A new disinfectant for the tool chest - peracetic acid

Dave Straus*, Thomas Meinelt, Dibo Liu, Lars-Flemming Pedersen, Chris Good, John Davidson

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Abstract

Peracetic acid (PAA) is a potent new disinfectant that is very economical to use compared to the traditional products. It is also a much greener product. PAA is a combination of acetic acid and hydrogen peroxide (with a stabilizer) that degrades rapidly. It has replaced chlorine in many industries. Uses include: sanitation in food/beverage plants, agricultural facilities, wineries/ breweries, greenhouse equipment, animal housing, used to prevent bio-film formation in paper/pulp industries, wastewater treatment, commercial laundries and poultry processing.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBook of Abstracts World Aquaculture Society 2019
PublisherWorld Aquaculture Soceity
Publication date2019
Pages1057-1057
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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