Omnicide is a broad spectrum animal health disinfectant with proven activity against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, mycobacteria and mycoplasma, lipophilic RNA & DNA viruses and hydrophilic RNA & DNA viruses, bacterial spores and fungal hyphae and spores.
Omnicide has a broader disease control spectrum than any other disinfectant. It destroys many virus and gram-negative bacteria which are tolerant of other disinfectants. These tolerant pathogens cause severe disease problems throughout the world.
Omnicide contains a blend of two powerful active ingredients; glutaraldehyde and COCO QAC.
COCO QAC is cocoalkyldimethylbenzyl ammonium chloride. This molecule, discovered by Coventry Chemicals and used exclusively by them contains a range of short, medium and long alkyl chains. Long chain activity is necessary to control gram-negative bacteria.
The glutaraldehyde in Omnicide is sourced only from Germany or the USA. Coventry Chemicals does not use sub-standard raw materials produced in India or China.
Omnicide, with its powerful and fast acting contact activity, even in dirty conditions, and its lasting residual protection has become a favourite brand in tropical and other world areas where animal, bird, egg and fish protein products are farmed highly intensively.
Omnicide has become the product of choice as the base of Biosecurity programs wherever disease risk is high.
Omnicide your best choice for Biosecurity
Omnicide disinfectants can be used in the following sectors:
Aquaculture of Shrimps and Fish, Poultry, Broilers, Egg Layers, Breeding hens, Hatcheries, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Ostrich, Guinea Fowl, Pigeons, Quail, Game Birds, Cage Birds, Swine, Cattle, Sheep, Horses, Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Fur Bearing Animals, Goats, Crocodilians, Veterinary Clinics, Abattoirs and Food Processing Establishments.
The activity of Omnicide has been independently tested by Governments, Universities and Institutes around the world including UK, Ireland, Germany, France, USA, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Vietnam, Philippines, Taiwan, Australia, South Africa, Norway, Japan.
Pathogen test results and testing centres are shown in the Disease Pathogen Control Charts.