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Surface disinfectants


DIOSOL 3: SURFACE DISINFECTION


Main use of Diosol 3 is the final disinfection in healthcare facilities



Ready-to-use disinfectant for aerosol disinfection in case of normal germ load
Broad-spectrum: Bacteria, moulds, virus
Suitable for: Aerosol disinfection, manual surface disinfection, spray disinfection, see application areas
Residence time: 90 Min. (nebulization), 4 Min. (scrubbing-and-wiping disinfection)
Active substances: Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), Silver salts
Shelf life: 2 years from date of production
Packaging units: 1kg, 5kg, 10kg or on demand

» to the safety data sheet
» to the dermatological test with result "very good"





Diosol-3 in 5-kg-container



  1. Gentle on surfaces, incl. sensitive electronics
  2. based on German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology (DGHM) procedures and in Accordance with EC Guidelines (CEN/ TC 216)
  3. effective application in hospitals, medical practices, ambulances, retirement homes etc.
  4. many years of use even in water treatment and disinfection of pipelines

Standard delivery modes:
Art. No. 275225   1000ml bottle
Art. No. 275218   5l container



Diosol-3 in 1-kg bottle


Broad spectrum ready-to-use disinfectant with hydrogen peroxide (3%) and silver cations solution.

  1. for the manual wiping disinfection on surfaces
  2. for spraying disinfection
  3. for the complete bio-decontamination of rooms and surfaces with the various DiosolGenerator models





Clinically proven disinfection method


All Diosol disinfectants are optimally matched to the microbiological decontamination in the following systems:

       


       




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