Actichlor™ Plus

Actichlor™ Plus is an effective chlorine disinfectant product for all aspects of surface and environmental disinfection. It combines a chlorine compatible detergent with NaDCC in a single tablet format, offering excellent cleaning and disinfection performance in one easy step.
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Product Details

  • Effective chlorine disinfection in convenient tablet format
  • Broad spectrum efficacy suitable for a wide variety of applications, including blood spills and sporicidal disinfection
  • Easy to use, with detailed training materials and guidance available
  • Single-step cleaning and disinfection

Application Area

For disinfection of blood spills, general clinical environment, sinks and drains and catering equipment.

Instructions for Use

To achieve a solution of 1000ppm, dissolve 1 x tablet in 1 litre of water; or for a solution of 10,000ppm, 10 x tablets in 1 litre of water. Please see dilution tables for additional instructions.

Training and Support

A dilution bottle is available to assist accurate dilution of Actichlor™ and Actichlor™ Plus. The range is also supported by usage posters and cards and a training video, available from your Healthcare Manager.


Microbiological Properties

Disinfectant solutions made with Actichlor™ Plus are effective against bacteria, spores, yeasts, moulds and viruses.


Product Specifications

Actichlor™ Plus Tablets - Effervescent NaDCC tablets with detergent

Use biocide products with caution. Always read the label and product information before use. For professional use only.
For more information please refer to the product label/SDS.


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