COBA Care Disinfectant Solution Disinfectant Solution

CaterQAC, a quaternary ammonium based disinfectant, is highly recommended for use against Covid-19

  • Ideal disinfectant solution for use with disinfectant mats, to sanitise footwear.
  • Application for disinfectant mats:
  • Add recommended amount to the mat basin. Step onto the mat, covering base of footwear in dilution. Gently scrape and sanitise by wiping soles on the mat surface. Renew the solution when visibly dirty.
  • Use with COBA Disinfectant Mat or Fingertip Disinfectant Mat
  • For use on all surfaces, in all environments.
  • Food approved – SANS 1828.
  • PH in dilution: 10.5 +- 0.5.
  • Active ingredient: Di-n-decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride.
  • Avoid contact with skin and eyes (see product label for further precautions).
  • Strength designation: 4.6%.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has become a global pandemic in 2020 and governments, businesses and members of the public are having to take unprecedented steps to protect themselves and others. Whilst many countries are now in ‘lockdown’, with socialising strictly prohibited, many industries continue to function, not least the vital sectors such as manufacturing, food production, and farming. One of the best ways to improve hygiene is to reduce germs, bacteria, and viruses walked from room to room or building to building. According to research published by the CDC, carried out in Wuhan, China, viruses in healthcare settings (including Covid-19) float to the floor and are carried on the shoes of healthcare workers, posing a high contamination risk. Disinfectant mats between areas greatly reduces the risk of contaminants spreading.

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Parts

Part Number Size Description Colour Weight
CATERQAC-20LT 20 L Solution
CATERQAC-5LT 5 L Solution

Technical Specification

Max. Operating Temperature Store below 30°C.
Typical Applications Ideal disinfectant solution for use with disinfectant mats
Other Product Performance Information PH in dilution: 10.5 +- 0.5.
Antibacterial effectiveness (GB/T 31402-2015) Strength designation: 4.6%.