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Animal Biosecurity
Keep your farm animals safe

Animal Biosecurity

Pathogens can cause deadly diseases that can wipe out animal populations and ruin a farm. Our sanitizer technologies help keep your animals and businesses healthy by targeting bacteria, viruses and fungi, helping control microorganisms before they spread.

Our sanitizers protect poultry and swine against a variety of pathogens and viruses including:

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Glutaraldehyde + quaternary ammonium salt (quat)

  • Effective, fast acting, broad-spectrum synergistic blend of glutaraldehyde and a quaternary ammonium salt
  • Effective use on industrial equipment and farm vehicles
  • Excellent for sanitizing hatchers and setters, as well as egg rooms, tray washes, animal processing areas, farm equipment, and general farm housing areas
  • Low corrosion rates on commonly used farm use metals
  • Effective in hard water (dilutable in up to 1200ppm hardness)
  • Effective in organic matter
  • Effective against enveloped/non-enveloped viruses, spore-forming bacteria
  • Spray, foam, or fogging application methods
  • No formaldehyde or formaldehyde releasers added
  • Readily biodegradable OECD 301A

Glutaraldehyde + non-ionic surfactant

  • Controls microbial contamination in animal production facilities and farm equipment
  • Excellent for sanitizing swine and poultry housing, farrowing areas, cages and transport vehicles and associated equipment, as well as industrial equipment and buildings
  • Spray, foam, or fogging application methods
  • Helps reduce contamination on a variety of surfaces including stainless steel, aluminum, painted concrete, plastic, and glazed tile
  • Low corrosion to metals such as low carbon steel, galvanized steel and galvaneel steel
  • Effective at temperatures as low as 39.2⁰F
  • No formaldehyde or formaldehyde releasers added
  • Meets requirements of Ready Biodegradability based on OECD 301 series testing