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Disifin is a brand name for a powerful disinfectant in tablet or powder. The solution is used in many areas, including hospitals, laboratories, nursing homes, funeral homes, medical, dental and veterinary facilities, and anywhere else where control of pathogens is required. It is typically used for disinfecting surfaces and soaking equipment.

Disifin has a remarkable spectrum of activity against viruses, bacteria, fungi, yeasts and spores and , including mycobacteria such as tuberculosis. It is also effective against Foot and Mouth and Avian influenza.

However, for total effectiveness it must be sprayed freely on a surface and allowed to stand for at least 15 minutes before being wiped off. readily biodegradable by use of Ultraviolet(UV) light

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