Ready Flash Endoscope And Medical Instrument Disinfection

Glyoxal, Glutaraldehyde, Didecyldimethylammoniumchloride,corrosion inhibitor and auxiliary agents
READY FLASH is a high active and concentrate disinfectant for disinfection of medical equipment and flexible and rigid endoscopes,
which does not contain phenol, chlorine and formaldehyde and it is colourless, odourfree and nontoxic. As it contains corrosion
inhibitor, it is conveniently used for surfaces with metal accessories. It disinfects and sterilizes in 5 minutes and usable for maximum
14 days without any loss of action. It is easily checked with test strips.
Place all precleared equipment as disassembled in the tank in such a way that all surfaces will contact with solution and seal the
ank. After waiting for action tank, take out the equipment from the solution and rinse with ample water. Activity of the solution
should be checked with test strips. When solution gets dirty noticeably, you are recommended to replace it. Please comply with the
user instructions of the manufacturer when use it with automatic endoscopy washing machine and disinfection machine. Ready Flash
solution is diluted 2% for use. (e.g. for preparation of 10L solution, add 200 mL Ready Flash solution to water of 9.8L). Ready Flash
solution used in this way can be used for maximum 15 days.
Ready Flash, solution is very suitable for disinfection for all kinds of surgical equipment, heat-sensitive anaesthetic accessories
(ambu mask, etc.) and all flexible and rigid endoscopes such as Karl Storz, Olympus, Pentax, Fujinon, as well as dental surgical
materials, drills and laparoscopy equipment. It does not cause any harm on the endoscope covers such as rust, corrosion, softening,
colour change, etc. Ready Flash solution is suitable for disinfection of medical equipment made of rubber, plastic, PVC, acrylic,
polymer, polycarbonate, polystyrene, HDPE, porcelain and stainless steel.
Bactericidal, Fungicidal, Sporocidal, Virucidal, Tuberculocidal, Micobactericidal

Ready Flash Endoscope And Medical Instrument Disinfection
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