Respirator mask cleaning

Published:  14 August, 2020

MEIKO says Babcock's Rosyth site is the first UK user of its cleaning and disinfection machine for respiratory protective equipment, which provides Log 5 protection.

"Along with being able to evidence compliance with regulations, we know that our people are supplied with fully maintained kit, to the highest levels of cleanliness," says Colin Chrystal, health, safety & environmental manager at Babcock’s Rosyth site. "We anticipate being able to fully inspect, disinfect and maintain 60 units per day, comfortably.”

Babcock's Rosyth site is currently cleaning 10 masks per day using the Meiko TopClean M Cleaning and Disinfection system (3M 6000 full face respirators and 3M 7500 half mask respirators). The site is home to one of the largest waterside manufacturing and repair facilities in the UK,

t: 01753 215120

e: MeikoUK@meiko-uk.co.uk

w: www.meiko-uk.co.uk

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