Ready to use wipes for cleaning and disinfection in one step
The efficacy claims established using extracted wipe liquid, i.e. the efficacy is ensured for the liquid released from the wipe (actually disinfecting your surfaces).
Sani-Cloth Active also provides:
- Cleaning and disinfection in one easy step
- Excellent material compatibility
- Compatibility for use with ultrasonic probes
- Convenient and ready-to-use wipe and packaging formats
|Our performance||Your advantage|
|Broad efficacy spectrum||Sani-Cloth Active is effective against a broad range of micro-organisms including bacteria, TB, fungi and viruses (incl. Noro) in short contact times.|
|Performance assured for released liquid||The pre-impregnated wipes are performance proven for solution release under real working conditions ensuring complete efficacy is achieved on your surfaces.|
|Excellent material compatibility||The alcohol, chlorine and PAA free wipes ensure excellent material compatibility on most surfaces (incl. ultrasound probes) in healthcare settings.|
|Reliable and convenient||The ready-to use pre-impregnated wipes reduce preparation and dosing efforts and combine cleaning and disinfection in one easy step, ensuring efficient and reliable product use.|
Sani-Cloth Active is a ready-to-use wipe for cleaning and disinfection of medical devices and all kind of surfaces in healthcare settings including alcohol-sensitive surfaces.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Take single wipe. Wipe surface, let it dry and do not rinse. Complete wetting of all surfaces to be disinfected is important. The use of a cleaning and disinfection wipe does not replace regular cleaning.
100g of soaking solution contains the following active ingredient: 0.45g Didecyldimethylammonium chloride.
For more information: please refer to the product label/SDS.
Use biocide products with caution. Always read the label and product information before use. For professional use only.
PRODUCTS FOR DISINFECTION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF SURFACES IN YOUR HEALTHCARE FACILITY
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