SWIFT is the most effective and fastest high-level disinfectant on the market. It is a high-level and sporicidal disinfectant solution designed specifically for use on large surface areas. I for application on small surface areas you can decant into a clean trigger spray bottle.
SWIFT combines the powerful biocidal efficacy of chlorine dioxide with excellent cleaning action.
SWIFT incorporates two separate compartments that contain 50ml Tristel Base solution (citric acid) and 50ml Tristel Activator solution (sodium chlorite). When mixed upon bursting the sachet, Tristel’s proprietary chlorine dioxide chemistry is generated for dilution into five litres of water.
SWIFT is classified as a biocide under the EU Biocides Regulation.
SWIFT is sporicidal, mycobactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal and bactericidal in five minutes. Chlorine dioxide has been tested in accredited laboratories worldwide and is proven effective against a wide range of microorganisms, including:
- Canine parvovirus
- Feline calicivirus
- Murine norovirus
- Mycobacterium avium
- Mycobacterium terrae
- Proteus vulgaris
- Candida albicans
SWIFT has been extensively tested for compatibility with numerous materials and surfaces. It is safe to use on most floors, walls, mattresses and stainless steel surfaces in:
- Operating rooms
- Isolation rooms
- Reception areas
- Treatment rooms
- Abandoned animal shelters
SWIFT has been approved for disinfection of inanimate surfaces where an approved product is required to be used under the control legislation for the following specific disease(s) orders;
- Foot-and-mouth disease at the dilution rate of one part of this preparation plus 50 parts of water;
- Swine vesicular disease at the dilution rate of one part of this preparation plus 50 parts of water;
This approval is granted under the Diseases of Animals (Approved Disinfectants) Orders made by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in England, Scottish ministers in Scotland and Welsh ministers in Wales.
For confirmation of continuing approval refer to the Defra list of approved disinfectants at http://disinfectants.defra.gov.uk