Removing Static Charges During Inhaler Valve Cleaning
Before medical devices such as inhaler valves can be released from manufacture, it is essential to ensure the airways are free from contamination.
To purge the units clean, dry, compressed air or nitrogen is forced through the system at a cleaning station. This purging process can generate static charges and may not remove particles held in place by existing static charges.
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A 4300 In-Line Air Ioniser will ionise the gas flow to ensure that static charges are not generated during the purge process. It will also remove any particles retained in the airway by electrostatic attraction.
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