The liquid disinfectant is made on the basis of alcohol and therefore effective against the spread of the Covid-19 virus, intended for hand disinfection.
Amount of active ingredients per 100 grams: 80.00 g Ethanol and 0.10 g Benzalkonium chloride .
Alcoholic liquid for hygienic (EN 1500) and surgical (EN12791).
Hand disinfection in hygiene-related areas of healthcare and food production.
Hagleinter sept LIQUID PLUS virucidal hand disinfection.
Ready-to-use, alcoholic solution for hygienic and surgical hand disinfection with virucidal effect. Extensive spectrum of action with simultaneous skin care.
Effective against bacteria (including MRSA).
Virus effectiveness against norovirus according to DIN EN 14476, HBV / HIV, polio, adeno, rotaviruses.
Note | Use biocides with caution. Always read the label and product information before use.
Disinfection is a snap with the liquid disinfectant sepLIQUID PLUS.
A small amount is sufficient for hygienic hand disinfection. The alcoholic solution with virucidal effect is free from parabens and silicones and is therefore particularly skin-friendly and allergy-friendly. Dermatologically tested.
One refill is sufficient for 700 deliveries.
In addition, the patented 700 ml vacuum bag guarantees that the contents are completely used up and that no residual quantities are lost.
The bags are easy to change by means of a clickable adapter.
septLIQUID is fragrance-free, which significantly reduces the risk of allergic reactions with frequent use. Conventional disinfectants can lead to stressed, dry and cracked skin when used regularly. But the healthier the skin, the less damaged the skin surface, the less germs will stick to it. Just right for staff in hospitals or nursing homes.
For the Keuco Disinfection columns and Disinfection wall models:
Keuco works together with the renowned hygiene specialist Hagleitner from Austria.
If hygiene requirements are high, you want you, your employees and your visitors to have the space to apply them and to be able to comply with the rules.
A special disinfection column provides your employees and visitors with this possibility with the liquid disinfectant based on Hagleitner alcohol.
Focus on hygiene and design: wherever people come together, hygiene is important to stay healthy.
Information below - Source: website Hagleiten questions and answers.
MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and is a pathogen that is resistant to certain antibiotics. Industrial livestock farming and the uncontrolled administration of antibiotics make certain strains of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. MRSA is one of the best known germs because it is a so-called hospital germ and is feared. At least 25,000 people die from it every year in the EU. MRSA is resistant to antibiotics, but not to disinfectants. That is why proper disinfection protects a hospital from spreading.
Noroviruses are non-enveloped viruses and cause severe vomiting and diarrhea. Since even small virus particles are sufficient for transmission, norovirus outbreaks often take place in shared accommodations such as schools, boarding schools, nursing homes or barracks. Spread can only be prevented by taking immediate disinfection measures with special disinfectants. There is no vaccination against noroviruses.
Rotaviruses are non-enveloped viruses and cause severe diarrhea, especially in young children. Therefore, especially in kindergarten, it is important to make sure that the children wash their hands with soap after using the toilet and before eating. There is a vaccination against rotaviruses.
Enveloped viruses are less resistant to disinfectants than non-enveloped viruses.
The most famous enveloped viruses include the causative agents of influenza, hepatitis B and HIV.
Bald viruses are often resistant to disinfectants. The most well-known non-enveloped viruses are noroviruses, HPV and rotaviruses.
Disinfectants effective against enveloped viruses have limited virucidal properties.
Products that are effective against non-enveloped and enveloped viruses are virus-killing.
For more questions - answers, please refer to the Hagleitner site.