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E20 - liquid for disinfecting water up to 6 months

€61.50 brutto

The cheapest measure on the market for disinfection of water in water lines of dental units. The average cost estimated for one use of the preparation is PLN 1.5.

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  • E2O liquid intended for disinfection (decontamination) of water in waterways of dental units.
  • Simple to use.
  • Economical - disinfection of up to 166 bottles (1L) or 56 bottles (2L) of water from one package.
  • One E20 bottle is enough for 6 months of use!
  • 2 in 1 - daily cleaning and Shock therapy in one fluid - you do not need to buy extra Shock tablets!
  • A simple and effective way to control biofilms and bacteria in the water lines of your unit, without the use of aggressive chemicals.
  • Reduces the risk of cross-infection when cleaning the wires.
  • Designed specifically for use in independent bottle systems.
  • Non-toxic for equipment or patients.
  • It does not cause allergic reactions.
  • Does not corrode metal.
  • Harmless for rubber and synthetic materials.
  • It does not react with materials for reconstruction and therapeutic agents.
  • Quick and fast action fast.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • No smell, color, taste, neutral pH solution.
  • Just pour into a bottle with water. Without measuring, without clutter.
  • Non-foaming. Same results every time.
  • No sediment or clogging through a water-insoluble tablet for disinfecting water.
  • Works in lines up to 2 weeks.
  • Tested on various water lines without negative effects or corrosion.
  • E2O decomposes into water and oxygen.
  • The performed tests indicate a significant reduction of bacteria in water sources after using E20.
  • Safe: The whitening strip applied directly in the mouth contains 500x more active agent, E20 in the wires of your unit.
  • For everyday use:
    • unity bottles with 750 ml to 1L - use 1 press of the pump with the preparation directly into the bottle (enough for 166 refills),
    • unity with 2L bottles - use 3 pump push-ups with preparation directly into the bottle (enough for 56 fillings).
  • To perform Shock therapy once a month:
    • dissolve the E20 liquid in 100 - 150 ml of water and draw it into the aqueous system of the body, leaving concentrated liquid for the night,
    • the preparation can be used with both tap water and distilled water,
    • always pour the product first into the bottle and then fill it with water.
  • The average cost estimated for 1 use of the preparation is about 1.5 PLN - therefore it is the cheapest measure currently on the market per 1 unit / unit.
  • Capacity: 250 ml bottle.
  • Your water lines in the plant are an ideal place for the reproduction of bacteria, biofilms and fungi. Bacteria can be unpredictable and potentially dangerous.
  • Discover the Germiphene Complete Care Waterline collection - effective and easy solutions for keeping water systems clean.
  • Full care of the water line requires: periodic shock therapy, maintenance and monitoring. It is not enough to continuously use the cleaner on the waterline.
  • Studies show that even with regular maintenance, the number of bacteria can first fall and then dramatically increase.
  • Maintenance controls bacterial growth, but shock therapies used periodically remove their significant amounts.
  • Do you wonder if your cleaner works properly on water lines? Are you sure that everyone in your office adheres to the water line cleaning procedures?
  • The only way to know this is for sure monitoring.
  • E2O 2 in 1 Waterline Treatment, made of stabilized hydrogen peroxide, can be used for daily maintenance and shock therapy.
  • Just inflate the preparation into the bottle before filling it with water. Follow the instructions for use.
  • You can perform an independent water quality test using a simple E-ONE test - more on our website www.equadent.pl. Remember - there is only one way to find out, do a test before Sanepid does it for you, make sure that the water meets the appropriate quality criteria.
  • NEW GUIDELINES regarding the decontamination of water in the water system of the unit. If you do not like diluting preparations, we recommend using ready-to-use preparations like E20 or Citrisil tablets. More information on our website. You have questions - call us at +48 63 244 55 77.
  • The guidelines for dentists regarding the quality of water flowing through the water system of dental units are based on art. 1 of the Act of 14 March 1985 on the State Sanitary Inspection (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 1412, as amended) on the necessity of:
    • Possibility to perform water quality tests from dental equipment of the dental unit (water from scent tips, scaler, syringes, syringes, etc.) in the scope of microbiological indicators: coli, E. coli, fecal streptococcus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, total number of microorganisms at 22 * ​​C and bacteria of the genus Legionella.
    • Supplements in hygiene procedures (including internal control procedures) of disinfection and cleaning rules for medical equipment, entries regarding the implementation and course / disinfection of dental units, including hospital water systems, etc.

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