Anistel Phoenix Surface Disinfectant Non-Fragrant - 5 Litre
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- Anistel Phoenix Surface Disinfectant Non-Fragrant - 5 Litre
Anistel Phoenix Surface Disinfectant Non Fragrant - 5 Litre
Anistel Phoenix Surface Disinfectant:
For multi-purpose surface cleaning and disinfection
Bactericidal, fungicidal, yeasticidal and virucidal
The most effective dilution on the market
The Anistel range was specifically designed for the companion animal industry and is a complex blend of disinfectants and specialised detergents. These deliver the high grade efficacy you need in your animal environments and the safety and duty of care to your staff and animals is never compromised when using Anistel products as directed.
•Two simple dilutions.
•5 minute contact time.
•No rinsing required - simply allow to dry.
Anistel Phoenix Surface Disinfectant is perfect for:
•Kennels & Stables
•Floors & walls.
The benefits of using ANISTEL PHOENIX:-
A COST-SAVING SOLUTION
PHOENIX has been developed with efficacy, ease of use, safety and economy in mind. For daily cleaning under normal conditions, floors, walls and un-occupied animal habitats are washed down with PHOENIX at a dilution of 1:200. For high-risk areas and soaking of bedding, PHOENIX is used at a dilution of 1:100. PHOENIX user dilutions are half those of alternative disinfectants, resulting in considerable cost savings.
POWERED BY TRISTEL’S PROPRIETARY CHLORINE DIOXIDE TECHONOLOGY
The PHOENIX formulation is based on a combination of quaternary ammonium compounds and stabilised chlorine dioxide (ClO2), with a specialist blend of surfactants and chelating agents to boost cleaning performance. Each ingredient contributes to the high performance level of PHOENIX. It effectively destroys microorganisms while safeguarding patients, staff health and safety as well as material integrity.
ENHANCED HEALTH & SAFETY
PHOENIX concentrate solution has been tested according to the “Test Guideline of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)”. This Guideline is used to determine the safety of chemicals and chemical preparations. OECD 435 is the in-vitro membrane barrier test for skin corrosion, which has been used to assess the skin corrosiveness of PHOENIX using an artificial skin surrogate. Results confirm that PHOENIX concentrate is not classified as corrosive under the test constraints outlined in OECD 435.
PHOENIX complies with the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation, which is the European interpretation of the Global Harmonisation System for Classification. Its aim is to drive greater consistency in chemical labelling across the world, with the goal of increasing user and environmental safety associated with use of chemicals. CLP became mandatory on 1 June 2015 and replaced the Dangerous Substances Directive (DSD) and the Chemicals Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply (CHIP).
The CLP statements and pictograms indicated on the PHOENIX label and Material Safety Data Sheet correspond to the concetrate solution only. When diluted at recommended concentrations, PHOENIX is not classified as hazardous.