Fantex® Absorbent Spill Powder
Fantex® Absorbent Spill Powder is formulated to rapidly kill a broad-spectrum of bacteria while providing fast and efficient absorption for a wide range of spills. The disinfectant formulation is released upon contact with liquids and is proven to kill both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria in rigorous independent product testing. Fantex® Absorbent Spill Powder quickly and easily absorbs 50-100x its weight in liquid.
1- MINUTE KILL
Fantex® kills pathogens within 1 minute of contact.
LOG 5 EFFICACY
99.999% of bacteria are killed upon contact.
Fantex® has activity against a wide range of pathogens
Fantex® possesses the following antimicrobial properties:
- – EN 1276:2009
Bactericidal Log 5 (99.999%) reduction in the presence of organic soil.
- – EN 1650:2008+A1:2013
Yeasticidal Log 4 (99.99%) reduction in the presence of organic soil.
- – EN 14476:2005
Virucidal Log 4 (99.99%) reduction.
Carefully spread Fantex® Absorbent Spill Powder over the affected area and wait for approximately 60 seconds or until the fluid is fully absorbed. Collect the fully absorbed spill using a suitable implement or disposable paper towels and place into clinical waste sack. Use of disposable gloves is recommended.
- – Kills 99.999% (Log 5) of bacteria in the presence of organic soil
- – Tested under international EN 1276 and 1650 standards
- – Siloxane and triclosan free
- – Does not contain PHMB
In-use Antimicrobial Efficacy
Fantex® Antimicrobial Absorbent Spill Powder has been rigorously tested by independent laboratories for in-use efficacy. Zone of Inhibition well testing demonstrates that Fantex® is released upon contact with liquids and has been proven to kill both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. Fantex® has demonstrated efficacy against the following micro-organisms:
- – Escherichia coli
- – Enterococcus hirae
- – Staphylococcus aureus
- – Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
- – Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- – Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE)
- – Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE)
- – Klebsiella pneumoniae
- – Clostridium difficile
- – Carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii
- – Candida albicans
- – Candida auris
- – Aspergillus niger
- – Feline coronavirus (MERS surrogate)
- – Influenza HK (A2) virus
- – Rotavirus
- – Foot & Mouth virus
- – Feline calicivirus (human Norovirus surrogate)
- – Avian influenza virus (H7N1)