Reprocessing and cleaning of highly sensitive robotic instrumentsnow becomes even easier: the new TRISON 4000 ultrasonic
bath combines ultrasound, moving of all instrument axes and individual channel rinsing for best results already during pre-cleaning.
Ultrasound exceeds any manual cleaning in effectiveness!
Through ultrasonic cavitation not easily accessible areas on sensitive instruments are advantageously reached.
Mechanical damages like scratches are avoided („electronic brushing“).
Moving and rinsing additionally intensify the cleaning effect!
The new TRISON Twist is the first to move all instrument axes of up to 4 robotic instruments separately – for an improved ultrasonic effect. It is available as an „Si“ or „Xi“ version, in respect to the instrument types. A new ergonomic innovation is the new pivot mounted arm TRISON Lift. It allows a simple connection of the instruments and a comfortable lowering of the TRISON Twist into the ultrasonic tank. The TRISON cleaning concept is completed by an alternating suction and pressure rinsing of every instrument lumen in combination with an individual examination.
Advantages at a glance
• Improved cleaning through a combination of ultrasound, rinsing and moving for robotic instruments
• Designed for robotic instruments
• Reliability as a result of individual instrument rinsing and examination
• Simple instrument connection
• For robotic instruments, but also for rinsable MIS and standard instruments
• Temperature monitoring with warning function
• Protocol function
• Ergonomic, hygienic controls
• Flexible, space-saving system for the workplace thanks to different mounting options
da Vinci robotic instrument from Intuitive Surgical
TRISON with Twist for da Vinci SI instruments
TRISON with Twist for da Vinci XI instruments
TRISON User interface
TRISON – the modules
Moving device with ergonomic pivot mounted arm – TRISON Twist and Lift
The heart of the TRISON is the innovative moving device TRISON Twist for up to four robotic instruments. Special sprung actuators engage with the bottom of the instruments and move them during sonication. The surgical working tools are rotated and manipulated at their tips for all-over ultrasonic effect. Integrated friction clutches prevent damage to filigree cables and drive rollers.
The cleaning process is also supported by the permanent internal rinsing of the instruments. To allow this, the instruments are connected with hoses to the rinsing cycle of the TRISON Base control unit. The removed soiling is guided directly into the exchangeable filter, rather than back into the bath fluid. Various series of experiments with actually contaminated instruments and with standardised test contamination confirm the effectiveness of the new TRISON cleaning concept.
TRISON Lift with Twist for da Vinci Xi-Instrumente
Control unit – the base
During sonication, each instrument is individually released for rinsing and checked for flow-through (patent DE 20 2006 020 523). Non-rinsable instruments are reliably identified and displayed on the touch screen at the end of the process. The determination, classification and clear indication of successful rinsability for each instrument ensure a higher level of safety for reprocessing.
The TRISON Twist allows the fixation of up to four robotic instruments by means of a simple push-on mechanism – no additional basket is required. Connection to the rinsing cycle is made with one double Luer connector per instrument.
The special TRISON Rack basket allows up to eight MIS instruments to be connected for rinsing, using the reliable SONOMIC adapter.
Connection to the TRISON Base control unit is performed quickly and without risk of mix-up by using two multi-hose connectors.
TRISON has been specially developed for robotic instruments. With the use of suitable accessories, however, MIS instruments and standard instruments can also be effectively cleaned. In order to best meet the various cleaning requirements, a cleaning program is available for each instrument type.
TRISON contains a temperature sensor and, prior to each cleaning cycle, tests whether the temperature of the bath fluid is within the permitted range. To prevent protein coagulation, a warning message appears at temperatures of about 40 °C. If the bath fluid temperature is too low (< 18 °C), a warning message is also given.
For quality verification, TRISON provides two interfaces. A USB interface allows for simple and flexible data transfer using a USB stick. The ethernet interface allows link-up to central sterile services management software or similar. Logging includes: cleaning mode, bath temperature, result of rinsing examination, etc.
• Inlet pressure 5-9 bar
• Temperature monitoring
For any further details, check our data sheet TRISON
Ultrasonic oscillating bath
The TRISON ultrasonic oscillating bath has been specially dimensioned for extremely long robotic instruments. Thanks to the high-performance ultrasonic oscillating systems on the bottom and sides, drive adapters, instrument shafts and working tools at their tips are optimally reached by ultrasound and possible acoustic shadows are avoided. The TRISON ultrasound generator is equipped with the SweepTec automatic frequency control system in order to minimise standing waves and to guarantee a homogeneous ultrasonic intensity distribution. In a cleaning program designed in consultation with the manufacturer, robotic instruments are first soaked for approx. 30 min. in order to partially dissolve or break down organic residues. In the subsequent alternating suction and pressure rinsing process with ultrasound support, the control housing and shaft of each instrument is rinsed and tested for flow-through. In this way, even stubborn contamination is reliably stripped off and removed.
• PZT oscillating systems: 24 (frequency 35 kHz)
• operating volume: 42 l
For any further details, please check data sheet TRISON
TRISON ultrasonic oscillating bath
TRISON Twist 4000 for da Vinci Xi instruments
TRISON Twist 4000 for da Vinci Si instruments
TRISON Rack for the cleaning of rinsable MIC-instruments
Basket and basket holder for standard instruments