Q. How do you calculate the swab limit, once it has been extracted in solution?
A. In general the swab limit for cleaning validations calculations go as follows:
Q: For ease of use, we would like to use the concentrated detergent in our lab directly, then add water. Any issues with that?
A: For Alconox Inc. manufactured detergents intended for manual / clean out of place use, we recommend making prior dilutions for usage of the detergents with known concentrations. However, an alternative would be to add a small amount of detergent concentrate (powder or liquid)….
Q: What is the right way to use Tergazyme to clean speculums?
A: This is a vital part of Healthcare and Medical Device instrument reprocessing and re-use, whether it is a speculum or related equipment including forceps, scalpel handles, trocars, etc. The below typical questions are addressed in the following TechNote….
Q: I just read your article on complex geometry 3d prints and it suggests using Luminox in conjunction with the VCN process. Should I be using Luminox over current detergents we purchase from you? A: Thanks so much for your email and interest in work we do in 3D printing. The experimental and testing work done that is discussed in….
Q: We currently use Alconox to clean glassware at our facility. Do you have any studies showing potential Alconox detergent residue interaction with organic ketones and/or other organic solvents?
The short answer is that Alconox detergent, like all Alconox Inc. detergent products, are designed to be completely free-rinsing. Therefore leaving no residues to speak of. However, incomplete rinsing can of course happen. So this verification is important.