easy FOAM-it soaking Enzymatic
are non irritating to the eye, nose and throat, biodegradable, neutral pH, and phosphate free.
easy-FOAM-it deliverers highly concentrated FOAM enzyme detergent cleaners for soaking and the rapid removal of all forms of surgical debris and mineral encrustations.
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easy FOAM-it soaking enzyme surgical instrument cleaners dilution rate is .25 to .5 ounces per gallon depending on the level of bioburden, encrustation and stains. The ONEcleaners deliver concentrated foam soaking surgical instrument cleaners for cost effective cleaning. The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners include a bacteriostatic agent designed to prevent the growth of microorganisms. The surgical instrument cleaners are designed for consistently high quality cleaning of surgical instruments prior to sterilization. The all-in-ONE enzyme detergent lubricating surgical instrument cleaning process delivers surgical instruments that are residue free.
The ONEcleaner is packaged as:
0225-32, easy FOAM-it soaking FOAM enzymatic detergent surgical instrument and scope cleaners, 12 each, 32 ounce bottles with foam applicators, for rapidly removing dried on debris and stains,
0225-01, enzyme surgical instrument cleaning detergents, 4 gallon jugs with 1 pump, for soaking medical devices, manual cleaning, ultrasonic cleaners, and automated washers,
0225-05, enzyme washer disinfector detergents cleaner lubricant, 5 gallon jugs, for use with surgical instrument washer disinfectors, scope washers, and ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaners,
0225-15, surgical instrument washer detergent cleaner enzymatic lubricant, 15 gallon jugs, for use with surgical instrument washer disinfectors, case cart washers, and ultrasonic instrument cleaners,
0225-30, surgical instrument washer detergent cleaner enzymatic lubricant, 30 gallon jugs, for use with surgical instrument washer disinfectors, case cart washers, and ultrasonic instrument cleaners.
The ONEcleaner soaking enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaners prevent surgical instrument corrosion. Your first-line-of-defense against corrosion is the passive layer of Surgical Instruments. Stainless steel surgical instruments are made of corrosion resistant high-grade specialty steels. One of the characteristics of these steels is that the manufacturer forms a passive oxide layer on the surface of all surgical instruments, which protects them against corrosion. This makes surgical instruments as corrosion resistant as possible. It is imperative that you maintain the passive layer of surgical instruments to prevent corrosion and maintain your surgical instruments in optimal condition. If this is not done, the surgical instrument stainless steel will corrode or stain more readily which will reduce the life of the surgical instrument and render it useless. Initially, all stainless steel surgical instruments have the same corrosion resistance. When strength and hardness requirements are important factors for instrument function, corrosion resistance is generally lower. Increasing the corrosion resistance would soften the surgical instruments stainless steel. Manufacturers of surgical instruments recommend neutral pH surgical instrument lubricants and surgical instrument cleaners be used during the soaking and surgical instrument cleaning process.
The ONEcleaner soaking neutral pH surgical instrument cleaners have been shown to optimize the protective power of the surgical instruments passive layer. This will provide a longer life for surgical instruments. ONEcleaner enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaners formulation includes highly concentrated, neutral pH, water soluble, temperature activated surgical instrument lubricants that build the strength of the passive layer to prevent corrosion. The process is called Passivation. Passivation eliminates the carbon molecules from the instrument surface. This forms a layer which acts as a corrosive resistant seal. This chemical process will occur through the repeated exposure to cleaning with neutral pH chemicals. With proper surgical instrument cleaning, surgical instrument handling, and sterilization, the layer of chromium oxide will build up and protect the surgical instruments from corrosion and pitting. In some circumstances, older surgical instruments are less corrosive than new ones. The newer surgical instruments have not had the time to build up the chromium oxide layer. Improper surgical instruments cleaning and sterilization can cause the layer of chromium oxide to disappear or become damaged. This increases the possibility of surgical instrument corrosion and pitting. Proper surgical instrument soaking and cleaning can cause the layer of chromium oxide to improve over time thus decreasing the possibility of surgical instrument corrosion and pitting.