AMB's M-Steryl Mask Decontamination System - Sustainable Textiles Launchpad @E2expo
AMB's M-Steryl Mask Decontamination System
Updated : 30-Aug-2020
M-Steryl is a dry heat mask decontamination machine to resue masks. AMB Ecosteryl's dry heat decontamination protocol decontaminates the mask, which has been infected by any bacteria or by Covid-19, while preserving its integrity of performance. To comply with the FAMHP guidance, 3 types of tests (physical characteristics and lethal capacity) were carried out on 2 types of masks (type II surgical and KN95 respiratory protection).
Masks Inserted In The M-Steryl System
M-Steryl Mask Case
Reusing the masks not only reduces the demand for new masks everytime, but also is a efficient way of handling used masks.
Can decontaminate surgical masks, FFP2, Shell-model Masks and Coveralls.
Masks can be decontaminated 3-4 times.
Small scale in-situ decontamination provides more flexibility for clients to handle their used masks.
The machine operator retrieves the box and inserts it into the machine without ever opening it, starting the cycle.
When the cycle is finished, the operator redistributes the boxes to the users.
From the beginning to the end of the operation, the box will never have been opened but the masks will be well decontaminated.
The M-steryl can contain 35 small boxes of each 5 surgical masks per cycle, which is equivalent to 175 decontaminated masks per cycle.
With the possibility of doing 12 cycles per day, it is possible to decontaminate 2100 surgical masks per day.
About the Company
AMB Ecosteryl is a private family group which was established in 1947 to design and produce special machinery for the extraction industries. AMB Ecosteryl now designs and manufactures equipment that provide a safe and environmentally friendly solution to medium and large hospitals as well as service providers for the treatment of biomedical waste.