Meddo's electric wash basin is designed to provide a safe and efficient solution for hand washing and other hygiene tasks in healthcare settings, delivering comfort and ease of use for patients. Meddo's electric wash basin provides a safe, easy and efficient solution for hand washing and other hygienic tasks in healthcare facilities.
Daily Cleaning: The electric wash basin should be cleaned and disinfected every day or more frequently if necessary. All surfaces, including the sink, faucet, and hand dryer or paper towel dispenser, should be wiped clean with a disinfectant solution.
Repairs and Maintenance: Any repairs or maintenance work should be carried out by qualified and trained professionals to prevent any damage to the equipment.
Inspection and Monitoring: Regular inspections and monitoring should be performed to ensure that the electric wash basin is working correctly and there are no leaks or malfunctioning parts.
Electrical Safety: Ensure regular inspections of electrical connections, ensuring that they are secure and free from damage.
Preventive Maintenance: Perform regular preventive maintenance activities such as lubrication and adjustments to keep the equipment in excellent working condition.
Water Quality Control: The water quality supply is essential, and regular checks on water quality should be performed to ensure the basin's longevity.
Product Specific Cleaning: Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for cleaning the specific electric wash basin model.
Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on surfaces, as they could damage the electric elements, plumbing connections, or finishes.
Recordkeeping: Maintain a record of all maintenance activities performed on the electric wash basin to help monitor regular activity and identify any changes or issues.
Replacement and Disposal: Replace any damaged equipment or parts promptly and dispose of them correctly following environmental disposal regulations.
Electric wash basins should be cleaned and disinfected every day or more frequently if necessary, especially if they are in a high traffic area. Regular cleaning is critical to maintaining hygiene standards and preventing the spread of infections. Hospital staff should use hospital-grade disinfectants and follow the manufacturer's instructions when cleaning and disinfecting the wash basin. Additionally, an environmental services team should be responsible for daily cleaning and disinfection of hospital equipment to ensure optimal cleanliness and to prevent the spread of infections.