Through an integrated approach of specific cellular and molecular biology techniques, the Department of Neurology, Biomedicine and Movement of the University of Verona conducted, in collaboration with Smeg, a series of tests aimed at verifying the effectiveness of the BPW1260 / BPW4260 Bedpan Washers in removing the Clostridium Difficile bacterium, known to be particularly resistant on surfaces, is a serious threat in hospitals and nursing homes.
The outcomes that emerged are extremely positive: after the dedicated cycle of washing and thermal disinfection of aids contaminated with the bacterium, the analysis confirmed the total absence of Clostridium Difficile.
This result is of particular importance, especially considering the hostility of Clostridium Difficile to normal cleaning procedures. Smeg BPW1260 / BPW4260 Bedpan Washer have proven to be highly effective in ensuring a hygienic and safe environment.
This is yet another accolade that confirms Smeg's expertise in providing safe and top-quality tools, establishing them as the best allies in the workplace.