Beyond Clean: ADBAC Leading the Way in Disinfection Precision | CAS No. 8001-54-5
ADBAC (Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride) is a quarternary ammonium compound based broad spectrum terminal disinfectant, used for the purpose of surface disinfection such as walls, floor, tables, equipment etc. Furthermore, it is used for water disinfection in various applications throughout food and beverage, dairy, poultry, and pharmaceutical industries and institutions. It exhibits great disinfecting ability and used as key ingredient in commercial disinfectants.
How does ADBAC work?
As a disinfectant, ADBAC disrupts the cell membranes of microorganisms, rendering them inactive. Being a quaternary ammonium compound. It exhibits cationic surfactant properties, effectively targeting a broad range of pathogens, including bacteria and viruses. Diverse settings such as healthcare, food processing, and water treatment widely utilize it for its potent antimicrobial characteristics. Its mechanism involves breaking down the structural integrity of microbial cells, hindering their ability to function and replicate.
Most commonly used hard surface disinfectants extensively use Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride. It effectively combats a wide range of bacteria, viruses, spores, biofilms, and other harmful pathogens commonly found in healthcare settings, laboratories, and similar environments.
Features and Benefits
Excellent disinfection and detergency
Non-corrosive to system metallurgy
Highly concentrated for low dosage
High efficacy against SPC, Coliform, Gram-positive, Gram-negative bacteria, and Yeast
Application Areas of ADBAC Disinfectants
Disinfectants based on Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride find applications in various areas due to their antimicrobial properties. Some common application areas include:
Healthcare Facilities: ADBAC-based disinfectants are used to sanitize surfaces and equipment in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings to prevent the spread of infections.
CIP Cleaning & Disinfection: ADBAC is employed to disinfect hard surfaces such as walls, floors, containers, etc., in CIP & COP.
Water Treatment Plants: ADBAC can be used in water treatment to control microbial growth in industrial water systems used in boilers, cooling towers, etc.
Public Spaces: Disinfectants containing ADBAC may be used in public spaces such as schools, offices, and public transportation to maintain a clean and hygienic environment.
Veterinary Clinics: ADBAC-based disinfectants are used to sanitize surfaces and equipment in veterinary clinics to prevent the spread of diseases among animals.
Household Disinfectants: ADBAC is also found in some household disinfectant products, including surface cleaners and sanitizing wipes.
|Soluble in water & alcohol