Black and white image and vet administration vaccine with CleanVAX noses on applicator Black and white image and vet administration vaccine with CleanVAX noses on applicator

Clean, fast and convenient
vaccination with CleanVAX

Five steps for application

  1. Place the CleanVAX™ nozzle on the tip of the syringe or applicator gun. Be sure to use an applicator that features a Luer lock.
  2. Perform a 1/4 turn to affix the nozzle.
  3. Place the tip of the nozzle in the nostril of the calf.
  4. Administer the vaccine into the nostril.
  5. Replace the CleanVax™ nozzle between each group of animals to maintain hygiene.
Applicator with ClenVAX nozzles in pink

Improves calf comfort

CleanVAX™ nozzles are designed to be minimally-invasive, providing a more comfortable vaccination experience for calves. This also improves ease of administration, making the experience quick and easy for both you and your calves.

Beef cow in a barn, black and white

Even coat with less drip

The innovative atomizer tip creates a fine mist that evenly coats the nasal surfaces and reduces drip. Now you can worry less about waste with renewed confidence in a consistent dose every time.

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CleanVax Nozzels

Cleaning of the nozzle

Separate the CleanVax™ nozzle from the applicator gun, completely rinse the nozzle in warm water with detergent, and flush water through the circuit using a syringe. Be sure to rinse thoroughly, and remember not to apply disinfectants while vaccinating as they can render vaccines ineffective.

Benefits of intranasal administration

  • Intranasal vaccination results in a local immune
    response that isn’t inhibited by maternal antibodies,
    so you can vaccinate your calves even sooner while
    they’re at their most vulnerable.
  • Intranasal vaccination mimics the natural route of
    bovine coronavirus infection. It provokes a fast immune
    response the onset of immunity is only 5 days after vaccination!
Cow eating from vets hand in barn. black and white photo

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