ONEcleaner four enzyme surgical instrument detergent lubricating cleaners are; non irritating to the eyes nose and throat, biodegradable, neutral ph, phosphate free, and deliver the four enzymes necessary to effectively break down all forms of bioburden from surgical instruments.

Enzymatic surgical instrument cleaners that do not contain these four enzyme detergents cannot effectively remove all forms of proteinaceous bioburden. The ONEcleaner enzymatic surgical instrument cleaners lubricate while they clean residue free, and boost cleaning power. The lipase and protease enzymes break down emulsified lipids and proteins, which is critical when cleaning eye surgical instruments. When the ONEcleaner was originally formulated one of the primary goals achieved is the effective cleaning of phacoemulsification hand pieces.

ONEcleaner
enzyme surgical instrument cleaners
clean medical devices residue free.

ONEcleaner
enzymatic surgical instrument cleaners
cut cleaning costs.

ONEcleaner
surgical instrument detergents
lubricate while they clean.

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Enzymes, working with detergents, are necessary for effective surgical instrument cleaning, rendering medical devices that are residue free. Four enzymes are necessary to effectively break down all forms of surgical bioburden. Surgical instrument cleaners that do not contain these four enzymes cannot effectively remove all forms of proteinaceous bioburden.

While the enzymes break down bioburden, surface cleaning detergents are necessary to effectively remove the soil from the surface. Nothing will cut your cleaning costs as much as the four enzyme surgical instrument cleaning detergents. 

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