Oseco Technology Designed to Protect Medical Sterilization Equipment from Over-Pressurization

Oseco provides pressure relief devices for the medical industry to minimize risk of over-pressurization during sterilization of vital medical equipment in autoclaves and other sterilizer units.     

As a leader in the pressure relief industry for more than 30 years, Oseco offers products to meet the needs of healthcare facilities, hospitals and clinics. This includes rupture disc technology that can withstand the high pressures and temperatures required during equipment sterilization. Oseco’s sterilizer rupture discs are available in a variety of sizes and pressures, as well as materials that are compatible with sterilizing media.

Oseco understands the difficulties associated with the relief valve for medical equipment sterilizing and offers a solution in their sterilizer rupture discs. These rupture discs are a leak-tight alternative that allows unit maintenance to be planned and proactive. Additionally, they are quick and easy to replace when service is required after activation. Relief valves often leak during use and then require intricate adjustment that can be time consuming. This makes healthcare facilities susceptible to unplanned, prolonged downtime of their units. Oseco sterilizer rupture discs save healthcare facilities the headache and liability of unplanned maintenance and downtime of their equipment.

“Autoclave and sterilizer units are important investments for offices in the medical industry, as they are crucial to everyday needs for equipment sterilization and the facility’s ability to provide patient care,” says Shawn McCorkle, sales and segment manager of Oseco’s Engineered Solutions. “Oseco ensures that these valuable units are protected from over-pressurization, safe for medical personnel to use, and easy to install. We offer custom solutions that provide a good fit, precise pressure calibration, and media compatibility.”

Source: Oseco

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