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Lonza Introduces Lonzagard RCS, Hospital Products

June 17, 2013

Ideal for disinfecting and hard surfance cleaning.

The latest debut at Lonza’s Hygiene and Preservation business  is a new disinfecting line of products designed for hard surface cleaning applications. The company’s new EPA registered Lonzagard RCS and RCS Plus products offer fast contact times in an easy to use dilutable disinfectant spray form, according to the company.
                   

Fast acting Lonzagard RCS and RCS Plus products have a broad efficacy claim set, including Norovirus, along with superior cost-performance benefits. Healthcare, janitorial and other customers will benefit from the multiple formulations available for use in the US, said the company.


More info: www.lonza.com/fastcontacttime

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