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You have questions about ours disinfECT The product? Here are answers to frequently asked questions around the topics Hygiene and Disinfection

DESINFECT HAND & SKIN (hand disinfection)

In the case of alcohol-based hygiene products, the antiseptic effect largely creeps in with the evaporation. The effect of DESINFECT HAND & SKIN ® alcohol-free hand disinfection remains even after absorption over a longer period of time.

DESINFECT HAND & SKIN hand disinfection ® can be used daily without limitation.

Good hand hygiene is the most important measure to prevent the spread of pathogens. DESINFECT HAND & SKIN ® non-alcoholic hand disinfection eliminates 99,99% of pathogens and should be used as a supplement to your daily hand hygiene.

DESINFECT HAND & SKIN ® complies with the relevant EU standard EN 1500 - for hygienic hand disinfection.

No, it is a special preparation of active substances for the removal of germs.

DESINFECT HAND & SKIN ® non-alcoholic hand disinfection can already use children according to the regulations because it is not flammable.

DESINFECT HAND & SKIN ® non-alcoholic hand disinfection can be used in many public and private areas: eg in offices, hotels, restaurants, in the food industry, in health and elderly care, in schools, day care centers and of course at home.

The antimicrobial ingredient is sodium hypochlorite. Sodium hypochlorite has been used in medicine since 40 years and is approved and approved for a large number of antiseptic applications in terms of safety and efficacy.

No, DESINFECT HAND & SKIN ® hand disinfectant contains no alcohol and therefore does not dry out or irritate the skin.

Apply DESINFECT HAND & SKIN and rub them in your hands until they are dry. Rinsing is not required.

disinfECT HAND & SKIN ®, non-alcoholic hand sanitizer, eliminates 99,99% of the most common pathogens within a few seconds.

DESINFECT WATERCLEAN (drinking & process water disinfection)

No, in a low dosage, as it takes place at the outlet of the waterworks or in the pipe network, chlorine is completely harmless to health. In its capacity as a disinfectant, chlorine prevents potential contamination of drinking water with pathogens.

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On average, the drinking water leaves the waterworks with a chlorine content between 0,1 and 0,2 milligrams per liter. These values ​​are also decisive for the chlorine addition in the network. The legal limit is 0,3 milligrams of free chlorine per liter (Drinking Water Ordinance). This guarantees a perfect bacteriological quality of the drinking water. To illustrate the chlorine content: 1.000 liters of water (content of around ten baths) contain a single drop of chlorine.

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After treatment, the drinking water is bacteriologically flawless. To maintain this quality up to your faucet, chlorine is added. This is done in small quantities at the outlet of the waterworks or at selected points of the pipeline network.

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Chlorine is a long-proven, proven disinfectant approved in accordance with the Drinking Water Ordinance. It helps to clean the drinking water and the To keep people healthy.

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Disinfection means in the figurative sense "Germ-free". Drinking water must be for protection of the consumer free of pathogens (Micrawl, viruses, bacteria). As this required State is not always given by nature, Chlorine is used in small amounts as a disinfectantmedium used. This will be a flawless Drinking water quality assured.

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