Sanisteril New Deterferri is a concentrated solution to be diluted, suitable for decontamination, cleaning, and disinfection of:
- medical devices, such as instruments and surgical instruments before sterilization;
- non-critical medical equipment and related accessories, glassware, objects, equipment, and washable surfaces present in dentistry and hospital;
- ultrasonic machines
How does it work?
The disinfectant action of Sanisteril New Deterferri is effective against bacteria, fungi,
HIV, HBV, HCV, and lipophilic viruses (enveloped viruses). It easily removes residual organic substances and solves dental decontamination and disinfection problems.
It exhibits maximum biocidal activity with the necessary compatibility towards materials acting even in the presence of hard water. It is pleasantly perfumed and has a controlled foam. The presence of effective surfactants and antioxidants enables the solubilization of dirt present and, at the same time, protects medical devices from corrosion
How to use?
Sanisteril New Deterferri is to be used diluted 1% to 2% in water. Diluted to 1%, with a contact time of 10 minutes, it is effective against HIV-HCV-HBV. Already at 0.5% for 10 minutes of contact time, it is active against Bacteria and Candida.
Dilute 20 ml maximum per liter of water to produce decontaminating, virucidal, disinfecting, bactericidal, and fungicidal solutions. For better decontamination and disinfection, remove organic material from instruments.
Prepare solutions at the time of use and whenever a decontamination and disinfection cycle is to be performed.
Decontamination treatment before sterilization
Pour 20 ml of product per liter of water into the decontamination tray, immerse the instruments to be treated for at least 10 minutes, remove any residual organic matter by hand or ultrasound, and rinse the instruments thoroughly before sterilization.
instruments before the sterilization phase.
Decontaminating and disinfecting treatment of non-critical instruments and laboratory equipment
Immerse the surfaces to be treated, allow them to act for at least 10 minutes and, if necessary, intervene manually or with ultrasound. Warm water is recommended. Once finished, rinse thoroughly repeatedly.
Do not use on disposable devices. In the event of contact with skin or mucous membranes, wash thoroughly with water and consult a doctor immediately.