Enzymatic surgical instrument detergent lubricant enzyme cleaners replace cleaning products: enzyme surgical instrument cleaners, detergent surgical instrument surfactant cleaners, lubricants that maintain surgical instrument moving parts, and stains removers that render surgical instruments that look and perform like new. The four Enzymatic Surgical Instrument Cleaner breakdown all forms of bioburden. The Enzymatic Cleaners within the all-in-ONE Cleaners deliver: Protease Enzymatic Cleaners that breakdown blood and other proteinaceous bioburden, Lipase Enzymatic Cleaners to remove fats and emulsified lipids, Amylase Enzymatic Cleaners that breakdown starches, and Carbohydrase Enzymatic Cleaners to further breakdown high level starches. Scroll down for the product applications of the ONEcleaner Enzymatic Surgical Instrument Detergent Lubricant Enzyme Cleaners.
The ONEcleaner enzymatic detergent surgical instrument cleaners lubricate while they clean and are designed for thoroughly cleaning surgical instruments in less cleaning time and at a lower cost. This requires Lipase Enzymes, Amylase Enzymes, Carbohydrase Enzymes and Protease Enzymes for cleaning surgical instruments cleaner, and faster, with lower costs. Enzymes all act at the same speed and are of equal strength. The application and the dilution rates determine the speed and the strength as it relates to surgical instrument cleaning outcomes. Unlike detergents, higher concentrations of enzymes will deliver higher levels of surgical instrument cleaning. Common misunderstandings exist pertaining to the application of enzymatic enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaners including the times and temperatures for optimal cleaning outcomes. There are parameters for the use of enzymatic enzyme detergents that can render a high probability of excellent cleaning outcomes. It is commonly stated that enzymes clean. Enzymes alone do not clean. The primary function of enzymes is to break down soil, usually proteinaceous bioburden. For a cleaning product to clean surfactants are necessary that will remove the soil from the surface. A combination of enzymes and detergents is necessary for cleaning. The optimal temperature for maximum enzymatic enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaner performance peaks at 137 degrees Fahrenheit 58.33 degree Celsius. The detergent components typically peak performance at 185 degrees Fahrenheit 85 degree Celsius. The peak performance for the enzymes and the detergents represent the top of a bell curve with increasing and decreasing enzymatic enzyme detergent performance to each side the peak. Surgical Instrument Cleaner Conditioners can replace multiple surgical instrument cleaning, surgical instrument lubricant, and surgical instrument conditioning products. Enzymatic Cleaners for cleaning surgical instruments cut costs. Enzymatic Cleaners for cleaning surgical instruments clean fast. Enzymatic Cleaners for clean surgical instruments residue free. The enzymes used are: Lipase Enzymes to breakdown fat to cleave fatty acid residue from the glycerol residue in a neutral fat or a phospholipid, Amylase Enzymes to breakdown starch to catalyze the hydrolysis of starch to sugar to produce carbohydrate derivatives, Carbohydrase Enzymes to breakdown starch to a lower level to catalyze the hydrolysis of higher carbohydrates to lower forms, and Protease Enzymes breakdown blood including the proteinases and peptidases, to catalyze the hydrolytic breakdown of proteins.