Surface Disinfectants

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Surface Disinfectant Sprays(7)
Surface Disinfectant Wipes(10)
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SciCan Inc.
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With a 1 minute broad-spectrum contact time, OPTIM 1 is one of the fastest and most effective cleaner & intermediate level...
pd CARE Wipes are disposable disinfecting towelettes that are intended as a surface cleaner and disinfectant on hard, nonporous surfaces...
pd CARE is a multi-use disinfectant effective against tuberculosis, viruses (hydrophilic and lipophilic), bacteria (including MRSA and...
Air Techniques developed Monarch Vinyl Upholstery Cleaner to clean and care for all vinyl upholstery covers, maintaining the value of...
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CaviWipes1 by Metrex Research Corp. is a multi-purpose disinfectant/decontaminant wipe that can be used on hard, non-porous surfaces. It...
BioSonic WIPEOUT is a one-step, ready-to-use disinfectant that is laboratory-proven to destroy pathogens* in one minute on hard,...
The disinfection of contaminated surfaces and objects in the dental operatory is an ongoing challenge and is an important aspect of...
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This broad-spectrum, tuberculocidal disinfectant/decontaminant cleaner is effective against viruses (hydrophilic and lipophilic),...
Offering a 50-second kill time for TB, BioSURF is the fastest hard-surface disinfectant according to PureLife Dental. In addition, this...
It is compatible with a broad range of hard, nonporous surfaces and equipment. It is effective against 17 micoorganisms in 5 minutes –...
It kills TB in 6 minutes, HBV in 3 minutes, HIV in 30 seconds. It has low alcohol content provides excellent cleaning with rapid TB kill.
Benco Dental introduces new and improved Z3 Surface Disinfecting Wipes. These wipes feature an improved kill time of 2 minutes along with...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    What’s in a disinfectant? The better question is “what’s in the formula?” Disinfectants are a crucial part of any operatory cleaning regimen. Their chemical compounds are the key to achieving a clean surface that’s disinfected well beyond what soap and water can do, but therein lies the rub—you have to be careful about the toxicity of chemicals...

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  • Julie Cullen

    What were you doing in 1962? Were you starting a dental equipment company that’s become an international corporation manufacturing some of the most innovative products in the profession? Probably not. But that’s what Louis E. Brooks, Jack Alpert and George Kauer were doing when they founded Air Techniques. And now the company is celebrating 55...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    SciCan has a winner with its one-step surface cleaning and disinfectant cleaner, OPTIM 33TB. Available in a spray or a pre-moistened towelette, OPTIM 33TB’s patented technology is designed to deliver better cleaning and faster disinfection results – all while combining cleaning and disinfection into one step. One of the greatest advantages of...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I just wanted to share this list with you. These are the pathogens DEFEND+PLUS Disinfecting/Deodorizing/Cleaning Wipes can kill in 2 minutes: Escherichia coli 0157:H7 Human Hepatitis B virus Human Hepatitis C virus Herpes Simplex virus 2 (genital herpes virus) HIV-1 (AIDS virus) – 1 minute kill Influenza A (A2 Japan – H1N1) Methicillin Resistant...

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  • Julie Cullen

    There’s no room for a sliding scale in the dental practice setting. Infection control and prevention are essential to good dental care. This white paper from Palmero Health does a nice job of explaining the science behind infectious disease transmission and prevention, as well as the current guidelines. In particular, the white paper makes...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Dental professionals are subjected to all sorts of risk factors, which were scored from 0 to 100, with a higher score indicating an increased health risk.

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