Groupe Tomapure uses the UV rays method as used by INSPQ for safety
May 27, 2020
The Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) has singled out two promising methods for disinfecting protective equipment in the event of a shortage.
The Centre d’expertise en retraitement des dispositifs médicaux (CERDM) has chosen two technologies to disinfect N95 masks. The use of hydrogen peroxide and UV rays could ensure the safety of health care workers.
These methods appear to effectively eliminate the virus from the various mask models tested, while also preserving their seal as well as an adequate filtration capacity.
For several years now, our company has been one of the few in Canada to use UV rays during the preparation of our ready-to-eat products to protect customers!
We are proud to be on the leading edge in this area!
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