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Bondtech Medical Waste Autoclaves Website by WebFL.US Showcases Hospital Sterilizers That Can Kill Ebola Virus

Somerset, Kentucky (PRWEB) August 08, 2014

The UK Independent calls Ebola virus disease (EVD) - also referred to as Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) - "a biological doomsday device that conspires with the human body to bring death in the most gruesome fashion." There is no known vaccine or cure for the horrific disease, which is fatal for 66.4% (2 out of 3) of those who contract it. The killer virus can itself be killed, however, by decontamination processes employing the steam autoclave sterilization systems Bondtech Corporation offers to hospitals and commercial medical waste removal and treatment companies around the globe through its recently-launched, fully-responsive, mobile-friendly and secure website

According to Bondtech President & CEO Elsa Brown, "The W.H.O. says the death toll from the latest Ebola outbreak is 932 and climbing. It's a highly contagious virus but it's not airborne, so you can't just breathe it in. To contract the disease you must have contact with an infected person's blood or bodily fluids. High-vacuum, high-pressure, high-temperature steam autoclave sterilization of biologically contaminated materials such as these eliminates all forms of infectious biohazardous microorganisms - viral, bacterial and fungal - including the Ebola virus. That is the primary function of the medical waste sterilizers and hospital waste autoclaves we feature on our new state-of-the-art website"

Custom hand-coded in PHP/MySQL server-side and jQuery/JavaScript client-side, is what its designer and developer WebFL.US calls a speedy secure responsive web design. To qualify as "ssRwd" every page on the website passes 15 tests of mobile friendliness, responsive design, HSTS transport security, SPDY speed optimization, metadata semantics and W3C HTML5/CSS3 standards compliance. Consequently site visitors can expect fast, flexible and secure access to extensive information about Bondtech biomedical waste autoclave products, accessories, supplies and other infectious waste treatment solutions plus a consistently smooth user experience regardless of what desktop, notebook, tablet or smartphone browser they use to access it.

"Over the past three decades Bondtech Corporation has grown from startup business enterprise to leading global provider of autoclave sterilization solutions - with installations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia," attested Bondtech Vice President Angel Aguiar, P.E. "Much of that success we attribute to our ability to be extremely flexible in how we design, engineer, fabricate, install and maintain autoclave sterilization solutions for a broad and diverse customer base while at the same time maintaining strict adherence to all applicable best practices, industry standards and regulatory requirements. In short, Bondtech offers quality in development and flexibility in delivery, and I believe our new website mirrors that commitment."

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Bondtech Corporation has manufactured high-vacuum high-pressure autoclave sterilization systems with high-volume processing capacities for the commercial medical waste treatment industry for more than 30 years. It is also the world's leading supplier of durable and reliable on-site hospital waste autoclave sterilizers. Bondtech Treatment Technology (BTT) systems currently provide the majority of the waste treatment capacity in North America for medical waste and USDA/APHIS/foreign origin wastes.

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