Manufacturer : GC America
COEfect™ Flow Pack Canister | MPN # 557200
COEfect™ Minute Spray | MPN # 557201
COEfect Flow Pack pkg 50 Wipes | MPN # 557202
COEfect Canister can be used to effectively clean and disinfect a dental operatory, sterilization bay or other potentially contaminated areas in less time — when compared to other products that have longer "kill rates" or out-dated formulations. This "one step," surface disinfectant features an ethanol-base, low-toxicity and pleasant "non fragrance" and has been laboratory tested and is EPA Registered as an effective Bactericide, Virucide, Tuberculocide and Fungicide. Additionally, the larger size (9" x 7") and unique material (polyester nonwoven spunlace) combine to effectively spread the disinfectant solution and absorb excess bioburden — making it an added plus for infection control protocol.
COEfect Minute Spray can also be used to clean and disinfect contaminated surfaces, instruments and equipment within the dental operatory. This product also features an ethanol-base, low toxicity rating and has been laboratory tested and is EPA Registered as an effective Bactericide, Virucide, Tuberculocide and Fungicide for one minute "kill time" of twenty-five pathogens. Used in combination with COEfect Minute Wipes, or by itself, COEfect MinuteSpray will effectively clean and disinfect dental operatory surfaces and is ideal for infection control protocol.
COEfect Minute Wipes are clinically-proven surface disinfectant wipe with a formulation that provides a "One Minute" kill for a variety of critical pathogens* (and is EPA Cleared as a Bactericidal, Virucidal, Fungicidal and Tuberculocidal). It is a true "One Step" application most hard surfaces within a dental office as it is compatible with stainless steel, porcelain, aluminum, titanium, vinyl, nylon, polypropylene, PVC, Teflon® and more. Additionally, COEfect Minute Wipes feature low toxicity and can be used both with and without protective gloves. * Please refer to company website for a complete list of all critical pathogen