The adapted lid and chemistry prevent from fumes and vapors limiting exposure further
  • All critical parameters are continuously monitored throughout the cycles.

Preserves your endoscope

  • The Soluscope individual and volumetric channel control will make sure each channel is unblocked and treated.
  • The continuous leak test will prevent any water damage.
  • Low concentration and short contact times (5 minutes), with chemistry combined with a mild temperature (40°C for Soluscope P and 45°C for Soluscope D) preserve your material.


         Existing versions

              >Peracetic Acid
              >Ultrasound bowl

Soluscope 3 leaflet

General Specifications

Dimensions (WxDxH)

66 x 78 x 112,5 cm (165 cm open lid)

Free standing machine


110 kg empty

130 kg loaded

Electrical connections

1 x 220V - 50Hz - 13A/16A
2 x 220V - 50Hz - 10A

with 30 mA differential power breaker


Water inlet

3/4’’ male

Flow rate > 4l/min
Pressure > 4 bars/58psi
Preferably water temperature

PAA  - 38° to 40°C
GTA  - 43° to 45°C

Waste water

40mm diameter rigid pipe with U-bend

Height : 90 cm


1 endoscope at a time Immersed

Cleaning Stage

Optimal Efficiency on Biofilm

Soluscope C+ at 35°C

Channel control

Volumetric & individual channel control system

Exclusive feature

High Level Disinfection

Minimum contact time 5 min

Soluscope P / A at 40°C
Peracetic Acid

Soluscope D at 45°C

Chlorine cycle against Prion (according to DGS/RI3/2011/449 French circular)



Entire machine

Including complete water treatment


Bar code reader / Printer


Local Data Storage


TRS - Tracking Recording System

IT Soluscope  - Integrated data management system

Exclusive features

Soluscope reprocessors are engineered to facilitate servicing offering easy maintenance access to all the spare parts.




Acidic formulated detergent




Glutaraldehyde based disinfectant



Peracetic acid based disinfectant


Additive to Soluscope P



The 0.2 µm terminal water filter ensures that bacteria free water is supplied to the Soluscope 3.


Set of 3 pre-filters to prevent microorganisms’ contamination.


HEPA class 13 absolute 0,2µm air filter 


The following questions are the ones our sales representatives are receiving most frequently.
If you have questions we haven’t addressed, have any doubts, or simply need more details then please don’t hesitate to contact us at:

This page is frequently update, so be sure to visit it regularly to get the latest information.

1. How does the Channel Verification operate?
By checking pressure and flow rates for each channel individually, the Soluscope 3 can detect any reduced or elevated flow rates, clearly signaling that there is a problem and alerting the operator to the issue.
2. How does the Leak Test operate?
The Leak Test is designed to provide a slight overpressure within the Endoscope compared to the ambient pressure. This is done for two reasons: Firstly it provides verification that there are no tears or perforations in the endoscope. Secondly, the overpressure prevents water damage should there be a leak in the Endoscope, thus preventing costly repairs.
3. What is the cycle time and why is it so short?

The Soluscope 3 offers several different cycles depending on the users demands. These cycles vary in time because they require different processes during their execution. Program “1 Cleaning & 1 Disinfection” takes 20 minutes.

4. What is the operating temperature?

The operating temperature will vary depending on the products being used. For Glutaraldehyde the temperature is 45C, whilst with Peracetic Acid it is 40C. To facilitate the correct temperatures, Soluscope advises that a water connection close to 40C should feed the machine.

5. How does the auto disinfection cycle work?

When the auto disinfection cycle is launched, a double dose of disinfectant is flushed for 55 minutes. If no reprocessing is planned, then the AER will continue to flush another round of disinfectant through every hour until the “Rinse” function is activated. Rinsing takes 7 minutes.

6. How does Soluscope 3 Traceability guarantee a total management of tracking data?

The Soluscope 3 provides both a hard copy and a data copy of its reprocessing cycle. The barcode reader ensures that each Endoscope is registered and readily identified, along with the Operator, Patient and even Doctor information. A thermal printer produces either a Long or Short ticket at the end of each cycle.
The data copy is produced via the Soluscope TRS which can be installed on the Series 3 machines. For more information about the TRS System please visit this link

7. Why are there numerous Connectics?

Each Connectic serves an individual channel and helps to ensure that each has been properly cleaned and disinfected. It also serves the purpose of verification as each Connectic measures flow rate and pressure to identify any potential problems. Find out more by visiting

8. Why does Soluscope3 have dedicated chemistry?

The Soluscope 3 reprocessor is reliant on the dedicated chemistry because the machine and chemistry were designed and validated together. This means that using other chemistry will render the validation void and could potentially put the patient, endoscope or operator in serious danger.

9. Why does Soluscope3 use a one-shot chemistry?

The one-shot chemistry helps ensure two things. 1) That no potency is lost from one cycle to the next by diminished capacity. 2) Avoids the risk that cross contamination between several endoscopes could occur via the chemistry.