Tri-enzymatic cleaner for surgical and medical instruments

MEDAZYM is a concentrated enzymatic detergent specially designed for the cleaning of medical and surgical instruments before disinfection or sterilization.
It combines the action of three enzymes (protease, lipase, amylase) which break down proteins, fats, starch, blood residues. It effectively removes the most stubborn organic soils.
Its non-irritating formula ensures a safe cleaning routine for the user.
MEDAZYM can be used in ultrasonic baths or in immersion baths.


  • Combination of three enzymes for a triple cleaning action
  • Drastically removes organic residues
  • Very economical: 0.5 – 1% dilution
  • Suitable for the cleaning in ultrasonic bath, in immersion bath or by conventional hand washing.
  • Does not foam, prevents corrosion and instrument discoloration
  • Appropriate for heat-resistant as well as heat-sensitive instruments


MEDAΖΥΜ is compatible with most materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, glass, ceramics, hard plastics, ebonite, etc …

Ultrasonic bath

MEDAΖΥΜ can be used in all ultrasonic baths of stainless steel. Make sure that the solution is not heated. In ultrasonic bath, it can be used at 0,5% dilution.


Protease, lipase, amylase, non ionic surfactants <5%, corrosion inhibitor, pH regulator, excipients.

MEDAZYM - Tri-enzymatic cleaner for surgical and medical instruments


  • 1 litre bottle with dispenser (Ref. 20019)

Physical properties

  • Appearance: Light yellow solution
  • Density: 1.02 g/cm3 at 20˚C
  • pH: 7.0 – 8.0 (Neutral ) at 20˚C
  • pH (0.5% – 1%): 7.0 – 8.0 (Neutral ) at 20˚C
  • Odour: Neutral
  • Storage: 5˚C – 35˚C
  • Stability: 3 Years
  • Biodegradability: According to OCDE 301D

MEDAZYM is manufactured in Greece. MEDALKAN satisfies the requirements of ISO 9001 for quality management system and the requirements of ISO 13485 for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

  • Approved by the Greek National Organization for Medicines
  • CE mark according to the medical devices Directive (Directive 93/42/EEC)
  • Medical device class I