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Instrument Reprocessing



Watermark

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The Healthmark Watermark is a bumper sticker sized liquid crystal thermometer with a "water fill line" that adheres to the inside of a manual and or ultrasonic soaking bath, tub, sink or basin. Following the instructions of your detergent manufacturer, determine the appropriate water level for the bath. In the write in space, note the volume of water…...



TEMP USB TP

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The TEMP-USB-TP offers solely temperature readings but has the advantage of dual temperature probes which can gather over 250,000 readings (-40 to 257F) via two separate probes. This temperature data logger is perfect for a CP department where temperature control is crucial....



TEMP HL

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This irreversible, disposable thermometer has the ability to indicate both high and low temperatures to ensure that reprocessed items stay within a desired temperature range during transportation of goods. When the temperature gets to 0°C, a distinct clear to red color change occurs. Conversely, when the temperature exceeds 29°C, the color changes from white to black. TEMP-HLs are sold in packs of 10....



TempaChek LC

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When presoaking instruments in an enzyme cleaner and manually cleaning instruments within an enzymatic bath, it is critical that the temperature be within the range recommended by the manufacturer of the detergent. Typically, protease enzymes targeted for breaking down blood and other proteins, work best in a temperature range of 100° - 125°F. If the temperature is outside this range, the effectiveness of the enzymes drops dramatically. As with manual soaking, with ultrasonic cleaning, instru...



TEMP WiFi TP

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The TEMP-WiFi-TP sensor measures the temperature of the environment in which the probe is situated. Data is transmitted wirelessly via a WiFi network to a PC and viewed using the included software. With this tool, staff can monitor the temperature of cleaning baths and liquid disinfectants in real time by viewing the large, easy to read display. Meanwhile, department management can record, track and document the temperature of these baths from their office PC. Ensure compliance with device manu...



TempaChek 90

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When using an automated instrument washer, the temperature of the initial rinse water should not exceed 45°C (113°F) and should remain significantly below this level. At 45°C, blood quickly denatures and becomes highly insolvent. If the washer utilizes an enzyme detergent, it is important that the temperature remain within the optimal range (typically 100°F - 125°F). If the washer utilizes non-enzyme detergent, the temperature is also important, with a minimum temperature typically being ab...



TempaChek 170

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With modern automated instrument washers, water temperature is typically the key source of thermal disinfection. The level of disinfection and time & temperature to achieve that level differ between brands of washers. Additionally, it is important to keep in mind that the targeted disinfection temperature is the surface temperature, not the temperature of the water injected into the chamber. The TempaChek™-170 is an irreversible monitor which measures and records temperatures from 170°F - 22...



TempaChek DL

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TempaChek-DL data logger is the first affordable device that is capable of independently capturing, logging and recording the complete temperature profile of an Automated Instrument Washer, including thermal disinfection. The TempaChek-DL is easy to use. First, connect the data logger with the integral USB adapter to a Windows PC, and program the logger to begin recording at a prescribed time. When ready to record, place the data logg...



CartWashCheck

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Cart washers are important tools in the overall effort to reduce cross contamination. Often they are used to clean not just surgical case carts, but also basins, instrument trays, wheel chairs and other supply and patient transport equipment. The CartWashCheck is the first test designed to challenge the mechanical efficiency of the cart washer. These convenient tests can be quickly and easily adhered to any metal surface with the peel off adhesive that leaves no re...