Technical Data Sheet

HPX

Sterile Surface Preparation 7% Hydrogen Peroxide blended with 1% Diamine & Non-ionic Surfactants in Purified Water

Use Instructions

InSpec™ HPX is designed for spraying, wiping and mopping applications. Hold spray approximately 15cm to 20cm from area to be treated. 5L versions, pour into an appropriate container for mopping.

Technical Data

Appearance: Colourless, odourless, clear liquid. pH 2-3.

Storage & Safe Handling

Store upright in original closed containers, away from sunlight and extremes of temperature. Full guidance on the handling and disposal of this product is available in the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

Efficacy

See summary table in Section 1 of this brochure.

Material Compatibility

Application of solutions, when used as directed, will not affect materials normally encountered in the cleanroom. See compatibility information in the Technical Dossier.

Benefits

  • One of the most common disinfectants available on the market
  • Stabilised solution - 12 months shelf life
  • 3 months validated 'in-use' shelf life
  • Contents protected using 'bag-inbottle' presentation with premium range.
  • 1L and 5L and burstable wipes and mops formats available in Ready to Use dilution form.
  • Multiple bags for cleanroom transfer
  • Ideal rotational partner for InSpec QT and AN
  • Manufactured in accordance with GMP

Technical User Information

InSpec™ HPX is a sterile sporicide available ready to use.

InSpec™ HPX is manufactured to GMP in an ISO 6 cleanroom. The product is filled and capped in an ISO class 5 environment.

The solution is filtered through a 0.2 micron filter and aseptically filled into pre-gamma irradiated packaging (25-45kGy) and tested to give a sterility assurance level SAL of 10-6.

InSpec™ HPX is supplied with a certificate of conformity and analysis and sterility.

For screw cap bottles use the entire contents after opening.



Summary of InSpec Biocide Qualification

 

United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) General Chapter 1072 "Disinfectants and Antiseptics"13.

This chapter stipulates that a 3 log reduction in the viable microbial count should be demonstrated for bacteria.