Alkaline detergent for the reprocessing of surgical instruments and equipment

NOSOCLEAN is a highly concentrated and efficient alkaline detergent especially formulated for the cleaning of surgical instruments, medical equipment, ophtalmological instruments, anesthetic and endoscopic equipment, laboratory glassware and similar applications.

NOSOCLEAN is recommended for the cleaning of heat-resistant and heat-sensitive instruments and can be used in washer disinfectors, in ultrasonic bath or in immersion bath.


  • Drastically efficient due to the specific combination of alkaline agents, surfactants and new generation of stabilized enzymes
  • Does not leave any residues
  • Follows the guidelines of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) concerning the decontamination of surgical instruments from prions (Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease).
  • Contributes to the removal of biofilm
  • Can be used in soft or hard water
  • Does not foam, prevents corrosion and instruments discoloration
  • Appropriate for heat-sensitive as heat-resistant instruments


NOSOCLEAN is an alkaline detergent compatible with most materials such as stainless steel, glass, ceramics, hard plastics, ebonite, etc … Material compatibility with sensitive materials should always be checked before use.


< 5% Non ionic and anionic surfactants, chelating agent, corrosion inhibitor, pH regulator.

NOSOCLEAN - Alkaline detergent for the reprocessing of surgical instruments and equipment


  • 5 litre canister (Ref. 20026)
  • 10 litre canister (Ref. 20027)
  • Dosing pump for 5 litre canister (Ref. 20023)

Physical properties

  • Appearance: Transparent solution
  • Density: 1.02 g/cm3 at 20˚C
  • pH: 10.0 – 10.50 at 20˚C
  • pH (1% in deionized water): 10.20 – 10.80 at 20˚C
  • Viscosity: <50 mPas at 20˚C
  • Storage: 5˚C – 35˚C
  • Stability: 3 Years
  • Biodegradability: According to OCDE 301D

NOSOCLEAN is manufactured in Greece. MEDALKAN satisfies the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for quality management system and the requirements of ISO 13485:2016 for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

ISO Certification
  • Approved by the General Chemical State Laboratory
  • CE mark according to the medical devices MDR Regulation (EU) 2017/745
  • Medical device class I