Stay on top of your instrument cleaning with PowerSonic™ UltraSonic Cleaning Solution. A general purpose cleaning material, PowerSonic UltraSonic Cleaning Solution is a patented, plant- and mineral-based, 100% enzyme-free, catalytic cleaner that supercharges the action of your ultrasonic bath and instrument washer using powerful nano-oxygen bubbles.
Dental hygienists are charged with following evidence-based instrument processing protocols to ensure instruments are safe to use. Failure to comply with such guidelines may lead to licensing issues and a loss of confidence in clinicians’ abilities to perform quality and safe patient care.1 Using a high-performance cleaner—such as PowerSonic UltraSonic Cleaning Solution—will help ensure compliance with all infection control protocols. In order to support successful instrument reprocessing, instruments should be arranged so that the appropriate workflow can occur in a one-directional sequence:1
- Collection and sorting of dirty instruments
- Cleaning in the ultrasonic bath or instrument washer with a high-quality cleaning solution
- Rinsing and drying
Advantages of PowerSonic Ultrasonic Cleaning Solution
The PowerSonic UltraSonic Cleaning Solution is perfect for use in ultrasonic baths and instrument washers, as well as for general cleaning purposes. It provides the following benefits:
- Immediate elimination of odors and organic matter
- Rapidly removes protein—even without ultrasonic action
- Reduces ultrasonic bath sludge and odor
- No mixing required
- 100% enzyme free
- Environmentally friendly formulation
For a limited time, customers who buy three bottles of PowerSonic UltraSonic Cleaning Solution will receive a fourth bottle FREE! This deal provides $19 off the case price. Purchasers need only to use the promo code “Sonic 3+1” to take advantage of this offer.
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- Cuny EJ. Supporting the success of instrument reprocessing. Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. 2019;17(7):42–45.
From Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. October 2022; 20(10)27.