Citrisil tablets - self-dissolving, effectively disinfect the water system of dental units.
They meet the conditions of the new recommendations of the Sanepid regarding the decontamination of water in the dental office.
Citrisil does not lower the pH of water in the water system of the unit, thus preventing corrosion of the dental tips.
Citrisil does not react in any way to dental materials.
It is safe for the doctor and patient.
One tablet is enough for one bottle of distilled water depending on its capacity (up to 1 L or 2 L).
Citrisil tablets are similar in effect to ICX tablets, however they contain one Shock tablet in the packet necessary for the proper functioning of disinfectant tablets.
They come in three variants:
Citrisil White - colorless (20 tablets + 1 Shock tablet) - after dissolving in a bottle, they do not stain water.
Citrisil Blue - blue (20 tablets + 1 Shock tablet) - color the water to a delicate blue color, thanks to which it is easy to identify the amount of water in the bottle (eg opaque bottle), ensure that the tablet was thrown into the bottle.
Citrisil Shock - orange - super strong (10 tablets) - the strongest to use once a month. Ideal as an "activator" for other disinfectant tablet systems, i.e. ICX.
Each packet contains an additional 1 tablet of Citrisil Shock - a super-strong tablet for thorough cleaning of the system. We use it 1 x in a month, leaving it in the water system for a minimum of 24 hours.
It has the certificates of release for use and the CE mark that allows the product to be sold in the EU.
Citrisil uses, among others US and EU governmental institutions, military services, North American and European medical universities, etc.
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.
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.
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 of testing water quality from dental equipment of the dental unit (water from dental tips, scaler, syringes, syringes, etc.) in the scope of microbiological indicators: bacteria coli, E. coli, fecal streptococcus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, total number of microorganisms at 22oC 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.