STERITECH COLD STERILANT 5L

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Overview

Overview


High Level Instrument Disinfectant

Active Ingredients:

15% Isopropylol; 0.5% QAC Blend;

0.5% Tertiary Amine; 0.8% pH Buffer;

0.8% Corrosion Inhibitor; 0.3% Surfactant

 

Product characteristics:

Ready-to-use; Unfragranced;

Non-corrosive; Non-toxic; Non-staining

Non-caustic; Biodegradeable

 

Recommended Uses:

Disinfection of pre-cleaned thermo-sensitive instruments. Disinfection of pre-cleaned

instruments where a functional calibrated autoclave is unavailable.

 

Instructions for use:

Decant the required amount of Cold Sterilant into a clean, dry, covered stainless steel or HDPE receptacle. Completely immerse thoroughly disassembled, pre-cleaned, rinsed & dried instruments / devices in the liquid, ensuring that any hinges or joints are in the open position. Allow a contact time as per your desired efficacy – see below efficacy table. Remove the instruments / devices from the liquid using sterile forceps, and follow the post-sterilisation procedure of the facility. Tray-life of the liquid should be tested weekly using M.E.C. strips. The product should have a tray-life of between 21 & 28 days, should the strips prove a shorter life, check your instrument cleaning process. For best results, replace the liquid every 28 days, or as soon as an MEC Test Strip reads less than 1000ppm active ingredient, or immediately if any change in liquid colour occurs.

 

Pre-Requirements:

Latex or nitrile gloves for sensitive skin, however OHSA requires the use of eye protection & good ventilation when mixing, handling or discarding chemical disinfectants.

 

Product Description:

Available sizes: 20L, 5L, 1L

Dilution Factor: Ready to use

Physical Form: Translucent blue liquid

Odour: Mild chemical fragrance

pH: 7-8

Tray Life: 21-28 days (MEC Test Strips available)

Product Risk Classification: C / IIb

GMDN Code: 47631

GMDN Descriptor: Medical Device Disinfectant

NRCS Reg. no.: ACT29GNR529/242056/040/497

Medical Device Reg. No.: Awaiting Class Registration Call-up

Incompatibilities: Anionic detergents, Natural Soaps, Strong oxidisers

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