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Fast-acting Surface Disinfectants and Disinfecting Wipes

As a Swiss manufacturer of disinfectants, we produce a wide range of high-quality surface disinfectants and disinfecting wipes. All of our disinfectants and cleaning products are made in accordance with the latest laws, international standards, guidelines and regulations. We are certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 13485. For the disinfection and cleaning of surfaces, ready-to-use solutions and concentrates, to be diluted with water, are used. For a comprehensive surface disinfection, it is essential that the prescribed concentration and exposure times are respected at all times. For the disinfection of small surfaces, we recommend disinfecting wipes which are available in convenient dispenser boxes and refill pouches. Alternatively, we manufacture a wet wipe system for dry non-woven fabric rolls, which can be saturated with a surface disinfectant of your choice. A wipe disinfection is always preferable to a spray disinfection as it is not only more thorough but also as no aerosols are generated that could cause irritation to the respiratory tract. For the disinfection and cleaning of floors and other large surfaces, economical disinfectant concentrates are available. Please contact us anytime if you require further information about our surface disinfectants.

Surface Disinfectants
PROSEPT® WipesReady-to-use wipes for the quick, broad, and residue-free disinfection of non-invasive medical devices.
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A skin reaction that is caused by exposure to one of the components of natural rubber latex. Latex allergy has three components which may, but usually do not, occur in any single sensitized person: irritant dermatitis, delayed (type IV) hypersensitivity, and immediate (type I) hypersensitivity. In the general population, latex allergy occurs in as many as 5% of people and up to 20% in health care workers and those with repeated, heavy exposure to latex. The immediate (type I) hypersensitivity can be life-threatening if severe and untreated.
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