Individual Radiacwash Towelettes have been discontinued by the manufacturer. The are now available in a 75 ct Radiacwash Wipe Dispenser. Available in packs of 20, packs of 50, packs of 100 and in our Radiation Protection Emergency Kits, Radiacwash Towelettes will remove general laboratory contaminants such as soil, grease, oil, blood, resides, resins, and tissue.
- Easy to use: Simply remove the towelette from the foil packet, scrub hands thoroughly and wash the contamination away with running water.
- Can be used safely on all surfaces, either straight or diluted, including skin, cloth, all metals, glass, floors, walls, leather, rubber, porcelain, plastic, laboratory instruments, utensils and equipment.
Radiacwash has a pH of 5, contains no phosphates, chromates, silicates, enzymes, borates, aluminates, carbonates, halids and inert fillers that can interfere with sensitive analytical procedures.
Radiacwash is non-alkaline, non-corrosive, biodegradable and germicidal.
When using Radiacwash Towelettes for body decontamination, keep away from eyes, mucous membranes, sensitive skin, cuts and abrasions. After use, rinse affected area with water.
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Why choose Radiacwash™ Towelettes?
- Quote from report: “Radiacwash works better than plain soap and water on metal isotopes and isotopes bound to metals.” Note: These ‘metal isotopes’ include cesium, strontium and cobalt which are likely to be found in a dirty bomb according to the CIA report: Terrorist CBRN: Materials and Effects.
- Quote from report: “A variety of radioactive materials are commonly available and could be used in an RDD [Radiological Dispersal Device, a.k.a. Dirty Bomb], including Cesium-137, Strontium-90, and Cobalt-60.”
Radiacwash™ Towelettes are also available in our Radiation Protection Emergency Kits