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Cleanline Ultra Disinfectant 750ML

Cleanline Ultra Disinfectant 750ML

Cleanline

Cleanline Ultra Disinfectant is a high performance disinfectant with broad spectrum activity against bacteria, yeast and viruses.

Code: 499525000


Cleanline

£4.75 Each (ex. VAT)

£5.70 inc. VAT
Size 750ML
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Cleanline Ultra Disinfectant 750ML

Cleanline Ultra Disinfectant is a high performance disinfectant with broad spectrum activity against bacteria, yeast and enveloped & non-enveloped viruses. Aldehyde-free disinfectant for washable hard surfaces when used as directed. 
Suitable for use in hospitals, long term care facilities, institutions, restaurants, hotels, food processing plants and schools.
Disinfectant based on dodecyldimethylammonium chloride (DDAC).
Broad spectrum activity against bacteria, yeast and viruses.
High efficacy:  Bactericidal (including MRSA)  Yeasticidal (including Aspergillus niger) Virucidal (against enveloped & non-enveloped viruses  including Influenza and Bovine Corona Virus (BCoV) (as a  surrogate for other members of the Coronavirus family  including MERS-CoV).
Independently tested to European Standard Test Method EN 1276 (inc. MRSA), EN 14476 and EN 13697, see antimicrobial performance for more detials. Refill trigger spray bottles from 5 litre bottle to reduce plastic waste and achieve better economy in use. Can be used to through electrostatic spraying machines.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Cleanline
Manufacturer Code CL4058

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