What is Stalosan F?

What is Stalosan F?

Stalosan F is the only EPA-registered dry germicide. Its multi-action disinfecting power provides long-acting protection, killing harmful pathogens for up to a full week.

How do you use Stalosan F?

Apply 50g of Stalosan F per square metre, once weekly.

What is Stalosan f used for?

Stalosan F is designed to uniquely meet the hygiene needs of the modern poultry industry. It kills a wide range of pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, and flies. Stalosan F also plays an important role in your birds’ environment as a litter conditioner.

How do you disinfect chicken runs?

Mix equal parts vinegar and water to create a cleaning solution and mop up the area for an all-natural cleaning. Take a hand brush or thick-bristled broom and scrub the floors and walls to free any remaining droppings, stains, dirt, or debris. Rinse once more.

What kind of disinfectant is stalosan F?

Stalosan F ® is a broad-spectrum dry disinfectant in the form of a pink powder, similar to the consistence of talcum powder. The existing composition of Stalosn F ® is based on synergism, where two or more ingredients reinforce each others effect. The result is an effective and unique product without side effects.

Is it safe to use stalosan F in the presence of animals?

Stalosan ® F is the only EPA-registered dry germicide that’s safe to use in the presence of animals and humans. Its all-natural formulation is tough on germs, eliminating pathogens for up to a full week. Its high concentration of antimicrobial mineral acids helps:

Which is the best formula for stalosan F?

Stalosan ® F: 1 Kills bacteria and pathogens on contact; its concentrated formula contains more than 95% active ingredients for an… 2 Absorbs up to 400% of its weight, meaning it isn’t slippery when wet 3 Uses fine dust particles to maximize surface contact, increase effectiveness and optimize dispersion for complete… More

Where are the Stars on the Australian flag?

A Blue Ensign defaced with the Commonwealth Star (also known as the Federation Star) in the lower hoist quarter and the five stars of the Southern Cross in the fly half. First used on RAN ships in 1967. A defaced British White Ensign without the cross. The cross is replaced with the Southern Cross and the Commonwealth Star / Federation Star.