Renolive is a cold sterilant intended for use in the dialyzer reprocessing system. It is also used for manual dialyzer reprocessing. Renolive offers advantages compared to traditional chemicals used for reprocessing such as it replaces Formaldehyde, Hydrogen peroxide, and Bleach when used for dialyzer reprocessing. Renolive is a stabilized mixture of peracetic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and acetic acid.

Safer Disinfectant for Dialyzer

Renolive offers effective and safe disinfection. Residues if any in the dialyzer will degrade quickly into water and oxygen. Peracetic acid has superior disinfection activity because it has a higher oxidation potential than chlorine dioxide and sodium hypochlorite. Renolive is a safe disinfectant for dialyzer membrane whereas dialyzer membrane may get damaged when sodium hypochlorite is used as disinfectant.

Renolive edge over other

Renolive has superior disinfection activity. Renolive is safe to use, as peracetic acid dissolves in water and disintegrates to hydrogen peroxide and acetic acid which will fall apart to water, oxygen and carbon dioxide. It is safe for dialysis technician as it is 100% biodegradable and non-toxic. Renolive has superior material compatibility unlike sodium hypochlorite and formaldehyde. Renolive does not cause the formation of anti-N-like antibodies.