Decontaminate N95 respirators for multiple use

Specifications

Unit Size (OD)22.5" W x 22.5" D x 19.5" H
572 mm x 572 mm x 495 mm
Chamber Size (ID)11”W x 17.75”D x 11.75”H,
279mm x 433mm x 299mm
Weight75 lbs (34 Kg)
Instrument Tray9”W x 15”D x 1”H,
229mm x 381mm x 28mm
Electrical110-120V, 60Hz, 1400 Watts warm up,
300 Watts operating
220-240V, 50Hz, 1400 Watts warm up,
300 Watts operating
Decontamination Temperature167º Fahrenheit (75º Celsius)
WarrantyThree years (parts and labor)
SafetyMeets Requirements of U.S. Electrical Safety Standards.

Reduces bioburden of N95 Respirators for multiple use. (up to 20 cycles)

The RH-N95 provides a fast, effective method of decontaminating N95 respirators without compromising respirator performance – Up to 100 respirators per hour.

Through the convenience of on-site reprocessing of used N95 respirators using the tabletop RH-N95, healthcare facilities can achieve required level of viral kill, while maintaining respirator performance and function.

On-site decontamination will assure that personnel can receive their previously used respirator. Units can be installed in departments, floor, units or wings of healthcare facilities.

The RH-N95 Features

  • Low temperature @ 167­­°F (75°C)
  • 30 minute cycle
  • 50 respirator capacity
  • No chemicals or water required
  • No drying or aeration
  • Energy efficient
  • Easy touch screen operation

SUMMARY of CPAC EQUIPMENT’S HVHA RAPIDHEAT™ RH-N95

The RapidHeat RH-N95 has been designed to decontaminate N95 respirators, to counteract the severe shortage of N95 respirators during this pandemic. RH-N95 offers the following features/advantages over other thermal, chemical, and radiological alternatives as listed below.

RH-N95 Features

  • Preferred decontamination process (Stanford Report, March, 2020 that provides documented evidence of maintaining filtration and breathability performance (no electrostatic charge reduction in melt-blown fibers used as viral filtration fabric)
  • Dedicated unit for the re-processing of N95 respirators
  • Requires no water in its operation
  • Requires only 110-115V or 220-240V electric service
  • No ancillary chemical or other treatment or supply products required
  • No drying time required after treatment; respirators are cool to the touch in seconds after their removal from the unit and ready for immediate re-use
  • No residues to evacuate from treated respirators after treatment; no worry about lingering toxic, chemical residues to sensitive nasal passages, facial skin, and other respiratory passages
  • Ability to monitor decontamination parameters (time-temperature). Other non-thermal processes have no method to measure chemical concentrations at site of required kill
  • No deformation in respirators structure or change in filtration/breathability performance for up to twenty (20) re-use cycles
  • Multi-purpose unit that functions as N95 re-processor, but can be simply re-programmed via USB port to be used as a medical/dental sterilizer (FDA-cleared) post-pandemic
  • Countertop unit with small footprint at 11” (279mm)W x 17.75” (433mm)D x 11.75” (299mm)H which can be placed almost anywhere electrical service is available
  • Large rectangular decontamination chamber volume: 2294 cubic inches (10 gal/38 liters)
  • Stainless steel construction
  • TUV, UL, CE – approved
  • Four-tray configuration allowing up to 100 respirators to be processed per hour
  • Direct time-temperature documentation at respirators location to ensure decontamination conditions are met (75°C, 167°F; 30 minutes) via an autonomous time-temperature sensor; replaces the need for chemical indicators
  • Offers point-of-use respirator decontamination to serve need on ships, on med-evac aircraft, for field operations, and within hospital wings/floors/departments