P02: Disinfection protection flat rate
P02: Disinfection protection flat rate for combating viruses and bacteria on surfaces as well as devices and equipment This flat rate is used to combat viruses and bacteria on surfaces as well as devices and equipment. The product inhibits the growth and multiplication of bacteria in the entire room as well as on equipment. The disinfectant also protects the surface and increases its lifespan. This long-lasting disinfection effect is a welcome side effect in many areas of application. The package P02: Disinfection protection Flaterete is suitable for rooms in which many objects have to be disinfected. Here too is monthly for
Disinfection. Call us on 015228768068 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Clean and remove dirt and grease in the first place. Our cleaning agents have an excellent cleaning effect and dissolve fats and protein dirt. The loosened dirt is then removed together with the tensides by rinsing. With the use of the cleaning agent, there is no disinfection, but only a general reduction of the existing germs / microorganisms (decontamination). This is precisely why our employees clean the floor once with a damp cloth and then again dry to remove the remaining dirt and grease on the floor.
Disinfectant is primarily used to combat germs on surfaces. The effect of most disinfectants can be medium due to organic components
to be severely restricted (protein defects / protein defects / soap defects). Protein defects / protein defects / soap defects arise from disinfectants that have a tendency to bind to protein molecules or soaps.
As a result, the disinfectant effect is greatly reduced and finally canceled. The most important "protein source" in the hospital and in practice is blood.
Instruments that are visibly soiled with blood must therefore be cleaned before disinfection. The addition of soap-containing cleaning agents is strictly prohibited for the same reason. Therefore thorough pre-cleaning is very important. Since disinfectants are not wiped on the cleaned surfaces,
but are left to dry, depending on the type of active ingredient, they also have a certain preservative effect (extends the durability of the surface) or bacteriostatic effect (inhibits the growth or reproduction of bacteria) in addition to the disinfectant. This long-lasting disinfection effect is a welcome side effect in many areas of application.
Disinfectant cleaning agents are successful combinations of disinfection and cleaning components. Both disinfection and cleaning can thus be carried out in a single operation. They are therefore particularly well suited for surfaces and pipelines. In the case of heavy soiling, however, a two-stage cleaning and disinfection is preferable. Most disinfectants only have a limited “penetration force” as soon as they hit dried-on layers of dirt. These layers of dirt can cover microorganisms on the one hand, and react with disinfectants on the other, so that a large part of the disinfectant effect is lost before the disinfectant can reach the germs. This is particularly difficult with blood or dried-up body secretions. Skin fat deposits on surfaces and on the floor also provide germs with reliable protection against the mechanisms of action of disinfection. Disinfectant cleaners have the advantage here that the surfactant or cleaning component contained dissolves such layers of dirt and can thus give the disinfectant unhindered access to the microorganisms. In addition, most of the surfactants contained in disinfectant cleaners have the positive property that they themselves have a certain disinfectant effect. For example, by covering the cell walls of microorganisms
break up and make it permeable. In disinfectant cleaners, the cleaning components therefore significantly support and strengthen the disinfectant content. Call us on 015228768068 or send us an email to email@example.com. We will send you the ideal offer.