Containerspecifically intended for the cleaning,and/ordisinfectionof devices.
Containerto hold and transport medical/surgical instruments for a procedure.
Product to be used byclinicalprofessionalsand decontamination technicians.
Strong and durable.
Guaranteed 1000 cycles.
Light weight–“about 50% lighter than stainless steel”.
Improved removal of residues.
Smooth edges and surfaceseliminate paper rips during sterilization.
Designed to maximisespace for instruments and accessories.
Product can be used in conjunction with
Product sold as a kitcomprising tank, lid, strainer, and tray
Cleaning and Disinfection
Separate componentsindividually, avoiding contact with other items.
Position products to allow water penetration and drainage.
Machine clean in washer disinfectors compliant withISO 15883.
Use approved detergents, enzymatic or biocide cleaners, suitable for cleaning medical devices and surgical instruments which are compatible with polypropylene material (see detergent manufacturers’ guide).
Use detergents anddisinfectants with a range between 2pH and 13pH.
Ultrasonic cleaning is permissible.
Manual cleaning is permissible–separate product components and clean individually.
Rinse with clean water.
Dry with unwoven towels.
Do not use abrasive materials.
Inspection Maintenance and Incident Reporting
Visually inspect product to identify damage.
Discard damaged product.
Any serious incident that has occurred during the use of this product should be reported to the manufacturer, and the Competent Authority ofthe territory in which the user is established.
Sterilization wrapping sheets and pouches must be compatible with polypropylene material and suitable for the chosen method of sterilization.
Be aware that some wrapping sheets and pouches shrink during sterilization.
Pouches must be large enough to contain the product without stressing the seals.
We advise using a pouch or bag that is 25%larger than the product.
Moist Heatsterilization (Autoclave) at 134.6°C (+2°C) for a minimum of 2 minutes.
EO Ethylene Oxide “Gas” sterilization at maximum temperature of 65°C.
H2O2 Hydrogen Peroxide “Plasma” sterilization at maximum temperature of 65°C.
Sterilization procedures andmachines to comply withISO 17655,ISO 25424, and ISO 11135.
End of life is determined by wear and tear, visual inspection, or damage to product.
If product is contaminated treat as clinical waste, anddispose of in accordance with clinical waste procedures.
Do not use abrasive powders or metal brushes as they may cause surface damage.
Do not exceed 137°C.
Do not exceed4minutes.
Instructions for Use Storage and Handling
Do not drop.
Store in original packaging.
Store in clean and dry conditions.
Store off the floor on a shelf or pallet.
Shelf life 36 months.
Product supplied non-sterile.
Inspect product before processing.
Withdraw damaged products and report to manager.
Rinse with warm water to remove any packaging residues.
Standard warranty covered by the seller against any manufacturing defect. In such events, please report to us within 7 days from the date of delivery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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