|Type:||Medical Surface Disinfectant||Season:||All-Season|
|Feature:||Sustainable, Stocked||Certificate:||ISO, MSDS|
|Instrument Classification:||Class I||Function:||Surface Cleaning Disinfectant Liquid|
Medical Surface Disinfectant Decontaminant Cleaner 1 Gal Capacity
Uses And Warnings
Although many of the quaternary disinfectants available today are considered a one-step treatment, we recommend removing any visible soil or debris from surfaces before applying quats for best results. Janitorial technicians should refer to product manufacturers' instructions for correct dilution rates, application methods and contact times. Exposure to the chemicals in quats can cause dermatitis and respiratory discomfort, so it's crucial for anyone handling these agents to wear proper protection in the form of gloves, breathing masks, goggles and long-sleeved clothing.
In recent years, bacterial resistance to quats has been of increasing concern, according to a report from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), a division of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). To make sure you continually meet healthcare facility safety standards and best practices, remain alert to updates and changes reported in the efficacy of the cleaning products used in your facility.
|Application / Usage||Multi Surface, Multipurpose|
|Cleaner Volume||32 fl oz (1 quart)|
|Features||Disinfectant, Non-corrosive, Virucidal, Anti-bacterial|
|Product Type||Surface Cleaner|
|Recommended Use||Odor Remover, Virus Remover, Bacteria Remover, Soil Remover, Grime Remover, Blood Remover|