The PULL THRU™ Products
Welcome! The PULL THRU™ Cleaning Brush range of patented endoscope channel cleaning products, are scientifically proven to improve the efficiency of the manual cleaning process for a range of endoscopes, compared to bristle brushes.
The unique patented wiper element design of the PULL THRU Cleaning Brush provides a complete circumferential seal in the lumen channel thereby removing almost all residue from internal endoscope channels in one simple operation. It’s also disposable, removing the need for the complicated cleaning and sterilization procedures necessary for reusable brushes.
Click on the links below to find out how PULL THRU Cleaning Brush can help you clean your scopes more efficiently, or to find out more about a particular product.
ESGENA/ UEG - Competition winner
We are pleased to announce a free pass to next year's ESENGA Conference was won by an attendee from NorwayRead more...
The PULL THRU™ team will be at Medica 2018Read more...
We are pleased to announce that an online training program is now available for anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of the PULL THRU™ Cleaning Brush product range and best-practice use of these innovative products.Read more...
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You can’t disinfect a dirty instrumentThree out of 20 flexible gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopes used for screening were found to harbour unacceptable levels of “bio dirt" — cells and matter from a patient’s body that could pose potential infection risk — according to a study of endoscopes used at five hospitals across the U.S.
What does "5 Layers of Clean™" mean?The PULL THRU™’ Cleaning Brush, with its unique 360° seal of the five wipers against the channel wall, provides superior mechanical removal of soil in the channel. The 360° seal also creates a flushing action, which pulls fresh detergent through the channel, completely filling it and helping remove residue from crevices or other areas of minor damage. The PULL THRU™ action is consistent every time which reduces any variation in cleaning method between users.