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Schülke perform®, disinfectant concentrate, powder, bag

Schülke perform®, disinfectant concentrate, powder, bag

Artikel Nr: SMH-122307-K
Delivery Time: 2-3 days

Availability: In stock

Price From: £207.97
Incl. 19% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost
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£20.78 pro 1 Kilogram (kg)
Shipping weight 2.60 kg
New In stock 56.89 GBP
New In stock 237.19 GBP

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Product details for surface disinfection concentrate

The powder concentrate Schülke perform®, surface disinfectants based on active oxygen, has an extremely broad spectrum of activity against noroviruses.

Properties of surface disinfectant concentrate

  • in bags of 40 g
  • Powder concentrate - is mixed with water
  • on the basis of active oxygen
  • no room air pollution
  • tested according to the latest norovirus test methods
  • Listed VAH + IHO list + RKI certificate
  • Composition: 100 g contain: 45 g Pentapotassium to (peroxymonosulphate) bis (sulphate) Labelling according to Regulation (EC) No 648/2004:. 5 - 15% anionic surfactants, <5% nonionic surfactants, <5% phosphonates < 5% soap, fragrances

Applications from surface disinfectant concentrate

  • Disinfection and cleaning of non-invasive medical devices and all types of surfaces
  • for use in all high-risk areas, where in addition to broader efficacy high demands are placed on the environmental behavior and the user-friendliness
  • Bathtub disinfection
  • RKI list according to § 18 IfSG scope AB

Spectrum from surface disinfectant concentrate

  • bactericidal EN13727, according to the VAH - low load
  • tuberculocidal EN14348 - low load
  • levurocidal EN13624, VAH under - low load
  • fungicidal EN13697 - high load
  • limited virucidal (incl. HIV, HBV and HCV) according to DVV / RKI Guideline
  • virucidal EN14476 - low load
  • virucidal according to DVV / RKI Guideline
  • Adenovirus EN14476, according to DVV / RKI Guideline
  • Norovirus
  • according to DVV / RKI Guideline
  • Poliovirus according to DVV / RKI Guideline
  • Polyoma SV40 according DVV / RKI Guideline
  • Rotavirus according DVV
  • Clostridium difficile EN1369