Virocid Disinfectant 20L


  • Virocid is a wide spectrum viricidal, bactericidal, and fungicidal, Defra approved disinfectant for use in livestock housing, animal transport and feed storage.


     

  • Product Ref: 200112

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Specification

 


A blended disinfectant Virocid is a synergetic mixture of two different quaternary ammonia (a single chain: alkyldimethylbenzylammoniumchloride and a twin chain: didecyldimethylammoniumchloride, thus broadening the spectrum of the quaternary ammonium group), Glutaraldehyde, Isopropanol and Pine oil. Due to its sophisticated and continuously improved formulation, Virocid can be used at extremely low dilutions.

  • Highly efficient to kill bacteria, spores, viruses and fungi
  • Residual action
  • No resistance
  • Very low dilution rate
  • Extremely economical cost- in-use
  • Versatile usage: spraying, foaming, fogging, booth dips, wheel dips
  • Active at all temperatures
  • Effective in hard water (even sea water)
  • Effective in presence of organic matter
  • Safe for equipment (neutral pH) and environment friendly

Areas of use

  • Livestock housing and transport
  • Storage and processing rooms for feed and food
  • Food transport
  • Boots and wheels via dipping baths

Directions for use

Ensure the surfaces are thoroughly cleaned using a detergent.  Once the surfaces are dry apply Virocid at 0.25 - 0.5% (1:400 - 1:200) by spraying or foaming (allow 1L of solution per 4 M2).

For fogging use 1 - 2 litres in 4 litres water for 1000 M3. Foot and wheel dips: 0,5-1%, renew solution regularly. Truck spray: 0,25-1%. Hatching: egg disinfection: 20% (25 ml solution per M3).


DEFRA Approved Dilutions Rates

Foot and Mouth Disease Orders1:100
Swine Vesicular Disease Orders1:100
Diseases of Poultry Order and the Avian Influenza and Influenza of Avian Origin in Mammals Orders1:60
Tuberculosis OrdersNot approved
General Orders1:33