disinfectant


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Synonyms for disinfectant

Synonyms for disinfectant

an agent (as heat or radiation or a chemical) that destroys microorganisms that might carry disease

preventing infection by inhibiting the growth or action of microorganisms

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Electronic auction: supply of disinfectants for the needs of stsmu
Lonza offers multiple EPA-registered product families in various delivery forms from liquid disinfectant concentrates, ready-to-use disinfectants and disinfecting wipes that have been tested against Influenza A strains, such as the Lonzagard HWS Series, Lonzagard R-82 Series, Lonzagard Disinfectant Wipes and Lonzagard Disinfectant Wipes Plus 2 Series.
subsidiary has been given 510(k) clearance (K133724) from the FDA for Minncare HD high level disinfectant for use in hemodialysis applications.
According to the company, DC&R Disinfectant is a unique vapor phase disinfectant with a neutral pH, and is non-corrosive.
Preliminary results achieved in performance tests conducted with the active botanical compounds in this proprietary natural disinfectant indicate a very positive fit with our biodegradable and bamboo fiber technology materials," says Philip Rundle, CEO of Green Inno-vations.
Hence the purpose of this study was, to evaluate the bactericidal and fungicidal efficacies of four commercially available disinfectant solutions, which are commonly used in wound cleansing, in clinics and house hold purpose, on different MDR isolates and fungi isolated from hospitalized patients.
There are a number of methods for qualifying a disinfectant published by the Association of Official Analytical Chemists (AOAC), yet these are for qualifying the disinfectant itself.
Goren: The disinfectant is called SpectraSan 24[TM], a, patented, new platform disinfectant technology that is not only non toxic, and safe to use around children, but kills many germs 20 times faster than traditional products (Many in as fast as 30-seconds as compared to 10-minutes for conventional products).
Control III Disinfectant Germicide - Concentrated formula.
I was faced with this challenge when the surface disinfectant that our clinic used for years was discontinued by the manufacturer.
Researchers in North Carolina have used a mapping program called a geographic information system (GIS) to investigate the link between lead-contaminated water and an increasingly common water disinfectant.
Thoroughly wet contaminated areas with a bleach solution or household disinfectant.
US demand for disinfectant and antimicrobial chemicals is projected to increase 5.
Disinfectant exposure can happen in other industries, as well, including recreation-related jobs such as lifeguarding (where workers may be responsible for chlorinating the pool) and cleaning, manufacturing, and service jobs.
is an EPA-registered, nontoxic disinfectant cleaner for use in healthcare settings.