Alkaline detergent for the reprocessing of surgical instruments and equipment

NOSOCLEAN is a highly concentrated and efficient alkaline detergent especially formulated for the cleaning of surgical instruments, medical equipment, ophtalmological instruments, anesthetic and endoscopic equipment, laboratory glassware, etc.

NOSOCLEAN is recommended for heat-resistant and heat-sensitive instruments and can be used in washer disinfectors as well as a pre-cleaning treatment in ultrasonic bath or as a first manual cleaning step in immersion bath.


  • Drastically efficient due to the specific combination of alkaline agents, surfactants and new generation of stabilized enzymes
  • Does not leave any residues
  • Follows the guidelines of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) concerning the decontamination of surgical instruments from prions (Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease).
  • Contributes to the removal of biofilm
  • Can be used in soft or hard water
  • Does not foam, prevents corrosion and instruments discoloration
  • Appropriate for heat-sensitive as heat-resistant instruments


NOSOCLEAN is an alkaline detergent compatible with most materials such as stainless steel, glass, ceramics, hard plastics, ebonite, etc … Material compatibility with sensitive materials should always be checked before use.


< 5% Non ionic and anionic surfactants, chelating agent, corrosion inhibitor, pH regulator.

NOSOCLEAN - Alkaline detergent for the reprocessing of surgical instruments and equipment


  • 5 litre canister (Ref. 20026)
  • 10 litre canister (Ref. 20027)
  • Dosing pump for 5 litre canister (Ref. 20023)

Physical properties

  • Appearance: Transparent solution
  • Density: 1.02 g/cm3 at 20˚C
  • pH: 10.0 – 10.50 at 20˚C
  • pH (1% in deionized water): 10.20 – 10.80 at 20˚C
  • Viscosity: <50 mPas at 20˚C
  • Storage: 5˚C – 35˚C
  • Stability: 3 Years
  • Biodegradability: According to OCDE 301D

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