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Kill-A-Germ


Unit Price Excl 14% VAT VAT Price Incl 14% VAT
25l R 190.00 R 26.60 R 216.60
5l R  50.00 R  7.00 R  57.00
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KILL-A-GERM

ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride 5%

PROPERTIES
This is an effective cleaning disinfectant for general cleaning and sanitation. It can be used in hospital wards and operating theatres as a cleaner / sterilizer as well as in kitchens, dining rooms and changing rooms. In normal use dilutions KILL-A-GERM is completely safe in contact with the skin. KILL-A-GERM complies with all requirements of specification SABS 639 for quaternary ammonium compound disinfectant / detergent. Its effectiveness can be seen with its outstanding performance against specified test organisms

When tested according to paragraph 6.3 of SABS 639, KILL-A-GERM will kill 99.9% of the following bacteria in five minutes:

ORGANISM DILUTION
Staph. Aureus 1:1000
E. Coli 1:200
Pseudomonas Aerudinosa 1:50
 

METHODS OF APPLICATION


HOSPITALS, CLINICS, LABORATORIES, etc
KILL-A-GERM is used to clean and disinfect hard surfaces such as walls, floors and tables. A solution of one part KILL-A-GERM in 100 parts water should be applied by the conventional 'mop and brush' method.

SURGICAL INSTRUMENT CLEANING AND STORAGE
One part KILL-A-GERM to 400 parts water with 0.5% Sodium Nitrate added as a rust preservative

PRE-SOAK FOR NAPPIES
One part KILL-A-GERM to 1000 parts water

FABRIC SOFTENING
One part KILL-A-GERM to 1000 parts water

PRECAUTION
Whilst KILL-A-GERM in normal use is completely safe on contact with human skin, contact with the concentrated form should be avoided. KILL-A-GERM should not be used with soap, or anionic detergents, which are incompatible with it. Avoid contamination of foodstuffs with concentrated KILL-A-GERM. Painted surfaces, linoleum, asphalt, rubber and plastics should be rinsed within 15 minutes of cleaning.

CAUTIONS

  • Keep out of reach of children

  • Wash hands with soap and water before handling food

  • The recommendations herein are based on laboratory tests and in field use experiments. To the best of our knowledge these are accurate and since conditions of actual use are beyond our control, all recommendations are made without warranty whatsoever

  • The appropriate safety apparel should be worn at all times

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