Klorkleen 2, USA EPA Reg No: 71847-7
Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC) is a USA EPA registered disinfectant.
included in the USA EPA N list of products*
that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2
*Klorsept, USA EPA Reg no: 71847-6 ,Klorkleen 2: USA EPA Reg No: 71847-7, Klorkleen: USA EPA Reg No: 71847-2 Read more


Antibiotic-resistant infections and pandemic outbreaks such as Coronavirus disease Sars-CoV-2 are increasing. It is critical to incorporate effective infection control programmes in medical and social environments to minimise the risk of cross-infections to patients, staff and visitors.


  • NaDCC blend in a tablet format
  • Easier to Use, Transport & Store
  • Kills Clostridium Difficile Spores in 4 Minutes*
  • Kills Norovirus in 1 Minute*
  • Meets Osha Bloodborne Pathogen Standard in 1 Minute*
  • Standard No-Rinse Sanitizer for Food Service in 1 Minute
  • Application Kills Canine Parvovirus, Avian Influenza, Pedv And Coxsackievirus
  • Kills Norovirus in 1 Minute*
  • **kills HBV and HIV-1 on pre-cleaned environmental surfaces/objects previously soiled with blood/body fluids

* when used in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions

Unique Properties & Equilibrium Effect of NaDCC

  • Dissolves in water to release HOCl – measured as available chlorine
  • 50% of the total available chlorine exists as free available chlorine, the remainder is bound chlorine (NaDCC)
  • In the absence of organic or microbial challenge, the ratio of free and bound available chlorine is approx. 50:50
  • As free available chlorine is used up (e.g. organic matter, microorganisms etc.) the balance is disturbed -NaDCC releases available chlorine to restore chemical equilibrium to continue the disinfecting process.

In contrast, bleach and other hypochlorites exist mostly as free chlorine and do not possess a reservoir. In comparison with bleach, NaDCC possesses a reserve killing power that continues to be made available long after contact with microbes and organic material

More stable, longer shelf life

Lasts longer, goes further, less waste

  • Longer shelf life before dilution than bleach – 2 – 5 years compared to 12 months for bleach
  • NaDCC (sodium troclosene) retains killing power due to a 50:50 chemical equilibrium that continues to generate chlorine to replace that which is being used up in the process of destroying microorganisms or contact with organic loads. This means that it is not inactivated by dirt/cloths/organic matter as occurs with bleach.

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