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Looking to identify an affordable, reliable, and accurate monitoring solution for Peracetic Acid, Wayne-Sanderson Farms discovered ChemDAQ nearly 10 years ago and has since rolled out ChemDAQ's monitoring solutions company-wide across the U.S.
Looking to evaluate the impacts of hydrogen peroxide (H₂O₂) sterilization leakage in sterile processing departments, both Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP) and STERIS Corporation conducted independent studies to evaluate H₂O₂ emissions from leading sterilizers used in hospitals around the world.
All ChemDAQ monitoring solutions feature state of the art technology to accurately and precisely detect three sterilant gasses: Ethylene Oxide (EtO), Hydrogen Peroxide (H₂O₂), and Peracetic Acid (PAA). These chemicals are used as sterilants, disinfectants and antimicrobials in industries around the world – from food and beverage processing to healthcare and medical device sterilization.
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ChemDAQ is proud to provide chemical vapor monitoring services to more than 600 customers around the world. We serve industries that rely on hazardous chemicals, namely Peracetic Acid (PAA), Ethylene Oxide (EtO), and Hydrogen Peroxide (H₂O₂) to maintain daily business operations.
Food & Beverage Packaging
H₂O₂ and PAA are used in high concentrations and in large quantities throughout aseptic packaging operations to ensure the safe production and extended shelf life of common food and beverage products.
Hospitals rely on H₂O₂, PAA and EtO to sterilize medical instruments needed in patient care. This essential task requires workers to employ high concentrations in Sterile Processing Departments, placing them at risk of exposure.
PAA is used in poultry and meat processing. PAA is distributed to various areas of the processing plant to kill harmful bacteria on meat and surfaces to meet USDA food safety guidelines.
Medical Device Manufacturing
More than 50% of all medical devices used in the U.S. are sterilized with EtO. While an effective sterilizing agent, EtO is known to produce harmful gas vapors and off-gas from sterilized units, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Supply Chain Logistics
Medical devices that are sterilized with EtO and then shipped to their final destination may continue to off-gas for days. During transport, EtO accumulates in trucks and continues to off-gas once held in storage facilities, accumulating emissions that can often exceed OSHA's permissible exposure limit.
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Chemical vapor monitoring is an easy and effective way to offer protection to employees. Connect with a product expert to discuss your options today.
A Statement from ChemDAQ's CTO Regarding the EPA's Proposed 10 ppb Limit for Ethylene Oxide Exposure
In April 2023, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued proposed regulations that would set a new occupational ceiling for EtO exposure within a sterilization workplace of 10 ppb, above which respiratory protection must be worn by workers.
ChemDAQ Announces Collaboration with Leidos, Unveils Breakthrough Peracetic Acid Abatement Technology
Workplaces that use Peracetic Acid (PAA) can now be much safer as ChemDAQ, Inc. today announced a new collaboration effort with Leidos, a FORTUNE® 500 science and technology leader. Together, the companies bring to fruition a first-of-its kind Peracetic Acid Abatement System to significantly reduce workplace exposure to PAA vapor.
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