Endoscopes Sponge Cleaners Remove Stains and clean faster.  Endoscopes Sponge Cleaners cut endoscopes cleaning costs. Your first-line-of-defense against preventing corrosion is the passive oxide layer of your surgical instruments. Stainless steel endoscopic instruments are made of corrosion resistant high-grade specialty steels.  Corrosion resistant does not mean  corrosion proof. One of the special characteristics of these steels is that the manufacturer forms a passive oxide layer on the surface, which protects them against  corrosion. When strength and hardness requirements are important factors for instrument function, corrosion resistance is generally lower. Increasing the corrosion resistance would soften the stainless steel. Manufacturers of surgery instruments and surgical instrument containers recommend the use of neutral pH surgical instrument cleaners. Newly developed neutral pH all-in-one or combination detergent surgical instrument cleaners have  been shown to be effective in optimizing the efficacy of the passive oxide layer. This will provide a longer life for stainless steel surgery instruments. Surgical instrument cleaners with a high or low pH have been shown to erode the passive layer. The most common of these cleaning concentrates utilize an alkaline detergent with an acid neutralizer. Virtually all manufacturers of surgical instruments and surgical instrument containers recommend against using these detergents and recommend using a neutral ph surgical instrument cleaner. More information and studies regarding the passive oxide layer of Surgical Instruments is below. Interpreting Rust, when surgical instrument cleaning and cleaning endoscopes, yellow-brown to dark-brown stains or spots on surgical stainless steel instruments are frequently mistaken for rust. These residue deposits stains or spots arranged in groups or along edges or in crevices are usually the instrument being exposed to result of high chloride content. They will lead to pitting of the surgical instrument surface if not removed. Excessively hard water can contain high levels of salt sufficient to cause stains or spots that appear as rust.
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Contact John Temple for Surgical Instrument Cleaners and Washer Disinfectors.  The all-in-ONE endoscope and surgical instrument cleaner will lower your cleaning costs and replace multiple endoscope and surgical instrument cleaner products for surgical instrument cleaners and endoscope cleaners surgical instrument cleaners that cut cleaning costs. Buy Surgical instrument cleaners and  ndoscope cleaners hat clean residue free. The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners and  endoscope cleaners clean effectively and faster.  Avoid chloride surgical instrument cleaners containing other halogen ion agents iodides, bromides. Use surgical instrument cleaners containing nonionic surfactants whenever possible. Neutral pH surgical instrument cleaner concentrates recommended by Device Manufacturers Virtually all manufacturers of surgical instruments, rigid scopes, flexible scopes, and instrument containers recommend the use of neutral pH surgical instrument cleaners. Do not use high acidic (pH <4) or high alkaline (pH >10) products for disinfection or cleaning, since these can corrode metal, cause  discoloration or stress fractures. Do not use abrasive pads or abrasive surgical instrument cleaners, which will scratch the surface allowing dirt and water deposits to collect. Abrasive cleaning will remove the protective passive layer. Do not use surgical instrument cleaners with high concentrations of chlorine bleach to clean or disinfect stainless steel instruments, as pitting will occur. Never use bleach to clean any surgical instruments.  The high pH of bleach causes surface deposits of brown stains and might even corrode the instrument.  Even high quality stainless steel is not impervious to an acidic  bleach solution. Sort instruments by similar metal for subsequent processing so that electrolytic deposition galvanic corrosion due to contact between dissimilar metals will not occur. Surgical instrument washer rinsing water can contain many minerals, which may discolor and stain surgical instruments.  It is recommended that de-ionized water be used for the final rinsing to prevent  spotting. all-in-one or combination eye surgical instrument cleaners can be effective in treating unacceptably hard source water and removing hard water encrustation from surgical  instruments and equipment.  If untreated tap water is used for final rinsing, then the instruments must be dried immediately to avoid staining. If cleaning must be delayed, place groups of instruments in a covered container with appropriate enzyme-detergent surgical instrument cleaners or apply an enzyme-detergent  endoscope cleaner foam spray to delay drying. The use of pre-soaking enzyme-detergent surgical instrument cleaners have been shown to reduce the time expended for manual cleaning and render higher quality outcomes. After surgery, open all box locks and disassemble instruments with removable parts. This will limit blood  drying on instruments that may cause them to corrode. The all-in-one endoscope cleaner and surgical instrument cleaners and the enzyme-detergent surgical instrument cleaners deliver a chemical complex to: maintain the hydration of bioburden, prevent corrosion, clean the surface, and condition the surface of instruments and scopes. If used properly, all-in-one enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaners and/or all-in-one endoscope cleaner surgical instrument cleaners can render excellent outcomes and facilitate cleaning instruments and scopes inside-and-out. They effectively cleaning the surface while cleaning lumens and working channels. This can eliminate or reduce the manual labor expended, rendering lower reprocessing costs while improving turnaround. Neutral pH 7 surgical instrument cleaning solutions are recommended by all surgical instrument and container manufacturers. The all-in-one enzyme surgical instrument cleaners delvers water softeners that treat the source water to counter the corrosive effects of source hard water that contains high mineral levels, and a free rinsing ingredient breaks the surface tension of the final rinse for spotless and residue free surgical instruments. The all-in-ONE endoscope cleaner enzyme detergent lubricant cleaner is designed to deliver all of the ingredients necessary for effectively cleaning and maintaining surgical instrument stainless steel.
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