Safety Station

Controls Cost. Controls Safety.


Designed to safely serve the entire hospital from ER to OR, low volume infectious fluid management is easily accomplished by replacing conventional disposable suction with Zimmer’s suction canisters. During the cleaning process inside the Safety Station, a disinfectant agent is applied to the canister, enabling easy reuse.

The Safety Station includes:

  • Automated Control Panel Operation
  • Totally Closed Sink Design

Solves Suction Canister Waste Problems

With a minimum amount of equipment, the Safety Station solves the OR and house-wide suction canister waste problem.

  • Closed sink design protects employees from fluid exposure risks common with traditional suction canister disposal methods.
  • On-site disposal technology reduces costly red bag waste by eliminating disposable suction canisters and expensive gelling agents. 

Equipment Requirements for the OR and Other Departments

Typical equipment requirements for a 10 suite OR are as follows:

  • 1 Safety Station + 180 Reusable Canisters + 1 Drying Tree + 12 Roll Stands

Larger hospitals with more than 200 beds can install additional Safety Stations near one or more fluid generating departments for convenience. These departments include:

  • Endoscopy
  • Recovery
  • Intensive Care
  • ER
  • Patient Care

Legal Manufacturer:

Dornoch Medical Systems, Inc.
200 NW Parkway
Riverside, MO 64150 U.S.A.

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