Virkon S is a DEFRA approved disinfectant, and is active against viruses such as those that cause Foot and Mouth disease and Bird Flu - so if you are concerned about epidemics and pandemics, Foot and mouth Disease, Bird Flu etc, this is the product to use. Virkon is the disinfectant generally recommended globally by Governments concerned with controlling major health epidemics in both the human health and agricultural sectors.
Virkon S powder is supplied with measuring scoops for dispensing the correct amounts.
Virkon S contains a surfactant - and hence combines cleaning and disinfection in one operation. This helps avoid the problems of pre-cleaning which spreads infection on cleaning materials and utensils. It also saves on labour and water, costs which can be significant for any commercial premises.
Approved by DEFRA against diseases of poultry order at a dilution of 1:280.
Manufacturer's recommendation is to use it at 1:100.
A solution of Virkon can be used in footbaths for not only human feet, but also animals, to ensure that diseases are not being carried and spread while walking. We do also supply disinfectant foot baths - just browse through our 'accessories for disinfectant' category
Virkon S is probably the most versatile disinfectant in the world, as it can be applied on to the animal, its cage, or surroundings, and can also be used as a spray mist/fogging disinfectant, and will kill viruses fungi and bacteria quicker and at lower doses than most other products.
Virkon S is powerful yet safe to use with animals and around the home.
Virkon S is simple to mix and instantly ready to use.
Virkon S is available in 1kg,5kg and 10kg tubs, and 50gm sachets, and also in a tablet form
We can ship overseas - contact us for pricing.
NB.The 'DOWNLOADS' tab contains MSDS sheets, as well as useful information about varied uses for Virkon
Independently tested against:
Fungi: Aspergillus, Microsporum, Trichophyton, Candida
Bacteria: Salmonella, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Pasteurella, Mycoplasma, Listeria, Enterobacter, Chlamydia, Campylobacter, Bacillus, Brucella
Viruses: Adenovirus, Birnavirus, Calicivirus, Coronavirus, Herpesvirus, Papovavirus, Picornavirus, Poxvirus, Parvovirus, Retrovirus, Rhabdovirus and many many more