M-steryl is a dry heat mask decontamination machine useful for all places using many masks (hospitals, care homes, large companies, shops, public service …).
As an option, the machine can be delivered as a medical device.
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Read the study funded by Open Philanthropy; Amazon Inc./University of Washington Catalyst Award; University of Liege (Belgium) and the Walloon Region, Belgium; Li Ka Shing Institute; Alberta Health Services; and an Anonymous donor to the University of Washington, Department of Urology.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in severe shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary to protect front-line healthcare personnel. These shortages underscore the urgent need for simple, efficient, and inexpensive methods to decontaminate SARS-CoV-2-exposed PPE enabling safe reuse of masks and respirators. Efficient decontamination must be available not only in low-resourced settings, but also in well-resourced settings affected by PPE shortages. (…) Dry heat (DH) treatment is another potential low-cost decontamination method.
Discover the publication in The Journal of Hospital Infection “The use of dry heat to decontaminate face masks”
“We describe successful validation of three decontamination methods, UV irradiation, vaporised H2O2 and dry heat treatment, in inactivating an infectious coronavirus in line with the FDA policy regarding face masks and respirators”.