BioSURF (Canada)This page contains information on BioSURF for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- BioSURF Indications
- Warnings and cautions for BioSURF
- Direction and dosage information for BioSURF
BioSURFThis treatment applies to the following species:
Surfactants 100% BIODEGRADABLE
Ethanol 70.5% w/w
Chlorhexidine Gluconate 0.20% w/w
Read Label before Using
ISO 13485 : 2003
Tuberculocidal < 50 seconds
Parvovirucidal < 50 seconds
Pseudomonacidal < 20 seconds
Fungicidal < 20 seconds
Clinical Hard Surface Disinfectant - One Step
Instructions For Use
BioSURF™ is a highly effective disinfectant indicated for all alcohol resistant surfaces situated in hospitals, clinics, private practices and other professional facilities. Use regularly after each patient contact and every instance of contamination.
Cleaning and disinfection is a One-step procedure: Spray on, wait 50 seconds and wipe off with a disposable towel. Do not dilute.
Does not contain harmful Aldehydes, Phthalates or Nonyl Phenol Ethoxylates. (Hormone Disrupting Detergents)
Cut refill pouch along dotted line and use clean funnel to refill BioSURF™ spray bottle
Environmental Hazards: None
Precaution: R11: Highly flammable. S2: Keep out of the reach of children. S9: Keep container in well-ventilated place. S16: Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking.
First Aid: If ingested, do not induce vomiting. Drink large quantities of milk or water.
If splashed in eyes, rinse thoroughly with water.
Disposal: Domestic, recyclable
Micrylium PROFESSIONAL DISINFECTION
Kinder - Safer - Faster™
Micrylium is a proud supporter of WWF Canada
Manufacturer: Micrylium Laboratories, 5000-M Dufferin Street - Toronto, Canada M3H 5T5
+1 416 667 7040
500 mL EcoPAK - Less Waste - Less Space
DOC # ART-SUR-500-01
DOC # ART-SUR-5L-01
NAC No.: 14240020
5000-M DUFFERIN STREET, TORONTO, ON, M3H 5T5
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