Introduction To Disinfectants

- Jan 17, 2019-

Disinfectants are used to kill pathogenic microorganisms on the vector to meet the requirements of harmlessness, to eliminate pathogenic microorganisms outside the human body, to cut off the transmission routes of infectious diseases, and to achieve the purpose of controlling infectious diseases. Disinfectants can be classified into sterilizing agents, high-efficiency disinfectants, intermediate-effect disinfectants, and inefficient disinfectants according to their level of action. Sterilizers can kill all microorganisms to meet sterilization requirements, including formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, ethylene oxide, peracetic acid, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine dioxide, chlorine, copper sulfate, quicklime, ethanol, and the like.