Here I show you some of 3D models which I designed for Plasma Sterilizer PS-140.
I designed these models with Autodesk Inventor.
Oil mist Filter
This Filter is designed in order to prevent entering the vacuum oil mist. it has a housing with ISO-2861 standard inlet flange. The filtering is done by 3 parts, first the inlet air pass through the Oil/Air separator paper filter then it has to pass through 3 layers of oil absorber sheets. the final process will be done by passing the air from a layer of activated carbon and Zeolite.
The whole three stages are taking place in one pack and no other filtering required after the process.
This filter is designed in order to be used on E2M28 Edwards vacuum pump which is used in PS-140 plasma sterilizers which can be installed and used in CSSD units of hospitals.
This module is designed in order to concentrate the input hydrogen peroxide, and then evaporate and inject it inside the sterilizer's chamber.
The more concentrated hydrogen peroxide has the more penetration and it will reduce the process time.
The design has been updated multiple times and the last one could reach the purities above 85%. The purification process designed and developed by our group.
While designing we consider the maintenance routine. You also can see the individual parts of this module below.
Our Plasma Sterilizer PS-140 V.3
This is our last design of PS-140 series.
This module is designed in order to decompose the Hydrogen Peroxide vapor which is drawn into vacuum pump.
It is complied with ISO-2861 flanges and it can be installed in vacuum path.
It has an
Hydrogen Peroxide delivery unit
We design this module in order to take hydrogen peroxide bottle from the user, measures it, and delivers it to another unit, all in an automatic way.
This module is equipped with 8 sensors, which make it complete safe and also make it possible to be more smart.
An RFID reader module can be mounted inside the PTFE box below the bottle place.
This can make it possible to track the bottles.