Aseptico Announces Availability of Products Suitable for Medical and Civic use for Coronavirus Pandemic

Several of its field dentistry and other products are suitable and available for sale to medical health professionals and other public entities fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The company offers a Portable Surgical Scrub Sink and a Portable Field Sink which are designed to military specifications and can operate without being connected to a plumbing system. The sinks are lightweight and compact, and feature:

  • Hot water and cold water
  • Integrated soap dispenser
  • Hands-free operation
  • Designed for reliability, easy maintenance and effective asepsis

In addition to their use for surgical and medical purposes, Aseptico portable surgical scrub sinks can be deployed as hand-washing stations in remote regions or in urban areas where there is no plumbing connection.

The company also offers a broad range of portable equipment that may assist medical professionals in makeshift and temporary hospitals, testing stations, and other improvised healthcare settings including portable exam lamps, portable suction units, portable autoclaves, portable tray stands and portable seating that are suitable for medical environments. The company’s portable suction units can operate on batteries and maybe appropriate as auxiliary suction in certain settings. The company’s large and small powered trolley carts are sturdy, wheeled carts designed to hold necessary medical equipment and supplies and feature two electrical outlets. They are designed for effective asepsis with removable stainless steel trays that can be autoclaved.

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