Lubricant concentrate for jointed and movable areas of instruments used in healthcare treatment and surgery to improve function and protect surfaces
- Dispense in the rinse or lubrication cycles of automated medical instrument washers
- Dilute concentrated lubricant for manual “dip” application in pan or bin
- Use on all types of medical, dental and veterinary instrumentation
- Lubricate box-locks, jointed areas and moveable parts of medical instruments and devices to improve function and protect surfaces
- Use for lubrication when a water soluble, silicone-free, mineral oil-free lubricant is indicated
- Clear with no added dyes or residues that may lead to micro-contamination
- Unlike mineral oil alternatives, ProLube Concentrate is a true solution that never separates and never needs shaking to redistribute ingredients
- Versatile economical concentrate for both manual and automated application
- Permeable to steam sterilization
- Promotes instrument preservation with anti-corrosives, rust inhibitors and surface conditioning agents
- Compatible with the metals and materials most commonly used in medical instrumentation
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- Larger sizes available upon request.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|1 PLC128-1||Plastic Gallon||3.8 L 1 Gallon|
|Size||3.8 L 1 Gallon|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Dilution Ratios||For manual use: mix 6 to 9 oz. ProLube Concentrate per gallon of water. For automated washers: set metering pump to dispense 1/2 oz. to 4 oz. per gallon depending on manufacturer’s instructions.|
|pH||5.5 - 6.5|
|Shelf Life||3 years.|
|Material Compatibility||Compatible with all surgical grade metals including stainless steel, titanium, aluminum, brass and plastic instruments.|
- What is ProLube Concentrate and how is it used?
- In the past, we have used an opaque white lubricant for “milking” or lubricating our instruments. Why is ProLube a better alternative?
- How is ProLube uniquely qualified to meet the new AAMI ST79 standard for instrument lubricants?
- Will ProLube provide any other benefits besides lubrication?
- Can ProLube Concentrate be used for “dipping” or immersion to lubricate instruments?
- Does ProLube RTU have the same formula and advantages as ProLube Concentrate?
- How is the use of ProLube RTU different from ProLube Concentrate?