The new global cleaning standard
The Contamination and Sanitization Inspection (CSI) product family is the only line of portable, handheld devices that detect and document surface contaminants in seconds.
The CSI product line
The CSI product line is composed of three cutting-edge devices: the CSI, the CSI-D, and the CSI-D+. Each device is designed to detect contaminants that may have been missed during routine cleaning.
The CSI device provides customized checklists, video documentation, and detects organic contaminants such as feces, bacteria, and food residues.
The CSI-D takes the features of the CSI device and enhances it with Disinfection using UV-C feature.
Finally, the CSI-D+ is equipped with the added feature of enhanced detection of saliva and respiratory droplets and disinfection with UV-C, making it ideal for the most demanding applications.
Our integrated systems can reduce the likelihood of spreading dangerous and costly illnesses including COVID-19, influenza, norovirus, and diseases caused by E.coli.
How clean is clean?
Across all industries, tightening regulations mean that the need to verify clean is more necessary than ever. Current methods such as visual inspection and ATP swabs have been used for decades, but they only provide a portion of the picture when it comes to which areas are clean and which are not.
The CSI product line uses revolutionary technology to detect contaminants that may have been missed during routine cleaning. This can reduce the likelihood of spreading dangerous and costly illnesses including COVID-19, influenza, C. difficile, MRSA, norovirus, and diseases caused by E. coli and spore-forming bacteria that can survive on surfaces for months. A CSI certified clean environment has the potential to decrease risk and save lives.
High power LEDs
No dyes or reagents required
Works under ambient light
Real-Time Optical Imaging
How does CSI Identify Contaminants?
The CSI device utilizes a fluorescence imaging scanner that is non-contact, and does not require fluorescent dyes or reagents for operation. The CSI device enables organizations to audit “cleaned” surfaces under bright ambient light and to detect invisible surface contamination. In other words, it makes the invisible contaminants “visible” without the need to shut down operations. Other characteristics of the CSI scanners include:
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered
- rechargeable battery powered
- Hardware consists of a high-resolution color LCD display and touch screen.
- Includes complimentary software system to automatically provide dynamic AI risk assessment and customize risk responses.
What types of contaminants can be identified by the CSI devices?
Capable of identifying a wide range of contaminants, including saliva, respiratory droplets, fecal matter, blood and animal protein residue
Capable of identifying a wide range of contaminants, including vegetable and grain starch, leafy vegetable residue, fat and oils
Examples of invisible organic residues include saliva and respiratory droplets, vegetable and grain starch, leafy vegetable residue, fecal matter contamination, fats and oils, and animal protein residue
Anytime, Anywhere Contamination Detection
The CSI devices are designated to be easy to use under ambient light, making it an ideal solution for on-the-spot inspections and monitoring. Versatile and convenient, it can be used in any environment at any time, whether you need to scan large surfaces or perform more specific analyses. With its user-friendly interface and simple operation, it doesn’t require special skills or knowledge to use. It is an all-in-one solution that is not only cost-effective but also time-saving, making it the perfect device for maintaining a safe and clean environment.
How does the CSI product line complement ATP swabbing and improve surface cleanliness detection?
The CSI product line complements other cleaning methods, such as ATP swabs, by detecting any residual contamination. It also identifies specific areas for swabbing. This provides a more accurate representation of surface cleanliness compared to traditional swabbing methods. Implementing the CSI products leads to increased cleaning efficacy and improved peace of mind for you and your customers.
How does the CSI product line integrate with my facility's existing Sanitization Standard Operating Procedures (SSOPs)?
The CSI product line is designed to be fully customizable to fit seamlessly into your existing Sanitization Standard Operating Procedures (SSOPs). This means that our products are able to address your facility’s specific cleaning needs, while also adhering to your particular parameters and schedule. Our customizable approach ensures that you can use our products in a way that is most effective for your facility and operations, without having to make significant changes to your existing procedures. With the CSI product line, you can have peace of mind knowing that you are using a solution that is tailored to your unique needs.
How can the CSI devices be used?
The CSI devices can be used in a variety of industries to detect and document surface contaminants and verify surface cleanliness. The portability and flexibility of the devices allow them to be used in any facility, regardless of size or layout. Since it integrates with your existing SSOPS, it ensures that your facility’s unique needs are met. The devices can detect a wide range of contaminants, making your facility safer for everyone. Whether you work in the food industry, healthcare, or manufacturing, the CSI devices will provide you with accurate and reliable results. They can help you identify problem areas, improve your cleaning protocols, and ensure the overall cleanliness of your facility, giving you and your customers peace of mind.
What activities can the CSI device be used for in my facility?
The CSI devices are a versatile tool that can support a wide range of activities in your facility. They can support activities such as:
- Daily cleaning operations
- Start of day and end of day cleaning
- Incident response
- Periodic deep cleans
- Risk management
- Cleaning audit management
- Operational planning
- Other uses based on business case
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