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The ONE cleaner enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaner is used for manually cleaning surgical instruments, ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaners, and automated surgical instrument washers. Use the all-in ONE cleaner enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaner for cleaning surgical instruments faster and more cost effectively.
ONE cleaner enzyme surgical instrument cleaners will rapidly breakdown surgical bioburden contamination. For a surgical instrument cleaning product to clean effectively, detergents are necessary that will remove the soil from the surface of the surgical instruments.
A combination of enzymes and detergents are necessary for optimal surgical instrument cleaning.
The ONE cleaner surgical instrument cleaner delivers the highest concentration of enzymatic detergent surgical instrument cleaners.
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The ONE cleaner is designed to be use for ultrasonic cleaning of surgical instruments. When using ultrasonic cleaning surgical instruments must be fully immersed in an enzymatic detergent surgical instrument cleaning solution. Hinged surgical instruments must remain open during the ultrasonic cleaning process. Use cleaning trays that do not obstruct the ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaning process. Sort and separate instruments by similar metals to prevent corrosion. Review the level of soil and renew the ultrasonic bath as needed. Follow each ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaning with instrument rinses. Ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaning will fragment and loosen soil but will not necessarily remove the soil from the surface of the surgical instruments being cleaned. Enzyme surgical instrument cleaning detergents are recommended for challenging and rapid cleaning tasks due to their ability to break soil down to a form that can be removed from surfaces that are difficult to clean, and most importantly, deliver the surfactant detergents needed to clean that bioburden from the surface.
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There are optimal temperatures for using enzymatic cleaners for cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization. The optimal temperature for maximum enzyme surgical instrument cleaning performance peaks at 137 degrees Fahrenheit (58.33 degree Celsius). Surgical instrument detergents typically peak cleaning performance at 185 degrees Fahrenheit (85 degree Celsius). The peak performance for the enzyme sugical instrument cleaners and detergent surgical instrument cleaners represent the top of a bell curve with increasing and decreasing enzyme and detergent cleaning performance to each side the peak.
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