Maumee, OH. – April 2nd, 2013— Spartan Chemical Company, Inc., a recognized leader in the formulation and manufacture of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market, announced today the availablity of a new phenolic disinfectant: PD-128.
In order to keep current with the ever-changing landscape of infection control, Spartan is introducing a new intermediate-level, cleaner disinfectant, that is effective against a broad spectrum of gram-positive and gram-negative microorganisms and viruses. PD-128, is an effective tuberculocide, bactericide, virucide and fungicide, carries a claim for Canine Parvovirus, and is compliant with OSHA’s Blood Borne Pathogen Standard making it suitable for use in human and animal health facilities.
“While quaternary based disinfectants are a viable option for most disinfecting jobs, there are cases where infection control personnel prefer a phenolic,” says Greg Ford, VP of Sales for Spartan Chemical Company. “Our PD-128 is designed for these specialized cases where a higher level of disinfection is required like surgical rooms, critical care areas and animal health facilities.”
Spartan’s PD-128 is formulated to provide efficacy claims relevant to current industry conditions including 22 strains of bacteria, 14 viruses, and 2 types of fungi. Offered in a concentrate, PD-128 delivers an effective solution at an exceptional end-use value.
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About Spartan Chemical Company
Spartan Chemical Company has been a recognized leader in the formulation and manufacture of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market since 1956. A proud US employer, Spartan manufactures high quality products from its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Maumee, OH and sells both domestically and internationally through a selective network of distribution. Spartan’s chemical products and services are used in building service contractor, education, health care, food service and processing, lodging/hospitality, and industrial markets.