Call us now 215 364 1477
1979 – Established
Custom Ultrasonics is established by Frank J. Weber to serve the needs of healthcare professionals and the Infection Control community.
2013 – New CEO
Alicia Nakonetschny assumes the role of President/CEO of Custom Ultrasonics from the Founder of Custom Ultrasonics, Frank J. Weber.
2022 – Acquisition
Wassenburg Medical has purchased the assets of Custom Ultrasonics effective December 31st 2021. Custom Ultrasonics activities will be assumed by Wassenburg Medical Inc. including the staff and have the opportunity to market the Wassenburg portfolio in the future.
1981 – Introduction System 83
The System 83 is introduced as an automated system to clean and high-level disinfect complex multi channeled flexible endoscopes.
2017 – FDA 510(k) clearance
The Scope-Assist Flushing Sink receives FDA 510(k) clearance. The Scope-Assist Flushing Sink provides for an environment for the manual cleaning of flexible endoscopes.
To serve the needs of healthcare professionals and the Infection Control community by providing dependable high quality products and excellent services, to foster education of Infection Control principles and practices and through extensive R&D efforts develop and manufacture state-of-the art products to clean, high-level disinfect and store endoscopic instrumentation and related equipment/components.
Any healthcare setting including but not limited to Hospitals, Medical Centers, Outpatient Clinics, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, physician offices, etc. where endoscopy procedures are performed and endoscopic instrumentation require effective cleaning and high- level disinfection.
Recognizing the needs of the healthcare community and the inherent shortcomings associated with manual reprocessing methods for reusable medical devices, Wassenburg Medical Inc. was established in 1981 to design, manufacture and distribute automated systems to clean and high-level disinfect complex devices including multi-channeled flexible endoscopes. These automated processes are standardized and have been validated using a patented, simulated in-use microbiological decontamination protocol under worst-case conditions. Utilizing ultrasonics during the cleaning cycle, patient debris and contaminants are effectively dislodged and removed from instrument surfaces. To obtain optimum flow of reprocessing solutions (detergent, disinfectant, filtered rinse water, etc.) through each internal channel of an endoscope, individual channel adapters are used to ensure contact of fluid within channel surfaces. Current state-of-the art AERs have followed the lead and have also developed one-on-one channel–adapter connectivity as well as feature channel monitoring capability.