BS EN 14476 Certified Virucidal Cleaning Products
Cleaning Virucidal products that meet British and European standards regarding killing the Covid-19 virus
In this section you will find a selection of products that are certified as BS EN 14476 This means this product has been tested and adheres to the BS EN 14476 standard providing lab evidence that it contains antiviral ingredients that are required to kill Poliovirus, Norovirus, Influenza A and adenovirus.
When looking for a suitable product, if the product includes mention of compliance with BS EN 14476 this confirms the product to be effective against viruses such as Covid-19. Products listed here must be used at the recommended dilution rate and contact time to be effective. Viricidal products should be used in high traffic areas to mitigate any risk of transmission of the disease.
Selgiene Extreme is effective against enveloped viruses including coronaviruses. Optimal disinfection for use in healthcare, catering and high-risk applications. Kills Norovirus, E. Coli, Swine Flu, HIV, Hepatitis C, MRSA & Clostridium difficile. Passes BS EN 1276, 13704, 1650,14476 & 14675.
Professional Alcohol Surface Sanitiser - Effective against Coronaviruses - BS EN 14476; BS EN 13697; BS EN 1276 - IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP! BUY TODAY FOR FAST UK DELIVERY!
Salvesan - The BEST biocide available. The most effective biocide known, occurs naturally in the human body, and kills a wide range of bacteria and viruses. BS EN 1276, BS EN 14476 among others.
Sterile 450ml Hand Sanitiser. Total alcohol content 73%. Our hand sanitiser is manufactured to the highest standards possible and is also certified via our reputable manufacturer Selden.
Sterile 5ltr Hand Sanitiser. Total alcohol content 73%. Our 5ltr hand sanitiser is manufactured to the highest standards possible and is also certified via our reputable manufacturer Selden.
Effective bactericidal cleaning for all catering, healthcare & other hygiene critical areas. Achieves BS EN 1276 for high-level cleaning.
Kills bacteria and cleans in one application. Conforms to BS EN 1276 & BSEN 14476 - 30 Second Contact and 99.999% bacteria are dead. Order online today.
Omnicide Disinfectant is an animal Disinfectant, which is effective against Swine Flu, Avian Influenza and Influenza of Avian origin, Newcastle Disease and Coronavirus. A highly effective disinfectant for protection against a broad spectrum of animal disease approved by DEFRA.
5ltr and 750ml IN STOCK NOW! Evans Protect Disinfectant Cleaner 5ltr. Kills a wide range of bacteria. Passes BS EN 1276. Leaves a clean fresh odour. Suitable for use in hospitals, doctors surgeries and dentists.
FAQ's BS EN 14476
BS EN 1276 pertains to being bactericidal, in other words prevents the growth and spread of harmful bacteria, BS EN 14476 certification means the cleaning product contains antiviral ingredients and is required to kill viruses In this section you will find a selection of products that are certified as BS EN 14476 This means this product has been tested and adheres to the BS EN 14476 standard providing lab evidence that it contains antiviral ingredients that are required to kill Poliovirus, Norovirus, Influenza A and adenovirus.
How do I know if my disinfectant is truly effective against COVID-19?
Not all surface sanitisers are manufactured to the same standards, only some are truly effective against COVID-19. Here you will learn which products are affective and which ones are not.
The minimum requirement for a chemical to pass the accreditation against SARS-CoV-2is a pass rate of a >four log reduction in the virus.
In addition to the standard methods, the following can also be used to demonstrate efficacy against COVID-19
- Independent pass against the > four log reduction
- Independence pass against EN 14476; EN 14476 to either limited spectrum virucidal activity or fill virucidal activity allows a claim against SARS-CoV-2
What dilution of product is effective?
This is an important question, because many commercially available disinfectants containing recognized antiviral active substances are not actually effective against SARS-CoV-2.
What you actually need to do is check the independent EN test results to ensure that the chemical has been tested and proven together for diltution in the appropriate surrogate virus. This is a step that many fail to check. When using these test reports to ascertain whether your chosen chemical is effective against SARS-CoV-2 the devil is actually in the detail. It needs to clearly say “at X dilution it meets the standard x” otherwise it is only certified neat.
Is your disinfectant compliant with the biocidal products regulation?
Again this this question is so important because this question is asking whether this disinfectant product is an authorized biocidal product; does it contain an active ingredient that is an approved active substance that appears on the EHCA which is a list of approved active substances.
What my current up-to-date research has showed, is that many substances that are awaiting approval or the or not approved list are being used to fog our schools are public areas up and down the UK.
Now this is very naughty, because to use substances which are not yet approved means that the subject matter expert‘s have not given their opinion on whether or not this substance is safe or not.
So in essence we are potentially spraying chemicals around our schools which are not safe to do so.
The disinfectant product must contain a list and active substance still in the BPR review program, Article 89 and supplied on the EU market by the substance supplier or product supplier named in the Article 95 list for the project time to which the project belongs.
How should disinfectant to be applied to affectively sanitise surfaces?
This question, and particularly the answer to this question is one that is often misunderstood. Most chemicals in the current environment are actually accredited ONLY for spray and wipe. To clarify these chemicals are ONLY tested when being sprayed on a hard surface for efficacy.
I’ve only seen 1 or maybe 2 that have been tested for fogging. So unless it has been clearly stated on the Technical Data Sheet, or the Safety Data Sheet, then it is not appropriate to be fogging or misting.
So in essence it is vital to follow the directions for use on the cleaning product. If it doesn’t say fogging on it don’t fog with it and if it does say fogging on it proceed with caution. The directions for use that I’m alluding to include following the correct dilution rate on the contact time indicated in the stand a text method used to validate antiviral efficacy.