Surgical instrument washer enzyme detergent lubricant cleaners provide the prerequisite for sterilizing surgical instruments, when cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization.

Proper Washer Decontaminator Washer Disinfector Design Secures Performance and the proper sequence of treatment incorporating the correct choice of time, temperature and the components used that are necessary to render surgical instruments that are critically clean, safe to handle, and have the prerequisite for sterilization when cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization.

Washer Decontaminators employ a cold water pre-wash to remove gross debris. This removes proteins and lipids, preventing them from being baked onto devices during the high temperature treatments to follow. Then, the ultrasonic process creates millions of micro implosions to loosen and free debris from lock boxes, hinge pins, serrations and other difficult-to-access surface areas. The Washer Decontaminators detergent wash then applies high flow low pressure water with a cleaning concentrate at ~ 135 degrees F in such a manner as to evenly reach all areas of the load and strip bioburden from the surgical instruments. The elevated temperature at ~ 194 to 209 degrees F purified water final rinse secures the biocidal process, removes mineral deposits from prior cycles and lubricates the instruments. The high temperature at ~ 158 to 230 degrees F dry cycle presents heated, forced air which dries each device.  The critical cleaned medical devices are now clean, safe to handle, have the prerequisite for sterilization, and are properly prepared for further reprocessing, cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization.

Medical enzyme surgical instrument cleaners break down surgical 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 medical enzymes and detergents are necessary for optimal cleaning. There are optimal temperatures for using medical 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 cleaners and detergent cleaners represent the top of a bell curve with increasing and decreasing enzyme and detergent performance to each side the peak. The ONEcleaner medical surgical instrument washer detergent enzyme cleaners clean faster and cut cleaning costs for cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization.

ONEcleaner medical enzyme detergent cleaners deliver four highly concentrated, neutral pH, and non-irritating cleaners for cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization.
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