VAC Systems Cleanout-NEW # 1000 (1 Gal.)
SYSTEMS-CLEANOUT reduces complex organic materials such as blood, proteins, and body oils into simpler compounds, easily flushed through your vacuum system.
MSDS #1000 VAC Systems Cleanout (1 Gal.)
Low Suction--> is a constant frustration for medical surgeries, dental operatives and clinics as well as maintenance personnel?
Industry Proven Formula Works fast & effective, proven to clear common problems Repeat injections on stubborn inlets to maximize flow Safe for all materials: hoses, piping, valves and O-rings Shelf life for maximum effectiveness Cleans, decontaminates, increases flow of inlets, Cleans sticky plungers & Dissolves dried contamination Reduce receiver build-up and pump usage by eliminating inlet leakage Eliminates leakage due to contamination Solution naturally deactivates 48 hours after use Budget friendly. Why buy more than you need?
NFPA 99 Chapter 5 2005 edition 126.96.36.199.10.4 Medical Surgical Vacuum inlets shall draw 85 Nl/min. (3 SCFM) without reducing the vacuum pressure below 300 mm or (12 in.) gauge HgV at any adjacent station inlet. 9.8 Gas/Vacuum Systems Maintenance Record Keeping. 9.8.4 Central Supply Systems for nonflammable medical gases shall conform to the following: 1. Be inspected annually 2. Be maintained by a qualified representative of the equipment owner 3. Have a record of the annual inspection available for review by the authority having jurisdiction. 9.8.7 A Maintenance Program shall be established for the following: * Both medical surgical vacuum piping and the secondary equipment attached to the medical surgical vacuum station inlets to ensure the continued good performance of the entire medical-surgical vacuum system. 4-188.8.131.52 (c) Clinical suction represents a very important tool in all surgery procedures, as well as post surgery recovery. New systems are required to have a minimum of three standard cubic feet per minute flow at each terminal in order to be certified for patient use. 4-10.2.1.2 Clogging of regulators with lint, debris, or dried body fluids reduces vacuum system performance. 4-184.108.40.206 The facility shall establish routine preventative maintenance programs to both the vacuum piping system and to the secondary equipment attached to vacuum station inlets to ensure the continued good performance of the entire vacuum system.