Wassenburg Total Solution

Total solution

At Wassenburg, we know that a clean and disinfected endoscope is an important prerequisite to ensure safety for every patient and each procedure. But we do more than that – we offer a complete range of systems, consumables and services covering all aspects of the endoscope reprocessing cycle: the total solution.


Our Washer-disinfectors and drying cabinets wash and disinfect, and then dry, condition and store to the highest standards there are. Each step of the process is supported and monitored by traceability and management software. This means that each step is verified, delivering complete records that are easy to access.

Process chemicals

Wassenburg provides a full range of detergents and disinfectants specially designed for the WASSENBURG® equipment. All combinations – that is, chemicals and equipment – are type-tested according to the latest standards. The type-test results provide evidence of an effective cleaning and disinfection process.

Training and support

Training and support are essential to our total solution. We offer training programmes for hospital staff and provide maintenance and validation to ensure the excellent and continuous performance of your equipment.

Financial services

We offer financial services to fit your financing needs.


The pre-cleaning of endoscopes begins immediately after removal of the insertion tube from the patient, and before disconnecting the endoscope from the power source.

Washing & disinfection

Because endoscopes are used repeatedly, rigorous cleaning and disinfection after every procedure is required to prevent cross-contamination.

Drying & storage

To ensure that reprocessed endoscopes stay clean and disinfected in storage, a crucial step in reprocessing is drying and conditioning.


A transport system is recommended for the safe transport of flexible endoscopes from the treatment room to the reprocessing facility.


Tracking and tracing of the endoscope reprocessing cycle not only ensures compliance with regulations but is also essential to gain meaningful information regarding the efficiency of departmental operations.