The new MASS™ Channel Air Cabinet is designed to provide HEPA-filtered, pressurized airflow directly into the cabinet itself and continuous positive air pressure through each endoscope lumen.
This endoscope cabinet meets the standards of manufacturers and society guidelines.1-5 In addition, the MASS™ Channel Air Cabinet has FDA 510(k) exempt status to ensure proper medical supervision and governmental accountability.
This MASS™ proprietary system achieves these standards at an unprecedented value, enabling most facilities to meet higher standards and provide their patients with the best in infection control for endoscope storage.
- Each connection continually blows dried, pressurized air through the endoscope channels.
- Scopes hang vertically — a requirement of The Joint Commission1 and most manufacturers’ instructions for use.2,3
- The truHEPA filter removes 99.97% of air particulates up to 0.3 µm.
- Fully compliant with The Joint Commission, AORN, SGNA, and other standards and guidelines.1-5
- Available with compressor or can be integrated into facility’s existing air supply.
- FDA 510(k) Exempt
- Color: Bright white with red and silver accents
- Construction: PC metal with tempered glass
- Cabinet Filter Efficiency: Removes 99.97% of air particulates up to 0.3µm
- Air Supply: On board compressor (scope channels); truHEPA fan (cabinet)
- Compressed Air Filter Efficiency: Removes 99.97% of air particulates up to 0.01µm
- Flowrate (Cabinet Filter Fan): 481 L/min
- Flowrate (Scope Channels): 63 L/min (7 L/min per scope)
- Max Air Pressure: 25 PSI
- Capacity: 9 flexible endoscopes
- Electrical Supply: 120V wall plug — 30 A
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Contact our Scope Storage Specialists for an in-depth analysis of your facility’s endoscope storage needs and to discuss current guidelines and recommendations.
- A Joint Commission/FDA Webinar on Reprocessing of Scopes Transcript. The Joint Commission. Available at: http://www.jointcommission.org/assets/1/6/ A_Joint_CommissionFDA_Webinar_on_ Reprocessing_of_Scopes_Transcript.pdf. Accessed April 26, 2016.
- GI Endoscope Reprocessing. Olympus America. 2016. Available at: http://medical.olympusamerica.com/customer-resources/cleaning-disinfection-sterilization/cds-instructions/gi-endoscope-reprocessing.. Accessed May 19, 2016.
- Endoscope Handling. Pentax Medical. Available at: https://www.pentaxmedical.com/pentax/en/95/1/ Endoscope-Handling.. Accessed April 13, 2017.
- Burlingame, B., Link, T.,Ogg, M., Spruce, L., Spry, C., Van Wicklin, S., Wood, A. Guidelines for Perioperative Practice. Denver, CO: Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, 2016. Print.
- Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, Inc. Standards of Infection Prevention in Reprocessing of Flexible Gastrointestinal Endoscopes, 2015. Available at: https://www.sgna.org/Portals/0/Standards%20 for%20reprocessing%20endoscopes_FINAL.pdf.. Accessed May 12, 2016.