Is SaniBact disinfectant for surface, effective for disinfection against the Sars-Cov2-Virus?
SaniBact is a chlorine-based disinfectant therefore it’s one of the products indicated by the Italian Ministry of Health for the disinfection for frequently used surfaces.
Is SaniBact disinfectant for surface a surgical device?
Yes, Sanibact is a Medical Surgical device (PMC, Presidio Medico Chirurgico) registered by the Italian Ministry of Health with registration number 20145.
How can I verify the registration of the Medical Device certification?
Just find it online on the website of the Italian Ministry of Health entering the product registration number.
Can I use Sanibact on any surface?
SaniBact can be used on any surface.
Can I use SaniBact on Plexiglass, Polycarbonate or Lexan surfaces?
Yes, it can be used to disinfect Plexiglass, Polycarbonate or Lexan surfaces of the anti-contagion barriers of checkout counters in supermarkets, pharmacies, offices, etc. but only correctly diluted 1:25 (20 mL of SaniBact per 480 mL of water).
If I use Sanibact on chairs, sofas and armchairs covered with fabric, do they discolor?
No. However, for the most delicate fabrics, it’s recommended to do a quick test in a hidden corner.
What does it mean that SaniBact is concentrated?
Being a disinfectant for professional use, the SaniBact formula has a particularly high and very convenient concentration. To obtain the ready-to-use disinfectant, in fact, it is necessary to dilute it 1:25. So far, with 500 mL of Sanibact you obtain 12,5 Liters of ready-to-use disinfectant.
How do I get ready-to-use disinfectant?
SaniBact is a disinfectant solution concentrated 1:25. Just dilute 20 ml of SaniBact in 480 mL of water to obtain ready-to-use disinfectant. It’s recommended to put tap water in the container and add 20 ml of Sanibact to avoid the foam effect in the container.
Rinsing is required?
It is necessary to rinse with water after using Sanibact ONLY for surfaces in close contact with foodstuffs (e.g. knives, chopping boards etc.) or close contact with the skin (clothes).
How many liters of ready-to-use disinfectant do I obtain with 500 mL of SaniBact?