Common Sense Cleaning

For Tubular and Robotic Surgical Instruments

1. QUESTION: Does it make sense to push debris from the dirtiest tip end of the instrument out through the cleaner handle end of the instrument? Of course not! COMMON SENSE REMEDY: The SurgiSonic® Cleaning Machine encapsulates the dirtiest tip end of the instrument in a suction chamber and draws fluid in through the cleaner handle end of the instrument.
2. QUESTION: Does it make sense to push dirt extracted from an instrument into the ultrasonic bath where the other instruments are being cleaned? Of course not! COMMON SENSE REMEDY: The SurgiSonic® Cleaning Machine immediately filters the debris that has been suctioned out of an instrument before the cleaning solution is returned to the ultrasonic tank!
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3. QUESTION: Does it make sense to attach six to twelve instruments to one cleaning pump? Of course not! Because water takes the path of least resistance more fluid will flow through the cleaner instruments than the clogged instruments. COMMON SENSE REMEDY: The SurgiSonic®Cleaning Machine cleans up to six instruments at the same time, and each of the instruments has its own individually dedicated suction chamber/filter/and pump. This assures maximum cleaning power is applied directly to each instrument.
Geddis, Inc. 2221 Paddock Circle Dunedin, FL 34698 USA info@surgiclean.com Phone: 800-844-6792 Fax: 727-786-6324

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