Disinfectant Devices

Disinfecting devices are designed to kill pathogens and other types of microorganisms by chemical or physical means. Disinfectant devices can kill most known pathogenic microorganisms, but not necessarily all forms of microbes, such as bacterial spores.
Common household disinfection devices include chemical/physical disinfectants, e.g.: Air disinfectants; Alcohol; Oxidizing agents; Peroxycarboxylic acids and inorganic peroxo acids; Phenolics; Inorganic compounds: Chlorine, Iodine, Acids and bases, Metals, Terpenes; Non-chemical: ultraviolet germicidal irradiation; Electrostatic Disinfection

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