Meiko has a new online platform, the Meiko experience zone, and it is much more than just a virtual showroom. Users can browse planning case studies and a library of expertise, accessing knowledge delivered using explainer videos and archived livestream footage from events and trade shows like MEDICA 2021 in Düsseldorf.
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If you weren’t able to be at MEDICA 2021, join us on a virtual tour of our stand and see a demonstration of the new Meiko TopLine bedpan washer-disinfector and its most innovative features like the Meiko Connect app which allows users to manage and export to PDF all machine and hygiene data from the Meiko TopLine.
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Continue to explore our clean solutions by visiting three virtual spaces: a large and a small dishwashing area, as well as a utility room in a hospital. All three spaces provide the opportunity to experience how individual machines work.
Inside the dirty utility room
Users can also experience the new Meiko TopLine and its features by visiting the dirty utility room within the Meiko experience zone.
This new bedpan washer-disinfector offers the greatest added value in the form of load detection. The assistant system suggests the correct cleaning programme for the care utensils loaded and starts it automatically after a few seconds. This option is available for selected holders and care utensils. To remove all points of contact with the machine, combine load detection with automatic door opening and closing using either a hand sensor or foot switch.
The new glass display provides an overview of what is going on at any moment in the process using a status display and progress bar. The blue operating concept is intuitive: any elements illuminated in blue on the screen or appliance are ‘ready for operation’ – so they can be used or selected. Green lighting means ‘in operation’ and if anything shows red, the machine has an ‘important message.’ And last but not least: the adjustable A0 value can be increased up to 12,000 to fulfil current and future hygiene requirements.
Alongside the new Meiko TopLine, users can also discover more of the building blocks of a dirty utility room in this space, as well as planning guidelines. A dirty utility room must be carefully designed, right down to the details, in order to play its important role in preventing infections and to integrate efficiently into the workflows used by care staff. With over 90 years of experience in medical devices, the Meiko team know where the critical points are in the utility room and how the processes should work in the ideal case so they can lay the groundwork for improved hygiene and protection at work in the planning and design phase.