Madison Chemical’s MADISAN 75 is a surface sanitizer, disinfectant, mildewstat, and virucide designed to kill coronavirus, as well as other viruses and bacteria. - Photo courtesy Madison Chemical

Madison Chemical’s MADISAN 75 is a surface sanitizer, disinfectant, mildewstat, and virucide designed to kill coronavirus, as well as other viruses and bacteria.

Photo courtesy Madison Chemical

MADISON, Ind. — Madison Chemical has introduced a sanitizer and disinfectant designed to kill coronavirus among other viruses and bacteria, in various settings, including on vehicles.Madison Chemical’s MADISAN 75 is a four-chain quaternary surface sanitizer, disinfectant, mildewstat, and virucide designed to be used on hard, non-porous, and inanimate surfaces, according to a news release from the company.

MADISAN 75 kills the Human Coronavirus, Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1), Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) and a variety of animal viruses specified on the EPA-registered label, according to Madison Chemical. MADISAN 75 appears on EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (MADISAN 75’s EPA registration number is 10324-81-110).  

The surface sanitizer and disinfectant is also designed to reduce a variety of pathogenic bacteria, including Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus, and E. Coli.

MADISAN 75 is suitable for a range of industries and applications, including school and public transportation, industrial and manufacturing facilities, schools and churches, restaurants, as well as hospitals and health care facilities, nursing homes, and food and beverage processing.

MADISAN 75 disinfects hard, non-porous surfaces and objects at 3.5 to 13.5 ounces per 4.5 gallons of water. It may be applied using a sponge, brush, cloth, mop, or by immersion or other applications specified on the EPA label. Treated surfaces must remain wet for 10 minutes.

Madison Chemical is a chemical formulator that provides cleaning, sanitation, and maintenance products for the following industries: hospitals and healthcare, food and beverage, surface preparation, metalworking, industrial maintenance, transportation, wastewater treatment, winery, pulp and paper, and others.

 

Originally posted on School Bus Fleet

0 Comments