Virus Protection

Powerful Broad disinfectant against Bacteria,  Virus and Fungus, of fast action, antiseptic. Iteliminates the following micro-organisms: HIV, Monkey Aeruginosa ATCC15442, Estafilococos Aereus ATCC 6438, Salmonella Aeruginosa ATCC10708, E. Coli ATCC 0157: H7, Listeria Monocytogenes ATCC 11543,Enterococo Faecium ATCC 6569, Rhino Virus (common flu),Rota virus (infectious diarrhoea), and N1H1 virus.Cleaner of fast action(In a single step), disinfectant, eliminates bacteria, suitable for all type of surfaces, does not need rinsing, odourless and easy to use,colourless, without flavour, non-toxic, non-corrosive, stable solution,noninflammable, residual microroad activity of 24 hours, broadband action, does not induce bacterial resistance, of easy dilution with other products, biodegradable, available world-wide. Used for hospital, clinic desinfection and the food industry, 
Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Dr Kofi Bonney, has cautioned the public to be wary of the types of hand sanitizers they buy from the market as part of precautionary measures to prevent an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus.
According to him, hand sanitizers come in two forms; one meant to kill only bacteria and another meant to kill all forms of germs including bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa. Following the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, there has been a marked upsurge in the use of hand sanitizers for disinfecting the hands for fear of people coming into contact with the virus.However, at a sensitization forum on Ebola organised by the Graphic Communications Group Limited, Dr Bonney noted that there was a need for the public to carefully read the labels of the sanitizers before buying them.