Advanced 2-in-1 waterline disinfectant for complete protection
The CleanCert difference
|CleanCert||Other Waterline Cleaners|
|100% effective against all five stages of biofilm|
|Broad Spectrum anti-microbial action|
|Dual action - Continuous & Shock*||*40 mins||*12-72 hrs|
|Removes biofilm in waterlines & connections|
|Non-toxic for skin eyes and ingestion|
|Hypoallergenic and pH neutral||Some Products|
|100% Environmentally responsible|
|Stable HOCL for extended shelf-life|
Waterborne bacteria can quickly multiply to form dangerous biofilm, even when using a waterline cleaner.
Offering a higher level of performance and safety, CleanCert is the only 2-in-1 waterline disinfectant solution.
Independent lab tests prove CleanCert both destroys all five stages of biofilm contamination and eliminates the bacteria that form the biofilm.
Discover the TRUE risk of using a single-action waterline cleaner
Know the risks | DUWL contamination can occur as a result of:
Reduce the risks | With CleanCert
Advanced, all-in-one formulation for continuous use AND shock treatment (ISO 16954)
Proven to protect against all five stages of biofilm growth
Removes ALL waterborne biofilm and free-floating bacteria from dental waterlines
Innovative shock treatment, typically up to 90% faster (i.e. less chair downtime) than other single-action biofilm removers – 40 mins vs 12 hrs
Annual cost savings of at least 60% per chair, compared to leading competitors (ask for more details)
Non-corrosive- tested to EN21530 compliance
Convenient sizes: 1L and 5L bottles for up to 25 shock doses
Safe for you, your staff, and your patients – even in concentrate
100% biodegradable – friendly for you and the environment
Non-toxic, non-corrosive – easy storage and disposal
Hypoallergenic and pH neutral
CE marked as a medical device
Validated to international disinfection standards including ISO 16954 (waterlines) & EN 14476 (viruses)
Trusted by leading dental groups
No need for complicated and expensive starter kits!
How simple is it to switch from my current product? Click here for details.
It couldn’t be simpler:
2) purge waterlines with purified water for 10 seconds, to flush out current product.
3) fill up your dental chair water bottles with CleanCert in the appropriate dilutions (100% for shock, 2% for continuous dosing) and proceed as per label instructions.
No extra starter kits. No extra equipment. It couldn’t be simpler!
1. Directions For Use (continuous dose and biofilm removal)
2. Why CleanCert?
Traditional single action waterline disinfectant products contain bleaches and harmful quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs) that increase the risks to your patients. These hazardous chemicals also burden an already busy team with extensive dental unit waterline cleaning procedures, time-intensive training, and lengthy health and safety protocols.
Harnessing the power of nature, CleanCert features HOCl as its active ingredient. This powerful, yet biocompatible, compound is produced by the body’s own immune system in response to infection and it destroys microbes in a matter of seconds.
We take the very highest quality HOCl and use a unique stabilisation technique to create a highly effective dual-action biofilm removal product. Not only is CleanCert the most effective HOCl-based product on the market, but it is also one of the most compliant; tested and validated to the highest standards CleanCert provides you with a high degree of confidence and reassurance.
3. Testing & compliance
- ISO 16954- 2 protocols: biofilm elimination (removal) & continuous dosing (prevention)
- BS EN 14476 – test methods for the quantitative evaluation of the virucidal activity
- HTM 01-05 (Decontamination in primary care dental practices)
- Drinking Water Directive 98/83/EC
- CE medical device
- BPR (parts 1-5)/Article 95- list of active disinfectants and suppliers
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- Effectiveness of a Dental Unit Waterline Treatment Protocol With A-Dec ICX and Citrisil Disinfectants. Military Medicine, 2015.Dewhirst N and Molinari JA.
- Treating and Monitoring Dental Water. Inside Dentistry, 2018.Spagnolo, Sartini, Cristina: Microbial contamination of waterlines. Pathogens. August 2020.Shajahan IF et al.
- Dental unit waterlines disinfection using hypochlorous acid-based disinfectant. Journal of Conservative Dentistry, 2016.