High quality, BioSafe, Cleaning agents. We are manufacturer, supplier, exporter of cleaning chemicals for surgical grade alloys, also we are process designer and consultants in Central Surgical Sterile Department Cleaning chemicals.
The instrument cleaner is made from natural products. It is meant to take care of the surgical instruments from the contamination and all precipitating factors leading to corrosion. The stains, tissue and the biochemical products are removed from the surface. Also it removes the dirt, dust and scaling from the surface. It makes the surface reusable for instruments. Further it matches to the wide range of standards. Widely following enzymes viz. protease, amylase, mannanase and pectinase are used for enzyme cleaners. The use of enzymes allows lower temperatures to be employed and shorter periods of agitation are needed, often after a preliminary period of soaking. In general, enzyme detergents remove protein from clothes soiled with blood, milk, sweat, grass, etc. far more effectively than non-enzyme detergents. At present only proteases and amylases are commonly used. Although a wide range of lipases is known, it is only very recently that lipases suitable for use in detergent preparations have been described. Recent availability of a suitable lipase may increase the quantities of enzymes employed very significantly. Slurries of the enzyme in a non-ionic surfactant are available for formulating in liquid 'spotting' concentrates, used for removing stubborn stains.
Ultrasonic Cleaning Reagents
Water-based solutions are more limited in their ability to remove contaminants by chemical action alone than solvent solutions; Some machines ( which are not unduly large ) are integrated with vapor degreasing machines using hydrocarbon cleaning fluids Most hard, non-absorbent materials not chemically attacked by the cleaning fluid are suitable for ultrasonic cleaning. Ideal materials for ultrasonic cleaning include small electronic parts, cables, rods, wires and detailed items, as well as objects made of glass, plastic, aluminum or ceramic. Ultrasonic cleaning does not sterilize the objects being cleaned, because spores and viruses will remain on the objects after cleaning. In medical applications, sterilization normally follows ultrasonic cleaning.