- Washing chamber AISI 316L with rounded edges and sloping surfaces to avoid water stagnation, self-cleaning to remove any risk of bacterial proliferation.
- External panels AISI 304 – “Scotch-brite” finish perfectly smooth to avoid dirt and/or dust accumulation.
- External panels are mechanically coupled with fast connectors for optimizing the maintenance operations.
- The washer-disinfector design ensures the best thermal and acoustic insulation.
Ergonomics, reduced footprint and easy to use.
The detergent compartment is an integral part of the machine; its design is suitable for storing up to 4 x 5 litres + 1 x 2 litres.
It is also equipped with a removable tray for easy cleaning.
There is no need of detergent tubing outside the machine footprint.
- USB port fort downloading the performed cycles
- Ethernet port for LAN connection (optional)
The total verification of the thermal disinfection process is one of the most important aspects as explicitly required by the regulations. Therefore, it is essential that the washer-disinfectors are equipped with the necessary device for communicating data of the performed process. The Smeg washer-disinfector WD7015 has an USB serial port for default in order to download all the data related to washing and disinfection programs.
Tracing the washing and disinfection cycles is very important because it is a fundamental premise for the outcome verification of the overall process.
The printer is an optional useful to report all the data related to the cycles performed by hard-copy.
Alternatively, the machine can be connected to an archiving software by using the LAN port (optional). The Smeg models are compatible to the most common traceability software on the market.
The standard EN15883 specifies general performance requirements for washer-disinfectors related to quality assurance and process. The washer-disinfector WD7015 complies with the standard to ensure that washing cycles are controllable, verifiable and repeatable.
All the Smeg washer disinfectors are full in compliance with the standard and each technical solution implemented fulfil the requirements contained therein.
Among the various novelties introduced by EN15883 the most important is the A0-value concept. The EN15883 standard defines the A0-value, an important numerical value that puts in relation the two fundamental parameters of disinfection: temperature and time.
Basically the A0-value means how large is the lethality of the disinfection process for instrumentation. The washer-disinfector provides a wide range of programs with different A0-values for every need but it is also able to calculate and show the current value on the display and make a printout at the end of the cycle if the optional printer is installed.