To prevent the spread of diseases, medical waste needs to be disposed of in the correct manner. The only allowable method by law in Namibia is incineration. We supply a wide range of incinerators with proven technology and full technical support country wide.
Sterilization in laboratory and hospital environments has its unique requirement. Choosing the right steam sterilizer depends on several considerations: load diversity, frequency of use, available services and load volumes.Read more
Incinerators form part of a waste treatment process as hazardous waste is incinerated (combustion of organic material under high temperatures), converting the material into ash, exhaust gases and heat. Infections germs are destroyed and chemical substances converted to their base elements (drugs are destroyed).Read more
An alternative form to incineration is waste conversion. Any form of waste is shredded beyond recognition and then sterilized under pressure with steam. Germs, bacteria and viruses are destroyed.Read more
Without proper disinfecting of medical instruments diseases can spread rapidly form patient to patient in hospitals. It is thus of utmost importance that all medical instruments are 100% germ free.Read more