In the realm of medical devices, sterility is not just a requirement—it’s a commitment to medical excellence. PureLine takes this commitment to heart, offering specialized services to medical device companies seeking the most thorough and reliable sterilization solutions without the use of Ethylene Oxide.
PureLine is conducting preliminary validation studies of our chlorine dioxide gas technology, ensuring that every medical device is free from contaminants, meeting the highest standards of cleanliness and safety. We are dedicated to supporting medical innovations by providing sterilization services that are as meticulous as they are efficient.
Contract Sterilization with
Chlorine Dioxide Gas
Stepping into the forefront of contract sterilization is chlorine dioxide gas, a powerful and efficient sterilant that promises to redefine the landscape of medical device sterilization. At PureLine, we harness our proprietary chlorine dioxide gas technologies, offering a compelling alternative to traditional Ethylene Oxide (EO) methods. Recognized for its penetrative capabilities and broad-spectrum efficacy, chlorine dioxide gas ensures thorough sterilization, leaving no room for contaminants. As the medical industry seeks safer and more environmentally-friendly sterilization alternatives, PureLine’s chlorine dioxide gas decontamination stands out as the future-ready solution, ensuring both device integrity and patient safety.
PureLine DC Series Medical
Device Sterilization Unit
The DC Series by PureLine stands out for its innovative approach to sterilization, combining the efficacy of ClO2 with advanced technological features. Utilizing a potent ClO2 gas, the DC Series ensures thorough decontamination of medical devices, maintaining the highest standards of sterilization. The system meticulously records critical parameters, validating sterilization cycles. With an intuitive interface, the DC Series allows easy input of batch data and configuration of cycles. Fill out the contact form below to learn more about PureLine’s chlorine dioxide sterilization.