What is Hydrus?
Hydrus is safe for surfaces, safe on skin, quat free, user-friendly, highly efficacious as well as being is classified as non-toxic and non-corrosive, even in concentrated form. HYDRUS is an intrinsically safe disinfectant of exceptional purity and power, produced by a proprietary electrolytic process. A broad-
spectrum, fast-acting biocide, it meets or exceeds requirements as a bactericide, virucide, sporicide and fungicide, making it a first line of defence against emerging pathogens.
It is non-irritating to eyes, non-sensitizing and non-mutagenic.
It acts rapidly to oxidise bacteria, viruses and more, and once accomplished, no harmful chemical residues remain.
It is a mildly alkaline liquid formulation, produced by a proprietary electrolytic method that maximizes efficacy while minimizing unwanted by-products.
Where to use Hydrus
With endless possibilities of application, Hydrus can be used in a multitude of sectors.
Who is Hydrus?
Established in 2012, Hydrus Hygiene manufacture an innovative, intrinsically safe formulation of sodium hypochlorite based disinfectants. Our business model is based on producing high quality, innovative disinfectant available in a variety of products.
HYDRUS is registered under Article 95 of the European Union Biocidal Products Regulation 528/2012 BPR.
Here’s a little bit of information on the “chlorine smell” and what it actually means…
With the stronger smell of combined chlorine, this means that more bacteria have reacted and been killed.
The stronger the smell, the dirtier a surface would have been in the first place.
For example, a healthy chlorinated pool can emit a light chemical odour, especially if it is an indoor pool and one with less than ideal ventilation. The stronger the smell of chlorine, the more bacteria the chemical has eliminated, thus being dirtier before treatment took place.
Hydrus in its purest form is odourless, the odour/bleach smell only generates when the liquid comes into contact with germs/bacteria/proteins, generally any filth.
This causes the reaction and creates combined chlorine. The liquid reacts with proteins and organic matter. Once you smell the “chlorine” smell, you know the reaction has been made and the surface/area is clean.