MinutenSpray

MinutenSpray in an alcohol-based disinfectant spray for surfaces, object and equipment in the medical & dental clinics, Clinically proven to be effective against bacteria (including TB), fungi and viruses (including HBV and HIV). Time of action is from 30 sec. to 1 min.

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Description

MinutenSpray in an alcohol-based disinfectant spray for surfaces, object and equipment in the medical & dental clinics, Clinically proven to be effective against bacteria (including TB), fungi and viruses (including HBV and HIV). Time of action is from 30 sec. to 1 min.

Additional information

Has Alcohol

Yes

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    Characteristics

    • Free of Aldehydes & Phenols
    • Pleasant fresh smell
    • Biodegradable according to classi?cation by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

    Application

    Spray surfaces and objects from a distance of about 30 cm. Let stand for 30-60 sec. Then wipe dry with cleaning wipes (MinutenWipes is recommended)

    Composition

    100 g solution (MinutenSpray Liquid) contain:
    • 70% v/v (Ethanol and Isopropanol)
    • 0.10 g Chlorhexidine Digluconate
    • 0.08 g Trialkylethoxyammoniumpropionate
    • 0.05 g Alkylamine Derivatives

    Caution

    • Do not mix with other cleaners or disinfectants.
    • Avoid Contact with eyes and skin. Incase of contact, rinse with plenty of water
    • Infammable: Flash Point – 23°C
    • The use of protective gloves is recommended

    Sizes

    500mL. Spray Bottle
    1 L. Bottle
    5 L. Container

    Scientific and Microbial Tests

    • Dr. H. Brill, Hamburg, Germany: MRSA, 07-2009 EN 14561 + EN 14562,
    06-2009 Langzeit/Remanenz inkl. EN 13697, 01-2008
    • Prof . Dr. P. Heeg, Tübingen, Germany: DGHM, 03-1999
    • Dr. J.Höf?er, Hamburg, Germany:EN1040, 05-2009 EN1275+EN1276 04-2009
    • Prof. DDr. E. Marth, Graz, DGHM, 07-2002
    • Prof. Dr. R. Schubert, Frankfurt/M.,VAH inkl. EN 13624 + EN 13727, 05-2006
    • Prof. Dr. H.-P. Werner, Schwerin, Germany: VAH, 2009-09; Viruzidie (DVV,
    Carrier test 2012), 11-2013
    • Dr. J. Steinmann, Bremen, Germany: Adeno, 05-2006, Vaccinia, 05-2006, BVDV,
    11-2003, Virusinaktivierend: behüllte Viren inkl. HBV, HCV, HIV, In?uenza (inkl.
    H1N1 + H5N1), Herpes simplex, 08-2009, Corona Virus inkl. MERS-CoV, 05-2014