Good Vibrations™ Ultrasonic Cleaner Solution
Concentrated detergent cleaner for medical and dental surgical instruments and devices
- Presoak and manual sink cleaning for medical and dental instruments
- Ultrasonic instrument cleaning devices
- Clean medical, dental and veterinary instruments including jointed forceps, orthodontic pliers and scissors
- Economical, concentrated cleaner, one ounce makes gallon of solution
- Enhanced anti-corrosive agents protect instruments and vulnerable jointed areas
- Low foam formula enhances cleaning action of ultrasonic instrument cleaning devices
- Mild neutral pH formula is compatible with medical and dental instrument materials
- Chelating and rinsing agents improve action in hard water
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|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|1 GVUS24-1||Unit Dose Tubes||30 ml 1 oz.|
|1 GVUS128-1||Plastic Gallon||3.8 L 1 Gallon|
|Package||Unit Dose Tubes||Plastic Gallon|
|Size||30 ml 1 oz.||3.8 L 1 Gallon|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Dilution Ratios||1 oz. or 1 unit dose per gallon.|
|pH||8.5 - 9.5|
|Temperature of Use||68°F (20°C) to 140°F (60°C). Do not exceed 140°F (60°C). Avoid running continuous cycles that may overheat the cleaning solution.|
|Shelf Life||3 years from date of manufacture.|
|Disposal||Dispose according to all local, state and federal regulations. This product contains no phosphates.|
- What is Good Vibrations?
- Is Good Vibrations safe for cleaning anodized aluminum instrument cassettes?
- How does Good Vibrations enhance the cleaning action of ultrasonic devices?
- We are having trouble with corrosion of instruments during the cleaning process. Will Good Vibrations reduce the incidence of corrosion?
- What is the recommendation for using and changing the cleaning solution in ultrasonic instrument equipment?
- Sometimes we see an accumulation of residue on our ultrasonic tank or on the instruments. How can we avoid this?
- How do we know our ultrasonic cleaning device is working properly?
- Can Good Vibrations be used on delicate dental and eye instruments?