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Bioxy Enviro (Canada)

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Bioxy Enviro

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Manufacturer: UKAL Canada

DIN 02414325

DISINFECTANT FOR HARD SURFACES

AGRICULTURE

BACTERICIDE • VIRUCIDE • FUNGICIDE

GUARANTEE:

-n-Alkyl (60% C14, 30%, C16, 5% C12, 5% C18) Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride

2.0%

-n-Alkyl (68% C12, 32%, C14) Dimethyl Ethylbenzyl Ammonium Chloride

2.0%

READ THE LABEL BEFORE USING - DO NOT DRINK BIOXY

HEALTH AND SAFETY:

FIRE HAZARD: Non-flammable

PRECAUTIONS: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. POWDER IRRITATING TO EYES, SKIN AND MUCOUS MEMBRANES. MAY BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED OR INHALED.

Do not get powder in eyes. Avoid contact of powder with skin. Handle in such a way as to minimize dust release. Do not mix with other chemicals. When mixing the solution, wear goggles, chemical-resistant gloves, and a mask. It is recommended that workers wear overalls, goggles and a mask when applying BIOXY ENVIRO solution with a hand-held fogger or a pressure washer.

Note: Read M.S.D.S. before using or handling this product. Contains 4% active powdered Quaternary Ammonium chloride

Other Ingredients:

Tetraacetylethylenediamine, citric acid, sodium percarbonate and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid

FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY

Description

BIOXY ENVIRO is a powdered product that generates quaternary ammonium chloride and peracetic acid in water. BIOXY ENVIRO disinfects equipments and surfaces in animal farms, it is also used as a cleaning and disinfecting agent to clean and disinfect the cages of various animals. BIOXY ENVIRO is an ideal surface disinfectant in veterinary. BIOXY ENVIRO is a foaming wide-spectrum disinfectant, used on a regular basis, it kills virus, bacteria, yeast and mold.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE / CAUTION: In agricultural buildings: animals must be removed from the premise during disinfection. In food processing plants: for food contact surfaces, rinse thoroughly with potable water after disinfection.

For cleaning and disinfection of surfaces and equipment:

In agricultural buildings - Remove all animals from premises. Remove all litter and manure from floors, walls, and other surfaces of barns and equipment. Brush and blow dust from fans, motors, louvers and electrical equipment. For terminal cleaning and disinfection, saturate all surfaces with a minimum 1.2% to 2% w/v solution of BIOXY ENVIRO (12 g to 20 g per 1L, this will yield 480 to 800 ppm active quaternary ammonium chloride), using a pressure washer or a fogger. BIOXY ENVIRO should remain in contact with the surface to be disinfected for at least 10 minutes. Scrub heavily soiled utensils and soak in a 1.2% to 2% w/v solution of BIOXY ENVIRO for 10 minutes (do not exceed 45 minutes for metal objects).

In veterinary hospitals - Remove heavy soil deposits then thoroughly wet surfaces to be disinfected with a 1.2% to 2% w/v solution of BIOXY ENVIRO (12 g to 20 g per 1L, this will yield 480 to 800 ppm active quaternary ammonium chloride), using a mop, sponge or cloth, as well as by spraying. A minimum contact time of 10 minutes is required. For laboratory equipment and bowls, scrub heavily soiled utensils and soak in a 1.2% to 2% w/v solution of BIOXY ENVIRO for a minimum of 10 minutes (do not exceed 45 minutes for metal objects).

In food processing plants - Use BIOXY ENVIRO on previously cleaned equipment. Use BIOXY ENVIRO at a concentration of 1.2% to 2% w/v solution of BIOXY ENVIRO (12 g to 20 g per 1L, this will yield 480 to 800 ppm active quaternary ammonium chloride). Keep this solution in contact with food surfaces for at least 10 minutes; then rinse abundantly with potable water.

-For aerial disinfection: To replace dangerous and ineffective formalin fumigation in empty farm buildings and veterinary hospitals. Shutdown the ventilation system during the disinfection. Use a mechanical fogging machine as part of terminal disinfection routine with a 1.2% w/v solution of BIOXY ENVIRO. Apply at a rate of one liter of solution per 100 m3 with particle size not exceeding 70 microns in order to get a minimal contact time of 10 minutes with microorganisms in the air. Leave the room during the fogging. Users and animals may re-enter the treated area once the fog has dispersed. No rinsing is required after fogging.

Disposal

1) Rinse the emptied container thoroughly and add the rinsings to treatment site.

2) Follow provincial instructions for any required additional cleaning of the container prior to its disposal.

3) Make the empty container unsuitable for further use.

4) Dispose of the container in accordance with provincial requirements.

5) For information on the disposal of unused, unwanted product and the cleanup of spills, contact the Provincial Regulatory Agency or the Manufacturer.

PRECAUTIONS: AVOID CONTAMINATION OF FOOD.

FIRST AID:

A) Eyes: Irrigate with plenty of water. If irritation persists, Call a physician IMMEDIATELY.

B) Skin: When in powder, remove contaminated clothing. Wash with soap and water. Not hazardous when in solution.

C) Ingestion: When in powder, wash mouth with plenty of water. Drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting. Seek medical advice. If in solution, rinse mouth out with water.

D) Inhalation: When in powder, if symptoms of coughing, choking, wheezing are troublesome, remove to fresh air and seek medical advice.

STORAGE: Store between 15 and 25 °C in a dry place in tightly sealed containers.

# PATENT: 2569025

Ukal Canada inc.

800-665-8389

info@ukal.ca

www.ukalcanada.com

Made in Canada

Presentation: 4 kg and 20 kg.

NAC No.: 1760001.1

UKAL CANADA INC.
7525 AVENUE PION, ST-HYACINTHE, QC, J2R 1R8
Telephone:   450-796-1414
Toll-Free:   800-665-8389
Fax:   450-796-1415
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Website:   www.ukalcanada.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Bioxy Enviro information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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