For disinfection and decalcification of hemodialysis systems. Due to contact with the patient’s blood, disinfection of hemodialysis systems is absolutely indispensable to safeguard patients and staff from infection.
To protect patients and staff from infection it is necessary to disinfect hemodialysis equipment due to contact with patient blood. No endangerment of patients from carry-over of germs
|Our performance||Your advantage|
|Effective against bacteria (even TB), fungi and spores, virucidal according to EN 14476||Highest safety for patients|
|Acerbic product||If used regularly, prevents carbonate residues in the whole dialysis circulation.|
|Low conductivity||No dissembling of a dialysis disposition|
|General recipe||Very good material compatibility|
|Can be rinsed without leaving residue||No endangerment of patients from carry-over|
|Concentrate||Highly economical, reduced packing garbage and thus also lower resource consumption|
For disinfection and decalcification of extra-corporal hemodialysis systems.at operating temperature.
Peresal is used in a 3% concentration and with a contact time of 5 minutes. When using, follow the device manufacturer’s instructions. The application solution can be rinsed out without leaving residue.
Test reaction: Potassium iodide strength paper is wetted for 5 seconds with flowing washing water. If the paper turns yellow in color, the system has been adequately rinsed. Note: Do not mix with any other cleaning agent or disinfectant. Developed with active chlorine-containing or chlorine-splitting chlorine gas products.
Disinfection and decalcification of hemodialysis systems