Spectrum Surgical Offers Double-Headed Cleaning Brush

Spectrum Surgical extends its product line for cleaning surgical instruments.

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Double-Headed Cleaning Brush

Stow, Ohio (PRWEB) February 29, 2012

Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. is pleased to offer a double-headed surgical instrument cleaning brush. This unique, double-headed cleaning brush features one brush head with nylon bristles and another brush head with stainless steel bristles for more aggressive cleaning. This convenient design makes this brush the perfect choice for cleaning surgical instruments, including the serrations and box-lock areas of hemostats, needle holder jaws, scissors, and orthopedic instruments. The stainless bristles will not harm the finish of surgical instruments, and the nylon bristles are made using anti-microbial, white, medical grade nylon. This convenient brush is fully reusable and is sold in packages of three.

The order number for this cleaning brush is 45-202NS.

For more information, please contact a Spectrum Customer Care Representative at 800-444-5644.

About Spectrum Surgical Instruments

Spectrum Surgical Instruments has been providing a full line of surgical instruments for Human and Animal health since 1983. Spectrum is a leading provider of surgical instrument repair, sharpening and restoration. Spectrum Surgical provides surgical equipment to surgery centers and veterinary centers across the United States.

We have taken a leading role in the industry by providing free educational services about surgical instrument care. The goal is to educate those who come in contact with surgical instruments to ensure that all are aware of the impact they have on patient safety. Our commitment to quality has led us to increase our quality systems and improvement initiatives. We work directly with customers and industry leaders to offer technology, preventative maintenance, and quality products designed to improve patient safety.

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