Disinfectant Series
Tea Tree Oil Disinfectant
Hand Sanitizer
Suspension Bag
Trigger Spray
Detergent Additive
Disinfectant Tablet
Disinfectant Tablet


What is disinfectant tablet?


Disinfectant tablet have been developed to offer a quick and easy means of producing high purity disinfectant effect at the point of use. No additional equipment or chemicals are required to create highly effective, activated solution that is ready for use in a minutes.


Disinfectant tablet is a strong bactericide and virucide  at concentration as low as 0.1 ppm. It will eliminate both planktonic  and sessile bacteria; disinfect surfaces; and rapidly destroy problematic biofilm. With minimal contact time,  it is highly effective against pathogenic microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria and viruses including MRSA, Listeria, Salmonella, bacteria spores, E. coli, Giardia cysts and etc. Importantly, it also destroys biofilm so bacterial re-growth is significantly impeded.


How to use disinfectant tablet?


Generating disinfectant effect with this product is simple. To activate the release process, simple remove tablets from their waterproof packaging anf drop the tablets into water, within minutes they act to produce a stabilised solution of activated chemicals without generating harmful by-products. This generated solution is highly effective for microbiological control, odour control and pollutant oxidation.

How does it disinfect?


The stability of disinfectant tablet through the process of activation would release the nascent atomic oxygen and it has the intense of oxygenation, by protoplasmic of protein active groups of microbial oxidation, it is able to eliminate pathogenic microorganism fast from the oxidation of amino acid in protein. The active ingredient in disinfectant tablet is able to remove the bad smell, cleaning the dirt, decrease the toxic and flocculation precipitation for improving the quality of water.



Why using disinfectant tablet?



Solution of disinfectant tablet is highly soluble in water as well as in a variety of organic materials. Because it is


soluble, it penetrates through materials that protect microorganisms from other biocides.


Solution doesn't need to removed from surfaces or air spaces following treatment. Because it is a "free radical" mocule,


it decays naturally on its own, whether applied in liquid or gaseous form.


The disinfection capacity  is not influenced by pH and temperature.


The required concentration to kill microorganisms and contact time is much lower.


It doesn't leave any visible or harmful residues on surfaces following treatment.


What are the disinfection applications?



International Recognition:

Disinfectant tablet ia a disinfectant recommended by WHO of the United Nations (UN) and the FAO. It is also a disinfectant listed on the Guideline for Laboratory Biosafety of the WHO.  As early as in 1967, the EPA of the US has cataloged the solution as a disinfectant or sanitizer.



WHO (World Health Organization) NO-836A1

Access to " A1" rating for safety evaluation



EPA (U.S Environmental Protection Agency) NO-9150-1

Approved for use as disinfectant in drinks and industrial waste water treatment



JECFA (Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives)

Allow access to human exposure at the standard " A1" rating



FAD (U.S Food and Drug Authority)

Approved for use in food additives, medical used disinfectant, medical equipment sterilization