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TEC Solution 1 1-gal bottle
TEC Solution 1 is a specially formulated and calibrated evacuation cleaning solution to be used with the T-E-C System Device. When used with the TEC System automatic atomizer, it gives your evacuation system the most technically-advanced cleaning available today. TEC Solution 1 uses advanced technology surfactants specially blended to keep your system at peak performance. This non-foaming solution (as foam may damage your system) provides a reduction of contaminants and organic debris in evacuation systems. TEC Solution 1 reduces calcium buildup on pumps and provides a clean surface that inhibits accumulation of debris on internal surfaces of your evacuation system. Tired of that awful, smelly trap? TEC Solution 1 contains special additives to assist in deterring microbial and odor escalation between trap cleanings. And, as always, TEC Solution 1 leaves your entire system clean and fresh smelling.
Would you choose ”marginal“ or just ”satisfactory“, when you can have ”SUPERIOR“?
An independent Government report tested 25 line cleaners for their ability to kill bacteria that may contaminate dental evacuation systems.
TEC Solution 1 (the VacuCleanse formulation calibrated for the TEC SYSTEM) had superior bacterial activity, allowing little or no growth in all three test procedures. Most of the products in the study did not achieve this same high level of microbial reduction, and some of the top selling products demonstrated only ”satisfactory“ microbial reduction, or even worse: ”marginal“ microbial reduction.
How often should I clean each operatory evacuation station?
For ALL evacuation systems, you should aspirate (using an atomizer system for best results) suction system cleaning solution through each operatory’s suction line (daily) after the last patient of the day, or after each patient if suctioning significant amounts of bioburden (extraction, surgical procedures, etc.).
Why is it important to clean my suction system so often?
1) An indepth report stated ”…there exists the possibility that material from the mouth of a previous patient may remain in the vacuum line of the saliva ejector and be aspirated into the mouth of the next patient being treated. Data also suggests the possible existence of an infection risk during backflow from potential pathogens shed from the biofilm in the tubing in low-volume suction lines.“.
2) Correct cleaning of the evacuation system is extremely important in keeping your evacuation system running at peak performance. Slow or clogged systems cost Dental Professionals millions in down time.
Dilution rate: Dilution rate is automatically calibrated by the TEC Device.