Shelf life: 10 years
Shelf life of working solutions: 4 days
It is used for disinfection and treatment of surfaces indoors and outdoors, hard furniture, surfaces of appliances, apparatus, sanitary equipment, etc. When carrying out the final, current and preventive disinfection in medical institutions (MPU), microbiological, diagnostic and other laboratories, treatment rooms, kindergartens and schools. Disinfection of food transport, public transport, etc.
The product is produced in a polymer container of 300 tablets weighing 3.3 g. Packed in cardboard boxes of 9 cans.
We offer you the following delivery terms:
- Chlorine-containing (releasing active chlorine)
- sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid 86.8%.
- tablet (3.3 g)
- Active against bacteria - Mycobacterium terrae, gram-negative bacteria, gram-positive bacteria;
- viruses - adenoviruses, HIV, herpes, influenza, parenteral hepatitis, poliomyelitis, other pathogens of acute respiratory viral infections, enteral hepatitis;
- causative agents of particularly dangerous infections - anthrax, tularemia, cholera, plague;
- pathogenic fungi - dermatophyton, candida; deodorizing properties.
- The agent is soluble in water, aqueous solutions are transparent.
- disinfection of surfaces for bacteria (excluding tuberculosis) - 0.015% / 60 min. 0.03%/30 min.
- disinfection of surfaces for viral infections - 0.015% / 60 min. 0.03%/30 min.
- disinfection of surfaces for candidiasis - 0.06% / 60 min. 0.1%/30 min.
- disinfection of surfaces by dermatophytes - 0.06% / 60 min. 0.1%/30 min.
- Class 4 low-hazard compounds - when applied to the skin.
- 3 hazard class if ingested
- Working solutions up to 0.015% -0.06% (according to ACh) in the form of vapors do not cause irritation of the respiratory organs, with a single exposure they do not have a local irritating effect on the skin.
- in the package - 10 years,
- in working solution - 4 days.
- TU 9392-009-61350033-2010
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