Introduction to MicroEDS® Effluent Decontamination System
The MicroEDS® is a Low Volume BioWaste Decontamination system for treating BSL 1, 2 & 3 waste using an innovative batch process allowing positive release of all of your waste. A buffer vessel is used to provide a centralised collection facility and a set volume batch heat treatment facility is used, to treat the effluent in batches at variable temperature, time and f0 lethality settings.
The MicroEDS® has been specifically developed to fit into new facilities or to be retrofitted into existing facilities. Designed to operate from a single 13 amp 230 Vac plug (150 and 300 versions), the MicroEDS® uses established electrical heating technology.
Using robust, proven design principles, the systems decontaminate BioWaste and takes into account two main areas of concern. Firstly, the systems effectively sterilise or inactivate any harmful pathogens in the waste stream and secondly, that total containment is maintained at all times. The unit can be fully thermally and chemical decontaminated for maintenance.
• Robust and reliable
• Pre-tested at Suncombe
• Plug n Play after delivery
• Only requires water and electricity
• Electrical supply standard 13 amp 230 Vac or equivalent (150 and 300 versions)
• Gravity flow from collection to treatment tanks
• Adjustable kill temperature and time
• Gravity or pumped discharge to sewers
Containment Level: BSL1, BSL2, BSL3
Number of Treatment Vessels: 1
Number of Collection Vessels: 1
System Capacity: 150, 300, 500 and 1000 litres per day
Treatment Parameters: Preset at 121°C for 30 minutes and variable from 100°C to 136°C
System Cooling: <55°C – no coolant utility required
Material of Construction: 316 Stainless Steel
Operating Voltage: 230VAC 13A on 150 and 300 versions
Automation: BioSuite Level 2000 standalone control system with touch panel display.