hand hygiene is mandatory measure to prevent of diseases.


Semi-critical and critical equipment require high level disinfection or sterilization.


Thorough disinfection of surfaces are the best strategy for fighting back against the pathogens.


Special for infection control in dental setting



is a leading supplier of products and technologies for cleaning and disinfection. We develop, produce and market for professional applications in hospital hygiene and healthcare settings.


R&D is an integral part of our development. It is essential for us to meet our clients’ requests as closely as possible while complying with requirements. For reasons of ethics and standards, all our validations are conducted by independent and qualified laboratories.


Our Company is producer of various products for Different markets including healthcare & medical, agriculture and food industry, poultry, aquatic animals as well as domestic places.


We have valid international certificates such as ISO9001: 2015, ISO13485: 2016, GMP and FSC as well as valid domestic certificates for supplying our products to different markets today

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Resistance of microorganism against disinfectant

Resistance of microorganism against disinfectant The use of antiseptics and disinfectants are the essential part for infection control. The main purpose of disinfection is to reduce the number of targeted microorganisms on surface or instrument to the levels where it is safe to the public. According to European regulation, the standards to which disinfectants have …


Background Legionellosis is a series of infections caused by Legionella pneumophila and related bacteria. It includes pneumonia-type illness (Legionnaires’ disease) and mild febrile illness (Pontiac fever). Legionella bacteria is generally found in freshwater environments. It can become a health issue when it grow and spreads in human-made building water systems. Nearly 10,000 cases of Legionnaires’ …


Background Mumps is a highly contagious disease caused by mumps virus. It is generally considered as a mild childhood disease, mostly affect children between five to nine years old. However, adults can also infect mumps and the complications are more likely to be serious. The complications may include meningitis, orchitis, deafness, encephalitis and permanent neurological …

Healthcare-associated Infection (HAI)

Background HAI, also known as nosocomial infection, which is the infection acquired by the patient during the process of care in a hospital or other health care facility. HAI also include occupational infections among staff. Based on WHO data, it is estimated that there is hundreds of millions of patients affected by HAI each year. …