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Concentrate disinfectant for medical instruments

A high-level aldehyde-free concentrate disinfectant for endoscope and medical instruments sterilization

Mechanism of Action

Silver nanoparticles react with electron-donor groups containing sulfur, oxygen, or nitrogen on the membrane of microorganisms, and thus cause structural changes and disipation of the proton motive force, amd thus lead to the cell death.
  • Gradual release of silver nanoparticles resulting in disruption of ATP production and DNA replication
  • Direct damage to the cell membranes by silver nanoparticles
  • Generation of reactive oxygen specie by silver nanoparticles
Due to the extraordinary antimicrobial properties of silver and the low toxicity of free silver ions to the mammalian cells, the use of this product is expanding day by day.
Thanks to their small size, AgNPs exhibit superior physical and chemical properties. The decrease in size increases the surface-to-volume ratio and thus allows a closer interation with microbial membranes. For the same reason, AgNPs show a higher bactericidal effect than regular disinfectants.
How to use

This product is a concentrate and must be diluted prior to use.

Dilute 500 ml of the product in 500 ml of distilled water and immerse the tool in the solution after rinsing, so that all cavities are soaked in the solution. Remove the tool and rinse with sterilized water after 10 minutes.

Cautions
  • Wear personal protective equipment when working with the solution.
  • Rinse with plenty of water in case of the eye contact.

Advantages

  • Free of aldehyde and acids
  • Neutral pH
  • User friendly
  • No residues
  • No odor, gas or toxic vapors
  • A fast acting disinfectant
  • Excellent compatability, causing no corrosion
  • No need to ventilate the place of use
  • Biodegradable

Applications

Disinfection of all of heat-sensitive/resistant items

All types of endoscopic instruments and devices, laryngoscope blades, mask, etc.

Spectrum of activity

Effective against bacteria, fungi, yeast, enveloped and non-enveloped viruses mycobacteria and spores

Antimicrobial activity


Expose duration

mycobacterium tuberculosis

1 minute

Bacteria spores (bacillus subtilis)

60 minutes - log4

Bacillus subtilis spore count ATCC-6633

Log 7.4
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