Research for infection protection

Surfactants

The water-insoluble part of the surfactant adheres to the surface of the soil while the water-loving end penetrates the water. Thus, the dirt particles can be released, divided and emulsified
Surfactants

Cleaning-active or Surface-active compounds. They are divided into anionic, non-ionic, amphoteric and cationic surfactants. 
In addition to being mostly applied as detergents (wash lotions, shampoos), they are, in combination with disinfection agents, mainly used in products for surface and instrument disinfection.