Users of disinfectants in human health/laboratory and life science environments require maximum protection from the use of a disinfectant with proven independent microbiological test certification. Many disinfectants require strong dilutions for critical risk areas like Parvovirus or TB, yet are marketed for use at much weaker dilutions for “broad spectrum activity”, putting both the organisation and patients at risk of cross infection.
TriGene Advance users can rely on one dilution (1:100) for broad spectrum activity (supported by independent testing) in high risk conditions against viruses, mycobacteria, fungi and bacterial organisms and another for economic general purpose disinfection (1:200) in intermediate risk areas.
- Wash down all surfaces with TriGene Advance at 1:100 and dry with paper towel or allow to dry naturally. Alternatively use TriGene Advance in RTU (ready to use) trigger spray and wipe excess moisture with paper towel and allow to dry.
- TriGene Advance wipes can also be used to wipe surfaces.
- Non-critical devices can be soaked in TriGene Advance if required during a period of high risk in a solution of 1:100 for 20 mins.
- Fabrics can be soaked in a solution of TriGene Advance at 1:100 for 10 minute. They can also be washed in an automatic washing machine using 50ml per 4kg load during a normal washing cycle.
- For general washing of floors and surfaces use TriGene Advance at 1:200. Use with mop and bucket on floors, remove excess moisture and allow to dry.
- Wash other surfaces, rince where necessary and remove excess moisture and allow to dry.
Fogging and pressure washing
- Where applicable TriGene Advance can be used in pressure washing machines at a dilution of 1:200, rinsed and allowed to dry.
- Where aerial fogging is required, non-fragranced product should be used at a dilution of 1:200. masks should be worn and the area vacated until dry.
- TriGene Advance wipes, impregnated at 1:10 are recommended for disinfection of probes, transducers, incubators and for machines used for x-ray, mammography, radiology, etc.
- As well as other sealed medical devices.