Concentrated “Enzymatic” Evacuation System Cleaning Solution
PowerFlush was formulated for oral surgery and any procedure where proteinaceous materials such as blood and tissue are present.
PowerFlush is a highly effective enzymatic evacuation cleaning solution that will break down blood, mucous and other proteins that form hard deposits. It is designed to break down the molecular structure of protein soils and increase their water solubility.
PowerFlush provides a clean surface that inhibits accumulation of debris on internal surfaces of your evacuation system. This non-foaming solution (as foam may damage your system) provides a reduction of contaminants and organic debris in evacuation systems.
How often should I clean each operatory evacuation station? For ALL evacuation systems, you should aspirate prepared PowerFlush suction system cleaning solution through each operatory’s suction line after each patient if suctioning significant amounts of bioburden (extraction, surgical procedures, etc.). PowerFlush may also be used as a maintenance solution in each operatory at the end of each work week to give an extra “enzymatic cleaning” to your system (for offices that are using VacuCleanse “Daily in each operatory” during the week.)
Note: PowerFlush is also used by equipment service professionals to unclog and flush evacuation systems during service maintenance and repair. In these circumstances, be sure to clean traps following each system flush as large amounts of debris may be dislodged and the traps fill.
How often should I clean each operatory evacuation station?
For ALL evacuation systems, you should aspirate prepared VacuCleanse suction system cleaning solution through each operatory’s suction line (daily) after the last patient of the day, or after each patient if suctioning significant amounts of bioburden (extraction, surgical procedures, etc.)
Why is it important to clean my suction system so often?
1) An indepth report stated “…there exists the possibility that material from the mouth of a previous patient may remain in the vacuum line of the saliva ejector and be aspirated into the mouth of the next patient being treated. Data also suggests the possible existence of an infection risk during backflow from potential pathogens shed from the biofilm in the tubing in low-volume suction lines.”.
2) Correct cleaning of the evacuation system is extremely important in keeping your evacuation system running at peak performance. Slow or clogged systems cost Dental Professionals millions in down time.
Dilute: ½ oz concentrate to ½ gallon (64-oz) of water.
Dilution rate: 1:128
PowerFlush 1-gallon bottle of concentrate with easy-measure pump