discide

discide

(dɪˈsaɪd)
vb (tr)
obsolete to split (something)
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Finally, Palmero HealthCare general manager, Bernie Dutton discusses their DisCide Ultra disinfectant.
In the 38 or so years of developing the DisCide Ultra product, Palmero Health Care has continued to grow the disinfectant business and expanded on the original kill claims.
BD: DisCide ULTRA was developed into a one-step, ready-to-use, one minute or less KILL CLAIM on over 17 major microorganisms.
BD: DisCide ULTRA is a one-step, ready-to-use, ONE minute or LESS kill claim product that eliminates over 17 major microorganisms.
But, there is no guess work when DisCide ULTRA is used; in ONE minute or less the microorganisms are killed, eliminating the concern that cross contamination or infections may spread.
Palmero hired Sibinovic in 1989 to help him gain EPA registration for his disinfectant, DisCide.
The new lab's findings flatly contradicted Sibinovic's: While she claimed Discide killed the polio virus -- a pleasant surprise to Palmero since the EPA doesn't require disinfectants to kill polio -- the new lab reported that the product did not destroy the virus.
The new lab also repeated the tests Sibinovic had performed on Discide, but used more rigorous procedures.
But the only significant difference between Sani-Cloth's and DisCide's active ingredients is that DisCide contains 63.
DisCide ULTRA is a fast killing hospital grade surface disinfectant in a convenient ready-to-use formula that requires no mixing or measuring.