As specialists for hygiene and chemical-technical preservation with 125 years‘ experience, we understand what is really important in the world of microorganisms.
In our Knowledge Centre we present important information relating to key topics in infection prevention, industrial hygiene and microbiological quality management.
Proper treatment of a wound can be a very complex, time-consuming and costly task. It is not always easy to ascertain the cause of a wound, to typify it and to define a clear treatment regimen.
Information is essential in order to optimise products and processes. Find information about preservation, actives and detecting contamination by visiting our informative microsites
It is essential that every dental practice is following best practice when it comes to infection prevention. Practices need to use validated decontamination processes for impressions, instruments, hand hygiene and surfaces to ensure infection prevention. The following protocols give directions into how to do this effectively.
Learn how to apply octenilin® Wound Gel & octenilin® Wound Irrigation Solution
Learn more about the innovative Octenidine molecule and its mode of action in this animated video.
Watch the instructional videos on how to use octenisan®.
Infections can be caused by a large number of pathogens. But what actually is the difference between baceria and viruses? Find out more about germs in this section..
GHS (Globally Harmonised System) Is the classification and labelling system for chemicals. For more information visit our microsite:
The worldwide crisis due to COVID-19 over the last few is unprecedented - besides the rush for basic supplies like food, infection control items, such as alcohol-based hand rub (ABHR) has become a highly sought after commodity by many. But this raises an important question for customers: Which alcohol-based hand rub do I need and which is really effective against COVID-19?
Never has the future appeared more uncertain, than in these difficult days of the COVID-19 pandemic. We appreciate the amazing job that our healthcare workers are undertaking both to keep people safe from the virus and care for those who have become infected. Our thoughts are with you and your families. By Sue Naylor, MD schülke UK