Destroy Anthrax Spores ...

Sterilize All Your Incoming Mail

Are you concerned about exposure to Anthrax?

Do you want to protect against Anthrax coming to your office thru the mail?

Do you want to know how to prevent Anthrax Exposure?

Here is what you can do - Use a Sterilizer.

If you receive large batches of mail daily, you need to have a way of ensuring your safety and the safety of the entire office.

For years, medical professionals have used sterilizing equipment to kill bacteria, spores and other dangerous micro organisms.

They know that most bacteria and spores are killed when exposed to temperatures that reach 273-degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes. The sterilization is a great process, and allows instruments to be used on multiple patients, while keeping the patients free of disease or infection.

If you put your mail thru a sterilization process, the actual letters would remain mostly intact, good as new. Any printed material will be mostly unaffected by the sterilization. You should note, however, that handwritten letters in pen or marker may become slightly smudged.

Any form of bacteria - not just the Anthrax - which may be in the letter you receive, will most likely be killed, as long as the simple sterilization cycle is run correctly.

50 # 10 Envelopes at once

Specifications:
Chamber Size: 7" Dia x 12" D
Outside Dim: 16"D x 17"W x 12"H
P/N Z-Tutt-1730-Value
110V
This unit will sterilize & dry up to 50 #10 envelopes within 50 min.

Price:
$1997 (freight included in USA)*

Ships ASAP!

* If you want to have a printout verification for every cycle, do not choose this sterilizer. Use any of the following sterilizers.


$1997 (Freight included in USA)

50 # 10 Envelopes at once

Specifications:
Chamber Size: 7" Dia x 12" D
Outside Dim: 16"D x 17"W x 12"H
P/N Z-Tutt-1730E-N
110V
This unit will sterilize & dry up to 50 #10 envelopes within 50 min.

Price:
$3200 (plus freight)

Ships ASAP!

* We recommend some extra accessories when buying this sterilizer.
Click here for details.




$3200 (plus freight)


100 # 10 Envelopes at once

Specifications:
Chamber Size: 9" Dia x 18" D
Total Body Size: 20" W x 20" D x 15" H
P/N Z-Tutt-2540E-N
110V
This unit will sterilize & dry up to 100 #10 envelopes within 50 minutes.

Price:
$4000 (plus freight)

Ships ASAP!

* We recommend some extra accessories when buying this sterilizer.
Click here for details.


$4000 (plus freight)

600 # 10 Envelopes at once

Specifications:
Chamber Size: 15" Dia x 29" D
Outside Dim: 33" D x 26" W x 21" H
P/N Z-Tutt-3870E-N
230V
This unit will sterilize & dry up to 600 #10 envelopes within 60 min.

Price:
$10,000 (plus freight)

Ships ASAP!

* We recommend some extra accessories when buying this sterilizer.
Click here for details.


$10,000 (plus freight)

 

Order now, and send all your daily mail into a sterilizer.
Keep your office safe! (all sales are final)

Call 1-800-732-1242 to speak
With a customer service representative
Or eMail Us

If you receive anthrax in an envelope, here are some suggestions for what you can do:
http://lists.elistx.com/archives/interesting-people/200110/msg00224.html
Never sacrifice the proper authorities
for your own judgement


"Spore destruction requires steam sterilization"
Source:
Biological Warfare Defense Information Sheet;
The U.S. Navy Manual on Operational Medicine and Fleet Support;
Section on Anthrax and Biological Warfare

*Source: http://www.bact.wisc.edu/Bact330/lectureanthrax


  In his book Principles and Methods of Sterilization in Health Sciences (Published by Charles Thomas Publishing, Springfield, Ill.) John Perkins shows clearly three different strains of B.anthracis and the most resilient is killed at 212F in 15 minutes. When we sterilize we use 273F for 30 minutes.

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Alfa Medical
59 Madison Ave,
Hempstead, NY 11550
1-800-732-1242
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"Spore destruction requires steam sterilization"
Source:
Biological Warfare Defense Information Sheet;

The U.S. Navy Manual on Operational Medicine and Fleet Support;

Section on Anthrax and Biological Warfare

Click here for more details

*Note - After sterilization is completed, most of the plastic that is on the window envelope, will melt, and become about 1/4" x 1.5" x 1/16" rectangular piece of hard plastic which occasionally sticks to the address surface. It may get stuck to a check also, and if you try to peel it off, it may distort your name from the face of the check.

There are three solutions that we recommend if the above happens:
1. Deposit the check with the plastic on it... the bank will accept it and deposit it into your account.
2. Bend the plastic, it will crack the plastic off
3. When you mail your invoice to your customer, attach a letter stating that you would prefer that checks should be sent in a non window envelope