NEUTRALKAN

Acidic neutralising agent for the automated reprocessing of surgical instruments and equipment

NEUTRALKAN is an acidic detergent and neutralising agent of alkaline residues on glassware and surgical instruments. It can be used on stainless steel instruments, ophtalmological instruments, anesthetic equipment, laboratory glassware, hard plastics and all acid resistant medical devices.

NEUTRALKAN is a combination of organic and inorganic acids. It removes limescale, rust stains and mineral deposits off the instruments as well as the inside walls of the washer disinfectors.

NEUTRALKAN is a neutralising agent used in automatic washers, washer disinfectors or other instrument reprocessing equipment.

Properties

  • Removes alkaline residues, mineral scale and rust stains
  • Keeps the washer disinfector’s chamber clean and shiny
  • Restores stainless steel surface finish
  • Very economical: 0.05% to 0.4% dilution
  • Does not contain any surfactants, prevents corrosion and instruments discoloration

Compatibility

NEUTRALKAN is compatible with most materials like stainless steel, glass, ceramics and acid resistant materials.
Material compatibility with sensitive materials should always be checked before use.

Composition

Citric acid, Phosphoric acid > 50%

NEUTRALKAN - Acidic neutralising agent for the automated reprocessing of surgical instruments and equipment

Packaging

  • 5 litre canister (Ref. 20028)
  • 10 litre canister (Ref. 20029)

Physical properties

  • Appearance: Transparent solution
  • Density: 1.50 g/cm3 at 20˚C
  • pH (1-4 ml/l.): <2 at 20˚C
  • Viscosity: <50 mPas at 20˚C
  • Storage: 5˚C – 35˚C
  • Stability: 3 Years
  • Biodegradability: According to OCDE 301D

NEUTRALKAN is manufactured in Greece. MEDALKAN satisfies the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for quality management system and the requirements of ISO 13485:2016 for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

ISO Certification
CE-LOGO
  • Approved by the General Chemical State Laboratory
  • CE mark according to the medical devices Directive (Directive 93/42/EEC)
  • Medical device class I