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4 Reasons Betco’s Fight Bac RTU is the Perfect Alternative to Quat-Based Disinfectants
Betco’s GE Fight BAC RTU Disinfectant is a one-step, no-rinse disinfectant made with the environment in mid. It kills over 99.9% of bacteria and viruses in just three to five minutes and meets the EPA’s design for the environment standards. Find out what makes it the perfect alternative to quad-based disinfectants below.
It’s More Eco-Friendly
The active ingredient in GE Fight BAC RTU is citric acid, one of the safest disinfecting active ingredients available today. When it comes to both environmental and human health considerations, citric acid tops the list in terms of safety. It’s not a carcinogen, doesn’t cause reproductive issues, won’t irritate skin or lungs, isn’t toxic to aquatic life and doesn’t accumulate in humans or other species.
The formula is so nonhazardous that it gets a 0 score for every category on the Hazardous Materials Identification System scale. This means that the formula won’t cause chronic health problems and that the chemicals used cause little or no significant acute health risks.
This hospital-grade disinfectant kills 15 viruses and bacteria in under give minutes, saving you both labor costs and time.
Thanks to its special formula that is free from harsh chemicals, GE Fight BAC RTU can be used on sensitive surfaces, in sensitive environments and as a food contact sanitizer with no wiping or rinsing needed!
Available in a range of sizes from quart bottles to 55-gallon drums, this formula can be used in a wide range of application methods.
It’s Easy to Order
Stock up on GE Fight BAC RTU today using our online catalog — ordering is easy, and we are open 24/7 so you can shop anytime, from anywhere. Click here to order today!
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