Protecting healthcare facilities with the right disinfectants
Finding a compatible disinfectant with minimal effects on surfaces
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released infection control guidance for healthcare facilities that have patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. As part of these guidelines, the CDC recommends using cleaners and water to pre-clean surfaces prior to applying a hospital-grade disinfectant that is registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). According to the CDC’s hospital preparedness checklist, EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfectants should be used for frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces and shared patient care equipment.
The EPA’s disinfectants list outlines those that meet its criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2—the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. While these disinfectants help sterilize surfaces and equipment, they may also affect polycarbonate-based surfaces.
As a reliable supplier to the healthcare industry, we developed a two-page guide that helps OEMs and equipment manufacturers understand how our materials can stand up to the various EPA-recommended disinfectants against SARS-CoV-2. The EPA’s list includes milder disinfectants, which are also effective and well-tolerated by our materials.
With this resource, OEMs can feel confident in recommending specific disinfectants for their applications, based on the materials used.
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We’re helping healthcare OEMs recommend the right disinfectants for their applications with a resource that outlines how our materials stand up to the EPA-registered disinfectants that sterilize against SARS-CoV-2.
- Chemical resistance Withstand select hospital-grade disinfectants.