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Can’t Touch This: The Sticklers™ Pro360™ Touchless Cleaner
January 10, 2024
Are you ready to take your fiber optic cleaning to a whole new level? We present to you the future of end face cleaning – the Sticklers™ Pro360™ Touchless Cleaner. Imagine a cleaning tool that supplies 360° full end face cleaning without a single touch. It's not science fiction; it's the game-changing Pro360™.
Revolutionizing Electronics Assembly: The TriggerGrip™ Story
December 12, 2023
In the world of electronics assembly, worker safety, waste reduction and production efficiency have always been important. But in the early 1980’s a game-changing invention transformed the landscape forever.
The Role of Germicidal Detergents in Sterile Processing
November 15, 2023
In the intricate world of Sterile Processing Departments, germicidal detergents emerge as indispensable tools, particularly for handling delicate items that cannot undergo thermal disinfection in washer disinfectors.
Proper Cleaning for a Smooth Vapor Degreasing Fluid Conversion
October 18, 2023
In the dynamic landscape of industrial cleaning, businesses often opt for switching cleaning fluids in their vapor degreasers to enhance efficiency, safety, and environmental compliance. While the decision is sound, the process demands meticulous attention to cleaning, neutralization, and passivation of the vapor degreaser to avoid potential pitfalls.
The Clean Truth: New Doesn't Always Mean Clean for Fiber End Faces
September 14, 2023
In the fast-paced world of fiber optics, the belief that brand-new connectors are automatically pristine and ready for use straight out of the box is a common misconception. Surprisingly, even fresh out-of-the-factory end faces can fall victim to contamination during the intricate manufacturing and packaging processes.
Can My Detergent Kill Germs? Navigating the Chemical Dilemma in Sterile Processing
August 08, 2023
When it comes to Sterile Processing, ensuring the cleanliness and safety of medical instruments is of paramount importance. As contaminated instruments arrive, the journey towards thorough soil removal begins with the use of various detergents. However, complexities arise when we consider the delicate balance between germ-killing and device compatibility in the "dirty" decontamination process.