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Medical Device Cleaning: Soft Acrylic Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)

Q: We are cleaning both hydrophilic and hydrophobic acrylic polymers. The cleaning process we use is mostly manual, involves no extended soaking, rather short contact with rubbing, and/or usage in an ultrasonic bath. Which of your products — Alconox, Tergazyme or Liquinox — would be most suitable for the cleaning of soft acrylic intraocular lenses (IOLs)?

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Cleaning Anti-reflection Coated Lenses

Q. We need to clean anti-reflection coated lenses and protective silver coated mirrors. Any recommendations? A.

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Optical Lens Cleaning

Q. How do you clean wax marks on optical lenses which are difficult to remove?
A. Use either 1% Alconox or Liquinox in a heated 160 deg F ultrasonic bath followed by a deionized water rinse to clean optical lenses during manufacturing.

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Lens Cleaning During Manufacturing

Q. How do you clean optical lenses during manufacturing? A. To clean optical lenses, typically you use warm (120 deg F or 50 deg C) solutions of 1% Liquinox in an ultrasonic bath followed by a thorough rinse.

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What is Critical Cleaning?

Q: What precisely is critical cleaning? How does it differ from “regular” cleaning? A: It refers to a very specific type of cleaning. It is where the cleaning itself impacts the value of the finished output from whatever residue/contaminant is being cleaned.

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