Q : What is the sterilizing agent of HMTS series?
A : 1) What is the sterilant of HMTS series?
: The HMTS-series use 50% of hydrogen peroxide as its sterilant.
2) What is the storage condition of the HMTS sterilant?
: It should be kept at cool storage condition of 2 - 8 ℃ to maintain its stability.
3) What is the shelf-life of the HMTS sterilant?
: It is 12 months from the date of manufacture if it is stored at cool storage conditon as above.
4) What is the shelf-life of the HMTS sterilant once set in the HMTS?
: It is 1 month.
5) What is the volume of the HMTS sterilant?
: We are supplying it in the form of bottle.
: 1 bottle for HMTS-80 --- 140 ml
: 1 bottle for HMTS-SES --- 80 ml
6) What precaution should be given when handling the HMTS sterilant?
: 1 bottle contains highly concentrated hydrogen peroxide that is strong oxidizer and irritant. Therefore, the users should put personal protective equipments (eg. mask, gloves, goggles) when handling it.
: Please do not unpack the box of hydrogen peroxide if the box or bottle is damaged and wet. In this case, please contact our service team. Do not store it near combustible materials and avoid exposure to sunlight. Store it in a compact container and in a dry area.
7) What do we do with the used bottle of hydrogen peroxide?
: It should be thrown into an authorized area, in compliance with a relevant regulation of your country.
8) What do we have to if we are exposed to hydrogen peroxide?
: Eyes --- Get medical aid immediately.
Do NOT rub the eyes or keep eyes closed. Extensive irrigation with water is
required for at least 30 minutes.
: Skin --- Get medical aid immediately.
Flush skin with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes while removing
contaminated clothes and shoes. Wash the clothes before reuse.
Destroy contaminated shoes.
: Ingestion --- Get medical aid immediately.
Do NOT induce vomiting. If the victim is conscious and alert, give 2-4
cupfuls of milk or water. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious
: Inhalation --- Get medical aid immediately.
Remove from exposure and move to fresh air immediately.
If breathing is difficult, give oxygen.
Do NOT use mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If breathing is ceased,
apply artificial respiration using oxygen and a suitable mechanical
device such as a bag and a mask.
: Notes to Physician --- Treat symptomatically and supportively.