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Material compatibility is vitally important. Our surface-friendly formulations give you unbeatable clinical efficacy, without damaging your equipment. Verified compatibility with over 50 manufacturers and 100 pieces of equipment.

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Compatible equipment

We're continually working with medical device and equipment manufacturers to conduct thorough compatibility testing. Find our current equipment list below.

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What is material compatibility?

Protect your equipment. Find out why compatibility matters, how it works and what you can do to safeguard your surfaces. Make more informed purchasing decisions.

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Compatibility by product

Check to see if our wipes are compatible with your equipment.

Compatibility Universal

Universal Range

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Compatibility Sporicidal

Sporicidal Range

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Compatibility Detergent

Detergent Range

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We ensure our products are safe to use on a growing list of equipment.

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