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Enzymatic Detergent

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Enzymatic Detergent

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Manufacturer: Vedco

Dual Enzyme Presoak & Detergent

Active Ingredient(s): Contains Protease #9014-01-0, Amylase #9000-85-5, Surfactant, Propylene Glycol #57-55-6, and water #7732-18-5.

Enzymatic Detergent Indications

An extremely effective dual enzyme detergent for the cleaning of flexible and rigid scopes, delicate surgical instruments, and other medical devices. Quickly digests and dissolves blood, fat, mucous, and other soils.

Safe for all surgical instruments and fiberoptic scopes.

Directions For Use

Wear gloves and eye protection.

1. Add 1-2 ounces of Enzymatic to 1 gallon of warm tap water.

2. Soak instruments for 2-3 minutes or longer if required; 15-20 minutes for difficult stains.

3. Solution should be aspirated through lumens and channels of instruments.

4. Lightly scrub scopes and instruments.

5. Rinse thoroughly with warm water aspirating through channels to completely remove all traces of enzymatic solution.

6. If equipment is to be chemically disinfected, dry before immersion into the solution.

7. Discard solution after each use.

8. For ultrasonic washers use 1/4 to 1 oz. per gallon water.

Caution(s): HMIS Rating: H-2 F-0 R-0 PPE-B See MSDS for additional information.

Warning(s): Keep out of reach of children.

Presentation: 1 gallon (3.8 L) with pump.

NAC No.: 10942210

Telephone:   816-238-8840
Toll-Free:   888-708-3326 (888-70VEDCO)
Fax:   816-238-1837
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