We are manufacturer, supplier, exporter of disinfectants for surgical instruments, also we are process designer and consultants in disinfection and Cleaning chemicals.

a. Organic
b. Non Phenol Based Synthetic

  • Quaternary Ammonium Compounds ( Quats ) : A top choice for disinfection in hospital and institutional settings because of their low cost and quick action against a wide range of microorganisms. Quats can be formulated with a variety of detergents to provide both cleaning and disinfecting ability. Quat-based disinfectant with both cleaning power and broad spectrum kill claims for many common and dangerous bacteria and viruses.

  • Chlorine Compounds : It kills an array of organisms including resistant viruses, and are highly recommended for cleaning bodily fluids. Chlorine-based disinfectants are inexpensive and have relatively quick kill times, however they can be corrosive and cause discoloration as well as irritation if not used as directed. Its ideal use lies in healthcare settings and food preparation processing.

  • Alcohols : It is when diluted in water, alcohols are effective against a wide range of bacteria, though higher concentrations are often needed to disinfect wet surfaces. The downsides are they evaporate quickly ( and thus may not remain on the surface long enough to kill ), they’re flammable, they may not be effective when organic matter ( blood, for example ) is present.

  • Aldehydes : It is Very effective against the bacteria that cause Tuberculosis, yet they need a high part per million ( ppm ) ratio to be effective for disinfection. Some bacteria have developed a resistance to aldehydes, and have been found to cause asthma and other health problems. They can also leave greasy residue and must be in an alkaline solution.

  • Phenolic Compounds : It is effective against pathogenic bacteria including Mycobacterium tuberculosis as well as fungi and viruses, but also very toxic and corrosive, attacking surfaces while they attack the organisms on them. Some areas enforce disposal restrictions on Phenols.

  • Peroxide : It is often mixed with per acetic acid to achieve specific disinfecting claims. These strong oxidizers can be highly reactive if mixed with other chemicals or come in contact with various surfaces. Their efficacy range is somewhat limited and at high concentrations they are dangerous. All in all, there are much better choices than hydrogen peroxide for facility disinfecting.