Schülke gigasept instru AF

gigasept® instru AF is an aldehyde-free disinfectant and cleaner for medical instruments.

  • aldehyde-free
  • pleasant mild smell
  • very good cleaning performance
  • broad spectrum of microbiological efficiency
  • shortened contact time in ultrasonic bath


Application areas : –
Suitable for manual cleaning and disinfection of thermostable and thermolabile instruments of all types (excluding flexible endoscopes). Thanks to its excellent cleaning performance – especially in an ultrasonic bath – and its comprehensive microbiological efficacy, gigasept® Instru AF offers all important product features for instrument reprocessing in hospitals and practices.

Standing time:
The working solution can be used for 7 days, when used for the disinfection of previously cleaned instruments only. If the working solution is used for cleaning, national regulations may limit the timespan during which the solution may be used.

Ultrasonic cleaning:
gigasept® Instru AF is particularly suitable for use in ultrasonic devices. The chemical stability of the product is maintained in this process. Studies have shown that very good cleaning can be achieved with gigasept® Instru AF after only a few seconds.




gigasept® Instru AF is a concentrate and is diluted with cold water to produce the desired application concentration.

Dosage/ Application example:
depending on the degree of effectiveness 1.5 % – 4 %. 1 litre of a 3 % working solution corresponds to 970 ml of water and 30 ml of gigasept® Instru AF.

Place instruments for reprocessing in the gigasept® Instru AF solution immediately after use. Ensure complete covering of the surfaces, also of hollow instruments, and allow to take effect. Rinse all instruments thoroughly after cleaning, using water of at least drinking water quality, or preferably sterile distilled water or fully deionised water, to completely remove residues of the cleaning solution. Please follow the reprocessing recommendations of the instrument manufacturers. National regulations may require that cleaning and disinfection are carried out in two separate process steps. Not for final disinfection of semicritical and critical medical devices!