Streamlining Decontamination Processes with Tekceleo’s Micronice Systems: An Automated Aerosolized H2O2 Decontamination Cycle

Micronice Nozzle with isolator

In various industries such as healthcare, pharmaceuticals, food processing, and research facilities, maintaining a sterile and safe environment is of utmost importance. Traditional decontamination methods often involve manual labor, complex procedures, and potential risks to personnel. However, with the revolutionary Micronice systems by Tekceleo, setting up an automated decontamination cycle using aerosolized hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) has become effortless. This use case explores how Tekceleo’s Micronice technology enables a seamless and efficient decontamination process.

  1. Equipment and Setup: To initiate an automated decontamination cycle using aerosolized H2O2 with Micronice technology, the following equipment is required:
  • Micronice system: This advanced device from Tekceleo is designed to generate ultra-fine aerosol particles of hydrogen peroxide.
  • H2O2 solution: A certified, high-quality hydrogen peroxide solution is necessary for effective decontamination.
  • Automated control panel: The Micronice system integrates with an intuitive control panel, allowing users to program and customize the decontamination cycle.
  • Sensors and monitoring devices: Incorporate environmental sensors to measure temperature, humidity, and other relevant parameters for optimal decontamination results.
  1. Preparing for Decontamination: Before starting the decontamination cycle, it is essential to follow these steps:
  • Ensure the targeted area is clear of personnel and sensitive equipment.
  • Confirm that all safety measures, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), are in place.
  • Set up any necessary containment measures, such as sealing doors and vents, to prevent H2O2 leakage.
  • Calibrate and configure your system as per the space dimensions and specific requirements. Our Micronice technology can be used with any nozzles you need to reach the right flowrate.
  1. Programming the Decontamination Cycle: Tekceleo’s Micronice systems offer user-friendly programming interfaces that simplify the customization of decontamination cycles. The following parameters can be configured:
  • Duration: Set the desired length of the decontamination cycle based on the space size and level of contamination.
  • Concentration: Adjust the concentration of aerosolized H2O2 to meet the decontamination requirements.
  • Pulsing and exposure intervals: you can program the system to alternate between spraying H2O2 and allowing it to settle, optimizing contact time and distribution.
  1. Initiating the Decontamination Cycle: Once the decontamination parameters are programmed, the cycle can be initiated with a simple command. The Micronice system will start generating ultra-fine aerosol particles of H2O2 (cold aerosolization of “dry fog”), dispersing them uniformly throughout the designated area. If needed, the system can integrate sensors that can continuously monitor environmental conditions, allowing you to adjust the process as necessary to ensure optimal decontamination.
  1. Post-Decontamination Procedures: After the decontamination cycle is complete, certain steps should be followed:
  • Allow sufficient time for the H2O2 to evaporate and dissipate before re-entry into the decontaminated area.
  • Ventilate the space to facilitate the removal of any residual H2O2, ensuring a safe environment for personnel.
  • Conduct air quality testing, if required, to validate the effectiveness of the decontamination process.
  • Document and log the decontamination cycle details for regulatory compliance and future reference.

Conclusion: Tekceleo’s Micronice systems provide a game-changing solution for setting up an automated decontamination cycle using aerosolized H2O2. By streamlining the process, these systems significantly reduce manual labor, maintenance, costs and potential risks associated with traditional decontamination methods. The advanced programming capabilities, combined with the ultra-fine aerosolization of hydrogen peroxide.

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