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Hamo® Vision™ Multi-Chamber Washer/Disinfector

The Hamo Vision Multi-Chamber Washer/Disinfector provides a total solution that delivers higher value and performance in a smaller footprint, for a lower overall operational cost and with less environmental impact. The Hamo Vision has a larger capacity for maximum throughout and a comprehensive process with unprecedented performance. The next generation control system provides built-in data management provides optimal connectivity and control, which helps to ensure compliance to standards and provides a high level of confidence in the washing process.

The Hamo® SCS Conveyor System can be easily configured to fit specific space restrictions and process flow.

Key Features:
•Compliant with the latest European standards: EN ISO 15883, Directive 93/42/EEC and HTM 2030
•Faster, more optimized cycles: a rack exits as fast as every 12 minutes
•10 tray manifolds enable more equipment to be processed in each cycle
•Process manifolds racks with up to five levels
•A high capacity drying chamber provides twice the effectiveness of a single chamber unit
•Independent chambers improve throughput by processing multiple cycles simultaneously
•High quality, multi-functional washing can be achieved by programming different washing cycles to run consecutively with specific cleaning chemistries for different instruments
•Synergy Single-Chamber Washer/Disinfectors can be integrated into the Vision Multi-Chamber Washer/Disinfector and conveyor configuration.

For further information please contact:
•In Europe, Middle East, Africa:
Amanda Gow, Communications Manager, STERIS Limited, STERIS House, Jays Close, Viables, Basingstoke, RG22 4AX, UK. Phone: +44 (0)1256 866571 Email: amanda_gow@steris.com
•In the US:
Robin Baum, Public Relations Coordinator, STERIS Corp., 5960 Heisley Road, Mentor, Ohio, USA, 44060.
Phone: +1 440 392 7428 Email: robin_baum@steris.com

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