The ONEcleaner is a neutral pH formulation of four enzymes to rapidly break-down bioburden while the surfactant detergents clean the surface. The ONEcleaner formulation conditions the passive layer of surgical stainless steel to prevent corrosion, removes stains, and lubricate moving parts.
The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaner formulation delivers all of the cleaning and conditioning power you need in one application. The highly concentrated The ONEcleaner is aggressive against your most difficult cleaning challenge and is guaranteed to be safe for all types of metal, rigid and flexible scopes, lenses, micro-surgical instrumentation and reprocessing equipment.
The ONEcleaner quickly removes the most stubborn organic encrustation and bio-burden including: blood, fat, carbohydrates, starches, and proteins.
The ONEcleaner formulation includes the four enzyme cleaners that are necessary to remove all forms of surgical bioburden;
Protease enzyme cleaners,
Amylase enzyme cleaners,
Lipase enzyme cleaners, and
Carbohydrase enzyme cleaners.
Surgical instrument cleaning formulations include enzymes, which are proteins. The enzyme proteins and produced by living organisms, and act as catalysts, to speed up the cleaning process, which would otherwise occur at a slower rate. The enzyme detergent cleaners are not used up in the cleaning process, so they are available to help multiple cleaning treatments. The enzyme cleaner types (protease, lipase, amylase, and carbohydrase) cleaning only specific types of soil, like a lock fits a key. The enzyme cleaner will only be active for cleaning specific target substances, with a matching chemical, and 3-dimensional shape. If the type of enzyme cleaners does not match the type of soil substrate, no reaction occurs. This makes the action of surgical instrument cleaning enzymes highly specific to the types of soil that they can clean. An enzyme can complete its cleaning process without being used up or destroyed, leaving the enzyme protein cleaner available for other cleaning actions. This means that one enzyme cleaner protein molecule can act on many substrate soil molecules. These enzymes are named after the materials they breakdown. Protease enzymes break down protein (blood) based stains, lipase enzymes break down lipids (fats), and amylase enzymes break down starches and other carbohydrates. Surgical instrument cleaning enzymes should only be used in a liquid or foam state, to avoid creating aerosols. Have the surgical instrument cleaner SDS available at the point of use. Provide ventilation to avoid excessive exposure to enzyme detergent cleaning aerosols. When applying enzyme cleaners, use them in a foam state, to avoid aerosols. The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaning solutions clean faster and clean residue free.
Enzyme cleaning concentrates function more effectively at temperatures above room temperature. The optimal range begins as > 22 C, 72 F with performance reaching it's peak at 58.3 C, 137 F. This is often referred to as the optimal temperature for the performance or activity of enzymatic action. The activity of enzymes does not stop at higher temperatures but the level of performance does begin to decrease.