Supplier's Corner

Ridding Cruise Ships Of Unwanted ‘Passengers’

April 4, 2013

• Lonza’s Hygiene and Preservation business is advising its customers about the use of certain Lonzagard disinfectant products that are designed to inactivate norovirus on cruise ships. Multiple robust formulations and delivery options are available, as follows: Lonzagard R82, S-21, S-18—dilutable liquid concentrates (10 minute contact time); Lonzagard DC-103—ready to use liquid (10 minute contact time); and Lonzagard Disinfectant Wipes, Wipes Plus and Plus 2 Wipes—multiple substrate options (10 minute contact time). Lonza will soon launch Lonzagard RapidContact Spray Dilutable spray disinfectants with five-minute contact time. These products are EPA registered, offering a cost-effective, easy-to-use solution to combat outbreaks, and are available in easy to use delivery methods to quickly and effectively clean and disinfect all areas of a ship, including guest rooms, dining areas, bathrooms and other quarters.

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