Sanotracin Now Available

EPA-Registered One-Step, One-Application Sporicidal Disinfectant

 

This one step, one-application disinfectant eliminates more than 99.9999% of C. difficile in 3 minutes. Sanotracin RTU also kills MRSA, E. Coli and 50 other pathogens in 2 minutes; including the ESKAPE pathogens: Enterococcus faecalis (VRE), Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Acinetobacter baumannii, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Enterobacter species. Sanotracin RTU does not contain alcohol or bleach, it requires no rinsing and it also does not leave a film on surfaces.

 

Sanotracin RTU is a unique hospital-grade sporicidal disinfectant that is ideal for all health care facilities, including but not limited to, patient rooms, obstetrical suites, autopsy facilities, operating rooms, doctor’s offices, physical therapy departments, ICU, emergency rooms, long-term care and nursing homes.

 

Save Time & Money: No Need to Reapply

 

Sanotracin RTU’s patented chemistry provides rapid results which saves time and labor costs. With its powerful wetting agents, Sanotracin RTU stays wet for its entire dwell time, no need to reapply. This ensures that Sanotracin RTU will achieve an efficacy of 99.9999% in 3 minutes against the hard-to-kill C. difficile spores.

 

Non-Bleach Formula

 

Sanotracin RTU provides maximum effectiveness without the risks associated with bleach. Bleach is known for causing damage to flooring, clothing/uniforms, upholstery, LCD screens, medical equipment, furniture and even more surfaces. There are additional risk of handling or mixing bleach by the housekeeping staff, as well as, respiratory issues for patients and staff who breath in the fumes.

 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, EPA-registered disinfectants with a sporicidal claim have been used with success for environmental surface disinfection in patient care areas.

For more information or to purchase Sanotracin, go to www.fightcdiff.com .

 

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