Boulder Biotech Company Doubles Sterilization Capacity for Medical Device Products

BOULDER, Colo., Aug. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --A Boulder iQ, a contract consulting firm for high-technology and medical products, is doubling its capacity for ethylene oxide (EO) sterilization of medical devices in a commitment to maintain a four-day turnaround for most sterilization services. The company's Boulder Sterilization division uses ethylene oxide, a safe, effective low-temperature method, to sterilize medical device equipment and accessories from biological contaminants, including those from COVID-19. In addition, Boulder Sterilization uses an abator (catalytic converter) system to mitigate outgassing that is inherent in the EO process. While not required in Colorado, the company has opted to incorporate the abator to underscore its commitment to green operations. "Perhaps now more than ever, medical device companies need to get products to market quickly and efficiently," says Jim Kasic, Boulder iQ's president and CEO. He cites the fact that with the increased capacity, Boulder Sterilization can accommodate more projects to better serve its clients. "For entrepreneurs, start-ups and established companies that require sterilization of products, the service that Boulder Sterilization offers is quick, efficient, flexible and reliable."Offering sterilization, regulatory assistance during COVID crisis
Boulder Sterilization process works for healthcare and personal protection equipment (PPE), including N-95 respirators, surgical gowns, and nasal swabs, as well as medical devices and accessories used in COVID-19 testing, treatment, and care. In these times of PPE shortages, respirators, gowns, and swabs need regular cleaning and decontamination for reuse, explains Kasic. Boulder Sterilization also offers sterile packaging for medical devices sealed in Tyvek pouches, common packaging for medical devices.
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