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Minimum Detergent Concentration?

My question is related to a minimum detergent concentration.  We manually wash labware of all sizes in 0.3% Liquinox solution. We also pre-wash or pre-rinse the labware and control our parts load.  We rarely have failures. We want to change our protocol to extend the wash water use for one day instead of based on a numerical parts load.  Do you think a 0.3% Liquinox concentration is sufficient detergent capacity to go an entire day?

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Monitoring Bath Life Extension in Medical Device Cleaning

Q. What is the best way to monitor for bath life extension?
A.To avoid potential for cross contamination, only freshly made up cleaning solutions should be used for the highest levels of critical cleaning. In general, a pH change of 1 unit towards neutral indicates an exhausted cleaning solution. Bath life can be extended. Learn How.

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