SANITIZING ACRYLIC AND POLYCARBONATE SHEET
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OPTIX®, VIVAK® and TUFFAK® are registered trademarks of Plaskolite LLC
When disinfecting or sanitizing OPTIX Acrylic and TUFFAK Polycarbonate, proper procedures should be taken. To minimize the risk of damage, use only compatible household cleaners and correct cleaning procedures as outlined below.
TUFFAK sBioMed, LLC Steiplex SD Compatible
TUFFAK Safetec of America Safetec Surface Wipes Compatible
TUFFAK CONTEC Healthcare Perodox RTU Compatible
TUFFAK CONTEC Healthcare Prostat Sterile Wiped PS-911EB Compatible
OPTIX Generic Hydrogen Peroxide - pharmacy grade Compatible
OPTIX Generic Bleach - household grade Compatible
OPTIX Generic Isopropyl Alcohol - diluted with water to 30% strength Compatible
VIVAK Generic Hydrogen Peroxide 28%, Isopropyl Alcohol, Soap Solution Compatible
TUFFAK Procter & Gamble Clorox Health Care Bleach Germicidal Cleaner Not Compatible
TUFFAK Unimeg Corp Accel TB Not Compatible
TUFFAK Procter & Gamble Clorox Broad Spectrum Quaternary Disinfectant Cleaner Not Compatible
TUFFAK Zep Inc Zep 40 Not Compatible
TUFFAK Zep Inc ZEP Spirit II Not Compatible
TUFFAK PDI Inc PDI Super Sani-Cloth Not Compatible
TUFFAK Reckitt Benckiser Lysol Disinfectant Not Compatible
TUFFAK Fiberlock Technologies Inc Shockwave Disinfectant Not Compatible
TUFFAK CONTEC Healthcare Preempt RTU Multi-surface disinfectant cleaner Not Compatible
TUFFAK Procter & Gamble Clorox Regular Bleach 100% Not Compatible
TUFFAK Procter & Gamble Clorox Regular Bleach 50% Not Compatible
TUFFAK Procter & Gamble Clorox Regular Bleach 10% Not Compatible
TUFFAK Procter & Gamble Clorox Regular Bleach 1% Not Compatible
OPTIX Generic Ethyl Alcohol - pharmacy grade Not Compatible
Special Notes: Polycarbonate and acrylic products were tested on uncoated sheets.
Do not use unapproved cleaners or disinfectants on sheet products. Generally speaking, hydrogen peroxide and isopropyl alcohol-based sanitizers work best as disinfectants on polycarbonate and acrylic.
Disinfectants containing hydroxides, dimethyl benzyl or ethyl ammonium chloride, ethylenediamines and hypochlorite will crack the polycarbonate sheets.
**Because manufacturers sometimes change their formulas without notification compatibility in perpetuity can not be presumed
These suggestions are based on information we believe to be reliable. They are offered in good faith, but without guarantee , as conditions and methods of use are beyond our control. We recommend that the prospective user determine the suitability of our materials and suggestions before adopting them on a commercial scale.