Quick-acting alcoholic disinfectant for medical devices
Bacticid is used for quick disinfection of surfaces of medical equipment. The substance comes as a ready solution which is more convenient to use. The substance does not include glutaraldehydes and spraying of the solution covers the surfaces evenly. It is suitable for all alcohol resistant surfaces. Disinfection of medical devices must take place on a regular basis according to a disinfection plan.
It also has an effect on the strain of the bacteria with a strong fat capsule as alcohol makes fat capsules easier to penetrate for the disinfectant.
It has a broad fungicidal and bactericidal effect destroying Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria (including Mycobacterium terrae), viruses (including HBV, HIV, HCV, Vaccinia, Herpes simplex, Adeno, Rota) and fungi.
- 500 ml spray
- 1000 ml spray
- 1000 ml
- 5000 ml
Bacticid is an effective product for quick disinfection of surfaces like operating tables, stretchers, patient chairs, hospital and maternity beds, wheelchairs, as well as for quick disinfection under high sanitary requirements, where disinfecting is the major preventive measure for avoiding infection.
Bacticid is used as a ready solution for disinfection of alcohol-resistant surfaces of medical devices. Bacticid is not to be diluted. If the surface tolerance is unknown, try it out on an inconspicuous spot. This product is not suitable for acrylic glass or alcohol soluble varnish. The preparation is sprayed on the surfaces of medical devices and spread. The surfaces must be completely covered with the substance. Disinfection of surfaces must take place regularly. Contact time 30 seconds.
MICROBIOLOGY: 30 sec
HBV / HCV / HIV viruses
Herpes simplex virus
Registered in State Agency of Medicines, Faculty of Medical Devices.
Owns CE mark according to Directive of Medical Device(MDD).
The substance is highly flammable.
Keep away from sources of ignition, no smoking!
In case of eye contact, rinse with plenty of water, seek medical help if necessary.
Do not preserve near open fire and hot surfaces.
Follow the instructions for use and safety precautions of disinfectants containing alcohol and the technical safety regulations.
EN 1040 EN 1275 EN 1276
EN 1650 EN 13624 EN 13697
EN 13727 EN 14348 EN 14476
EN 14561 EN 14562 EN 14563