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Getinge IN2 CSSD

Meeting hygienic workflow requirements

To prevent cross-contamination, the CSSD must be well-designed to support efficient, hygienic workflows. The Getinge IN2 CSSD wall system helps you to create a clean and efficient workspace for sterile reprocessing.

Getinge IN2 CSSD at a glance

The Getinge IN2 Modular Room System is the core of our project business. This high-quality, hygienic solution consists of a substructure, wall and ceiling elements, doors, and the optional integration of built-in elements that give you the flexibility to change and replace as needed. It is the flexible foundation for your hospital to grow and adapt to new technologies.

Dedicated wall materials for your CSSD

Getinge IN2 CSSD offers dedicated wall materials that are designed to meet the requirements of different hospital areas. For the CSSD we recommend our dedicated wall materials Stainless steel and HPL. Several design options such as print or backlit elements are available to improve aesthetics.

Stainless steel wall elements are modular, flexible, easy-to-clean, antibacterial.

Stainless steel

Stainless steel wall elements are powder coated with an infused antibacterial technology. Smooth surfaces support easy cleaning. The standard 3-part elements allow for full modularity and flexibility. On-site cut-outs are possible to add outlets or additional monitors.

HPL wall elements are support an easy disinfection process.

HPL

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) wall elements are sealed down to the substructure, feature smooth surfaces, and flush integration of window elements to support an easy disinfection process. The 1- or 2-part panels offer flexibility for future modifications.

The wall elements are arranged in a three-parted manner which organizes built-in switches, sockets, and outlets.

Printed wall elements

Getinge IN2 CSSD offers printed wall elements to bring soothing imagery to the sterile reprocessing department– especially in rooms without windows. Images are directly printed onto the product for long-term durability. They are resistant to damage from standard cleaning solutions.

The Getinge IN2 CSSD wall system helps you to create a clean and efficient workspace for sterile reprocessing.

The Getinge IN2 CSSD System is designed to meet highest hygienic workflow requirements and offers:

  • Elements sealed down to the substructure
  • Smooth, powder-coated surfaces for easy cleaning
  • Effective sound insulation to meet building requirements
  • Cladding of infection control machines with stainless steel panels
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Investing in a future-proof healthcare facility

Modular room systems are the key to maximizing ROI while accommodating growth and change.

The prefabricated, modular components of Getinge IN2 are designed to be easily assembled and disassembled without special tools, anticipating the evolution of cutting-edge technologies in the OR, CSSD, and ICU. Choose from a wide range of options and interchangeable elements to easily build or remodel your space.

Projects using prefabricated Getinge IN2 wall and ceiling elements can be completed 40% faster than projects that use conventional construction materials. This keeps project timelines on track and on budget, with less downtime, noise, dust, and disruption.

Getinge IN2 was designed with sustainability in mind.

Getinge IN2 components are built to last

The design allows for elements to be reused and repurposed, reducing your facility’s overall carbon footprint and maximizing the return on your investment.

Getinge’s sustainability work is an integral part of our passion for life. We help our customers save lives with a commitment to conducting business that is socially, ethically and environmentally sound across the entire value chain.

By respecting our customers, employees, and the planet in everything we do, we make a positive impact on society, today and in the future.

Individually printable elements for walls, ceilings, and doors can be customized and combined to create a unique environment, or mark different functional areas.

Attractive design for a positive work environment

Incorporating appealing colors, motifs, and design elements can create a pleasant environment that alleviates tension and workplace stress. The pleasant atmosphere can have a positive impact on mood and efficiency.

Whether you prefer colored walls or artistic prints, Getinge IN2 offers a nearly limitless array of combinations of door leaves, walls, and ceiling elements. Create custom designs that bring calming energy to your facility.

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A hygienic solution that meets your specific needs

All Getinge IN2 elements are sealed down to the substructure, feature smooth surfaces, and flush integration of built-in elements to support an easy disinfection process.

Getinge IN2 elements are designed to form a large, easy-to-clean surface with few joints within the hospital workspace. This has a positive impact on the prevention of cross-contamination.

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Tailored to you

Don’t settle for a one-size-fits-all solution.

Getinge specializes in offering complete, single-source concepts that are tailored precisely to your technical, economic, and local requirements. We will work with you to develop a flexible solution designed to evolve with the rapidly changing healthcare environment to maximize ROI.
Let us guide you through every stage, from consulting and planning through installation and initial operation.

Getinge IN2 in other hospital areas

Use Getinge IN2 in other hospital areas

Hospitals are high-stress facilities. Create a calming environment in corridors, holding, and recovery areas with Getinge IN2.

The same customized, attractive, and hygienic solution can provide a durable modular design for public-facing areas as well as endoscopic rooms or cath labs.

  • Great design is more than just good aesthetics. It’s the overall experience from the first impression to interaction and lasting usability. The Scandinavian heritage of Getinge plays a key role in our design philosophy, and in the development of the Getinge IN2 System.