Prebona Disinfect is a new and unique hand disinfectant with proven, longer-lasting effect against bacteria, viruses and fungi. Without drying out the skin. Biocidal action has been tested according to EU standards EN 1275 and EN 1040 and by the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Prebona Disinfect is registered with the Swedish Chemicals Agency.
WHAT IS UNIQUE AND NEW ABOUT PREBONA DISINFECT?
It is a water-based disinfectant that does not dry out the skin
Scientifically proven effect against bacteria, viruses and fungi
Prebona Disinfect is a ready to use, fragrance free and odorless disinfectant. It contains no alcohol or chlorine and unlike alcohol-based disinfectants, it is gentle on the skin and avoids irritating or drying out the skin when frequently used
Based on a scientifically proven formulation, with silver as the active ingredient. Prebona Disinfect offers longer-lasting protection compared to alcohol based disinfectants. Silver is also a known antimicrobial substance.
Effective against body odor
Not fire hazardous, resulting in safer, cheaper and less time consuming handling.
HOW DOES THE TECHNOLOGY WORK?
The disinfectant is based on the patented technology Prebona CompoTech, which combines deionized water, silica and minute amounts of active ingredient. The active ingredient in Prebona Disinfect is silver nitrate (0.016%). Silver is a well-known antimicrobial substance that is widely used in medical applications such as wound dressings, urinary tract catheters and also for water purification. Prebona’s unique technology makes it possible to use various active substances, such as silver, extremely efficiently and in a controlled manner (hundreds of times more efficient than competing technologies).
FURTHER INFORMATION (frequently updated)
Prebona Disinfect is initially offered in 200ml and 500ml bottles and as an antibacterial wet-wipe.
Product Information Sheet (SDS) and technical data sheet will shortly be available at www.prebona.com
Uses and Classification: Disinfection of hands, feet and skin. Biocide, PT1 human hygiene, according to EU Regulation 528/2012