The TIR34 Central Sterile Water Systems are designed to meet or exceed the proposed standards
The technical information report 34 (TIR34) covers the selection and maintenance of effective water quality suitable for reprocessing medical devices in central sterile water facilities. It provides guidelines for selecting the water quality necessary for the reprocessing of categories of medical devices and addresses water treatment equipment, water distribution and storage, quality control procedures for monitoring water quality, strategies for bacterial control, and environmental and personnel considerations.
Water can be treated by a variety of methods that yield different levels of water quality. In general, as the chemical quality of water improves, its microbial content could increase unless the system is closely monitored to prevent microbial overgrowth. Gram-negative bacteria and nontuberculous mycobacteria can grow in any type of water, including tap, softened, deionized (DI), reverse osmosis (RO) treated, and distilled water. The rate of growth and the microbial levels attained are a function of the amount of organic contaminants in the water. The importance of monitoring water quality to prevent problems with microbial overgrowth cannot be overemphasized.
The TIR34 Central Sterile Water Systems are designed to meet or exceed the proposed standards put forth. The improved process water used in Central Sterile Water System lowers infection, protects equipment and improves patient outcomes.
The best practice design provides for larger flow RO with a smaller fresh storage for your Central Sterile Critical Water Delivery System. The design is compliant with AAMI TIR34 and brass/copper/lead free with rust free powder coated aluminum frame. Our deluxe controller with conductivity and optional facilities management communications package make it the most advanced solution on the market.