- Virasept™ is a patented ready-to-use, “one-step” Detergent-Disinfectant, Virucide, Bactericide, Tuberculocide, Fungicide and Sporicide that delivers effective cleaning, disinfecting and malodor control. The unique chemistry is formulated for use in daily maintenance programs and will not harm fixtures.
- Virasept™ is recommended for disinfecting and cleaning floors, walls, and other hard non-porous environmental surfaces such as tables, chairs, countertops, bed rails, bathroom fixtures, sinks, shelves, racks, carts, the exterior of refrigerators, non-food contact surfaces of coolers, glazed tile, linoleum, vinyl, glazed porcelain, plastic (such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinylchloride, and polycarbonate), metal, stainless steel, chrome, glass and painted or varnished surfaces.
- Virasept™ effectively cleans, disinfects and deodorizes bed rails, wheelchairs, wash basins, bed pans and non-critical medical equipment surfaces in hospital (medical and healthcare) facilities.
- This product is not for use as a medical device sterilant or high level disinfectant.
- Virasept disinfects, cleans and deodorizes surfaces in restroom and toilet areas, garbage cans and garbage storage areas, and other listed places where bacterial growth can cause malodors.
- Virasept™, when applied with a foamer, effectively kills Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus biofilms* in wastewater drains.
- Virasept™ will not harm finished floors.
|Virasept RTU||12 - 32 oz. bottles (US Only)||6002314|
|Pump-Up Foamer||Foaming applicator (for drains)||53002745|
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*These claims are pending approval in some states at time of publishing (11/16/20). Please check with your account representative for updated information.
1 Virasept meets criteria for claims against emerging viral pathogens and therefore can be used against COVID-19 when used in accordance with the directions for use against the listed supporting virus on hard, non-porous surfaces.
2 Carling PC. Wastewater drains: epidemiology and interventions in 23 carbapenem-resistant organism outbreaks. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2018 Aug;39(8):972-979. doi: 10.1017/ice.2018.138. Epub 2018 Jun 28. Review. PubMed PMID: 29950189.
3 BW, Graham MB, Lindmair-Snell J, et al. The relevance of sink proximity to toilets on the detection of Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase inside sink drains. Am J Infect Control 2019;47:98–100.
4 Kizny Gordon AE, Mathers AJ, Cheong EYL, et al. The hospital water environment as a reservoir for carbapenem-resistant organisms causing hospital-acquired infections—a systematic review of the literature. Clin Infect Dis 2017;64:1435–1444.