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Replacement Detergent for Pasteur-Sol Cleaner

The washer unit we are using at our hospital appears to have had it’s Pasteur-Sol detergent made no longer available. What does Alconox, Inc. recommend to replace it? We were using a powdered detergent.

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Cleaning Veterinary Equipment

Q. What do you recommend for cleaning veterinary equipment? Our insemination equipment needs to be free of all interfering residues.
A. Manual cleaning with Liquinox® will provide a clean, residue-free surface prior to sterilization for this sensitive equipment. All of our recommended veterinary detergents are also used in the human healthcare industry.

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Monitoring Stability of Alconox Solution

Learn how to monitor stability of 1% Alconox Solution for proper storage.

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ec 648/2004

What Alconox brands are EC 648/2004 compliant?

Q. What Alconox brands are EC 648/2004 compliant?
A. Alconox, Alcotabs, Citrajet, Detojet, Tergajet, Tergazyme. For more information about any one of our Alconox Cleaners, consult the specific technical bulletin for each product HERE. Or click here to access each of our detergent’s Material Data Safety Sheets. You can also request a free sample by completing the questionnaire at Get Sample.

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Millar Instruments Micro-tip

Q. Millar Instruments observed customers having field performance problems that were traced to inadequate cleaning.
A. Millar Instruments now recommends the use of a 1% Alconox solution for manual cleaning with a swab in their maintenance procedures.

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Removing Silicone Grease from Syringes

A faster method to remove silicone grease from syringes is to use very hot water for cleaning and very hot water for rinsing.

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Cleaning Endoscopes with Enzyme Cleaner

Learn how to clean endoscopes with an enzyme cleaner including shelf life monitoring tips to ensure active enzymes.

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Alconox for Floor Cleaning

Q. Need to know if Alconox is OK to use to clean floors. If not, why not?
A. Alconox can be used to clean floors. Typically you would use a mop and bucket with Alconox to clean floors. Make up a warm 1% solution of Alconox (10 g/L or 1.25 oz/gal) and use a mop dipped in the Alconox solution to clean the floor.

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Defining Free Rinsing Detergent

A non-free rinsing cleaner might contain fragrances that were designed to deposit and leave a fresh scent, or it might contain corrosion inhibitors that are designed to deposit and leave behind an anti-corrosion film.

Alconox, Inc, cleaners are free rinsing detergents and do not leave deposits on substrates after rinsing.

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Cleaning Denatured Proteins

We are looking to clean denatured proteins from our medical device along with baked-on desiccated blood that is not removed completely. Manual scraping removes the residual but is not acceptable. Need a cleaner that will dissolve all bio-matter. Cleaning process is to prepare device for autoclave sterilization.

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