Titanium Sterile Chlorine Dioxide Spray
Titanium is sterile, ready-to-use, two-part activated liquid disinfectant. Based on Tristel's patented Chlorine dioxide chemistry, Titanium destroys all types of micro-organisms, including spores, in just 60 seconds. Titanium is ideal for surface disinfection within controlled environments. It can be used on workbenches, shelves, equipment, printers, heat sealers and surfaces outside of the LAF cabinet for a daily deep clean and as part of a rotational regime.
For professional use only.
- Non-corrosive under standard use conditions
- Proven effective in 60 seconds according to EN13704, EN13967, EN1276, EN1650, EN14204 and EN14675
- Intended for use as a daily deep clean and as part of a rotational regime
- Filled and double bagged in a Grade A cleanroom
- Meets GMP requirements
Please note that this product is classed as Dangerous Goods
and may be subject to higher International shipping charges.
|Order Code||Format||Dilution||Pack Size|
|2-Part Trigger Spray||Ready-to-use||Each (300ml Activator & 300ml Base)|
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