Instrument BathThis page contains information on Instrument Bath for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Instrument Bath Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Instrument Bath
- Direction and dosage information for Instrument Bath
Instrument BathThis treatment applies to the following species:
NONSILICONE BASE LUBRICANT AND DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH STEAM STERILIZATION
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
- Phosphate & Chloride Free
- Rust Inhibiting
- Neutral pH
- Silicone Free
- Electrolytic mineral deposits
- Build up of baked on protein
Suggested procedure for use:
Immerse clean instruments (box locks open) into lubricant solution for 30 to 45 seconds. Let drain. Proceed with autoclaving. Rinsing or wiping is not necessary. If instruments are to be stored, wipe dry. Protective lubricant or rust inhibiting qualities will not be impaired. Work tight instruments open and closed in solution until they operate freely. Problem instruments may be soaked overnight without harm. Any instrument not responding to treatment should be sent out for repair. Cover lubricant solution tray when not in use. If liquid level drops due to evaporation, add sufficient water to restore loss.
MIX SOLUTION THOROUGHLY - MAKE FRESH SOLUTION WEEKLY
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING
To obtain maximum results as a lubricant and rust inhibitor, use daily as a second rinse after every cleaning (before sterilization). Lubrication is essential regardless of type of cleaning method employed (including ultrasonic). Occasional or weekly applications are not satisfactory.
Mixing Directions: Add 1 gallon to 6 gallons of distilled or demineralized water. (Tap water may be used if not in a “hard water” area).
Distributed by VEDCO INC., St. Joseph, MO 64504
1 Gallon (3.8 Liters)
NAC No.: 10943010
5503 CORPORATE DR., ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64507
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