The Neptune 2 waste management system minimizes risk to healthcare workers by virtually eliminating harmful exposure to fluids and smoke in the operating room. A totally closed, all-in-one unit, it collects and disposes of surgical waste without operator assistance. It prevents contact with infectious fluids and surgical plumes. In addition, it’s ready for use on more cases because it works so quickly and efficiently. It’s everything you expect from Neptune – and more.
10 months ago
|Stryker Neptune in Endoscopy Units|
We use the Stryker Neptune in our OR Suites. We were wondering if it can be used in the Endoscopy suite where the suction tubing is connected to the endoscope (colonoscope / gastroscope)Reply
a year ago
My plumbers need to add a Backflow valve to the piping to our Neptune system.
This is per the WSSC instructions in our area. How do I find out the size of the Backflow valve needed to handle this product?
2 years ago
I could use any amount of data anyone has about these units. Partiularly about the hot water for cleaning. Why is it limited to 110 degrees F. I need speifictions/ reasons to justify to my Plant OPS to put in a hot and cold water mixing valve. Stryker is not being to helpful of why.Reply
Neptune 2 is powerful protection for today’s surgical environment. Key advantages include: