Broda Infection Control Guide

Broda Product Cleaning & Disinfecting Guide

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Broda’s products provide infection control by utilizing primarily vinyl upholstery. Cleaning and sterilizing Broda’s products are easy for facilities and fundamental to minimizing healthcare bacterial and viral infections.

The properties of vinyl upholstery intrinsically provide infection control measures:

  • Impermeable to moisture – creates a fluid barrier.
  • Minimally textured – ease of washing and sterilization.
  • Durable surface – tears, scuffs and cracking resistant.
Upholstery

Inclination, Interlace, Savoy, Kaleidoscope, Silvertex

Beeline

Content

Vinyl / Urethane Topcoat

100% Polyurethane/

PVC Free

Finish

Stain Resistant

N/A

Performance

100,000 D.R.

UV Stabilized Pigments: Xenotest:

AATCC Blue Wool /

1,000 hrs

No Heavy Metals

Formaldehyde Free

500,000 D.R.

Hydroyisis-Meets or exceeds ASTM D3690

02 Grade A requirements

Reduced Environmental

Impact: GREENGUARD

Certified, PVC-Free

Flame Resistance

California T.B. 117-2013

NFPA 260 Class 1

California T.B. 117-2013

NFPA 260 Class 1

Maintenance/Cleaning

1:4 bleach / water, peroxide, & quaternary ammonium at the recommended dilution*

Water based Cleaner,

1:4 Mix of bleach & water

Expert Healthcare Resources:

Disclaimer: Broda Inc. has made a good faith effort to take all reasonable measures to ensure that this article is accurate, current,  error-free, and consistent with the relevant clinical standards accepted by a consensus of healthcare experts at the time of publication. Any recommendation described in this article must be applied by certified healthcare practitioners in accordance with professional management and localized standards of care are found in every care jurisdiction or environment. Broda Inc. is not responsible for any negative consequences stemming from independent use by individual persons.

*Healthcare facilities maintain disinfecting regimens to reduce the spread of infections. There is a wide variety of available biocides that include bleaches, peroxides and quaternary ammonium products, among others. They should always be used at the recommended dilution, never in concentrated form. To prolong the life of digital or any other coated fabric, they should be rinsed off after the recommended residence time. It should be noted that misuse of disinfectants is the major source of surface deterioration.

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