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Benefit from our extensive know-how.
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As specialists for hygiene and chemical-technical preservation with 130 years‘ experience, we know what‘s really important in the world of microorganisms.

In our Knowledge Portal we place at your disposal our know-how relating to infection prevention.

  • Germs


    Infections can be caused by a large number of pathogens. But what actually is the difference between Clostridium difficile and a norovirus? We now invite you to take a closer look at these germs.

  • History of hygiene

    History of hygiene

    Numerous advances in medicine are unthinkable without the development of specific and powerful hygiene products - this is shown by the fascinating history of the fight against infection. It begins in antiquity and extends up to the present day.

  • Octenidine


    Octenidine presented in animated videos. Learn more about schülke's octenidine-based products.

  • Publications


    Rapidly response to the latest findings from research and development – be informed either – in schülke’s publication area.

  • Wound Management

    Wound Management

    Proper treatment of a wound can be a very complex, time-consuming and costly task. In particular, this is why training offers for correct wound treatment abound on the market. It is not always easy to ascertain the cause of a wound, to typify it and to define a clear treatment regimen.

  • Wuhan Coronavirus

    Wuhan Coronavirus

    In December 2019, the city of Wuhan in China became the epicenter of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019 n-CoV) outbreak with the first case identified and confirmed on 7 Jan 2020. This unknown virus (likely originated from bats) quickly received global attention and further investigation showed a 70% genetic similarity to that of SARS-CoV (severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus). To date it have caused a death toll of 170 with 7739 confirmed infected cases in China and 75 across the globe. (Figures as at 30 Jan 2020).