Puradet Manuzyme

Description & Application
Puradet Manuzyme is a new biological cleaner using a blend of protolytic enzymes with synergistic surfactants that is designed for the manual and ultrasonic decontamination of medical, surgical, dental and endoscopic instruments. Puradet Manuzyme formulation is a highly effective and safe process for the manual and ultrasonic cleaning of endoscopes, medical, dental and delicate instruments against a wide range of contaminants. Puradet Manuzyme is particularly effective for the removal of protein and organic contaminants from surfaces, including dried on blood and tissue. Puradet Manuzyme is registered as a Class I medical Device. Puradet Manuzyme is a neutral formulation that is safe to use on any surface and offers particular benefits where autoclave and automated decontamination cannot be used, e.g. optic probes.

Primary features

  • Highly effective biological cleaner for removal of proteinaceous and organic contaminants from sensitive instrument materials
  • Uses a blend of protolytic enzymes that have added safety
  • Low toxicity
  • Odourless
  • Reduced instrument damage and repair
  • Excellent material compatibility
  • Non-fixative
  • Non-corrosive, will not damage delicate coatings
  • Compatible with hard water
  • Free rinsing and low foaming

Puradet Manuzyme is ideal for removing biohazards from metallic, glass and plastic medical and dental instruments, rigid and flexible endoscopes and other equipment used in hospitals, health centres, dentists and laboratories by manual and ultrasonic methods. Puradet Manuzyme is effective against blood, tissue residues, proteins, mucus, faeces and other contaminants.

Puradet Manuzyme is compatible with a wide range of fabrics, rubbers, plastics and hard surface materials and will not attack metal surfaces if used in accordance with standard infection control practises at the recommended dilution rate and contact time. Its use should be avoided in contact with polysulphone, polycarbonate and other sensitive plastics.