This simple touch pad operation dispenser pump is designed to deliver a single dose of detergent into a sink or an ultrasonic washer.
These units can be programmed to put in as little or as much detergent as the customer requires consistently.
The enclosures are water resistant, robust and smooth. The auto dispensers require a single-phase power supply/socket to work. In the UK it requires a 240V three-pin socket.
Gives the user control of the chemical dosage and ensures cleaning quality consistency. By fitting the auto dispenser the customer is in control of the wash quality, allowing the introduction of quality procedures for pre-soaking, manual washing and ultrasonic cleaning.
Our office, will contact the customer to organise a convenient fitting time and date. The customer is responsible for giving the engineer the fill level details, to enable the engineer to set the pump with the correct dilution rate.
Before the automatic dispenser can be fitted, the customer will need to calculate the quantity of water they require in the sink to clean their surgical instruments. Usually, this level is determined by the level at which the instruments are fully submerged just below the water line. When the level has been agreed a permanent fill line needs to be established. This can be marked either with waterproof tape, a permanent marker or engraved into a stainless steel sink. Using the information supplied by the customer, the engineer can calculate the required dosage to set the pump.
e.g. 30 Litres of Water = 120ml of Endozime AW Plus @ 4ml per Litre
Personalised laminated instructions are supplied with each dispenser pump for the customer to put on the wall near the unit.
Calibration and Maintenance
The auto dispensers are fitted and maintained by an approved independent dispenser engineer. The dispenser pump is serviced and calibrated annually. The calibration certificate will assist your quality audit. The pumps require only a small amount of maintenance if used correctly.
Terms and Conditions
The dispenser remains the property of Ruhof “Peskett Solutions Ltd”, as the dispenser pump is supplied, fitted and maintained free of charge. It is the customers responsibility to ensure that the dispenser pump is operating correctly. If the dispenser pump is damaged by misuse, the customer will be responsible for the cost of repair or replacement of the unit. If the customer ceases to use our product, the pump is removed by the engineer during the annual calibration.
Unit 4 Brampton Business Park
55 Brampton Road
East Sussex, BN22 9AF
Tel: 01323 511038
Fax: 01323 503247