Halamid-d is a disinfectant efficacy derives from its bound chlorine and oxygen. It is the most famous disinfectant in the animal sector, such as intensive farming, but also for hobby farmers. The product has a high percentage of stable and active substance, and is safe to use. Halamid-d is a chemical reaction, in fact a combustion reaction, with micro-organisms. Resistance Training is not possible. the power of Halamid-d is the broad spectrum of hand and the mildness of the user, for materials and for the animals and the environment on the other. Effective against bacteria, fungi and viruses. Halamid-d has a high content of stable and active substance. Halamid-d is that amount of chlorine off that is needed for a maximum disinfection result. Retains a Halamid-d solution will be a long time efficacy. Not aggressive towards metals and other materials. Halamid-d does not adhere to surfaces, making it easy to rinse. Halamid-d dissolves easily in cold water (maximum concentration of 10% at 15 º C) Instructions: The surfaces to be disinfected and thoroughly cleaned materials first. Rinse while using a cleanser with clean water. Remove excess water. When disinfection as much liquid as that the surfaces remain wet during the exposure time. If the agent is sprayed, this should be done at low pressure and with a coarse droplet. When used regularly perform and walls should be prevented from this arises a dried layer of the agent. It is advised that the surface after the etching time, rinse with water. Treated surfaces or materials that may come into contact with food and drinking water, the ingredients used, animals, and people should be rinsed with clean water. Thoroughly after exposure time Areas of application and dosages: Animal Places and spaces. The minimum exposure time is 20 minutes. The gebruiksconcetratie is 1% (10 g per liter of water). Transport of animals. The minimum exposure time is 20 minutes. The use concentration of 2% (20 g per liter of water). First, fill the bucket with water, then open the bag underwater.