DisTABS are effervescent disinfecting and sanitizing tablets that deliver high performance in a safe and effective formula. DisTABS dissolve in water to produce a variety of strengths that meet the range of needsfor every facility. From the low-level sanitization required for food-contact surfaces, to powerful infection control for C. diff in health care settings.
They’re also affordable and practical. Our compact, concentrated DisTABS dissolve quickly in ordinary tap water and eliminate the cost and environmental impact of shipping water across the globe.
AKA Sodium Di-chloros-s-triazinetrione tablets
These EPA registered tablets dissolve quickly in water to form a sanitizing solution that is NSF D2 certified safe for food contact surfaces with no rinsing required. 1 tablet dissolved in the Protexus or Victory Electrostatic Sprayer Tank gives up to 800 sq. ft. of sanitizing coverage across all hard surfaces.
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Effective against 2019 Novel Corona Virus
In accordance with the EPA Emerging Viral Pathogen Standard
Emerging Pathogen Claims – The Chlorinated tablets meet the criteria for use against emerging enveloped viral pathogens; large, non-enveloped viral pathogens; and small, non-enveloped viral pathogens when used in accordance with the use directions for Norovirus and Coxsackievirus B3, and Hepatitis A virus at a rate of 4306 ppm and a 1 minute contact time.
Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets are an EPA registered Disinfectant & Sanitizer in one tablet.
EPA registered to kill in 1 minute: Norovirus, HIV-1, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Aspergillus Fumigatus.
EPA registered to kill in 4 minutes: C-diff, TB, and MRSA & GRSA.
Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets are perfect for use in slop sinks, the cleaning disinfectant of floors, tiles, toilets, bathtubs and showers.
Never worry about spilling or splashing concentrated bleach on carpets, drapes or clothing. Just drop the tablet into the water, allow 60 seconds to dissolve and clean hard surfaces.
Easier and safer to use than liquid commercial chlorine bleach. When comparing Green Klean bleach tablets to liquid bleach, both have similar characteristics.
- Cleaning effectiveness
- Deodorizing ability
- Bleaching capability
- pH is close to neutral, 6.5 to 7
- Allows for more comfortable work environment while cleaning
- Lower pH increases useful life of solution by slowing the breakdown of available chlorine
- Maintain 100-200 ppm of available chlorine will effectively clean and deodorize hard surface areas in kitchens, bathrooms, child play areas, and more
To clean, deodorize and remove mildew stains: add 1 tablet to 1 gallon of water For heavily soiled areas use 2 tablets. Mop or wipe with bleach solution. Allow solution to contact surface for 2 minutes.
Rinse well and air dry. Use gloves for prolonged use. To clean & deodorize toilet. Add 1 TABLET into the toilet bowl. Allow to dissolve, then use brush to clean then flush toilet before use.
Minimize Storage Space
- Storage cost- a case of liquid bleach vs a bottle of tablets
- Longer Shelf Life
- Spill hazard - nothing to spill or leak with dry tablets
- Eliminates the risk of collateral damage to property due to liquid bleach spills
How many tablets are required to create a cleaning solution comparable to diluting 6 oz. of liquid bleach in 1 gallon of water.
1 Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablet in a gallon of water will result in a solution comparable to mixing 6 oz. of liquid 5% bleach into 1 gallon of water as directed.
How can Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets be used?
Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets can be used to remove stains caused by mold and mildew, clean and eliminate odors.
Why would I use tablets instead of liquid bleach?
- Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets require less room to store and therefore take less space on shelves
- Better portion control. No measuring required
- Eliminates the danger of spilling concentrated bleach on clothes, carpet, drapes, etc.
- Longer shelf life, 36 months
- Reduce volume of trash, fewer plastic bottles to dispose of
- Liquid bleach should be diluted in cold water. Tablets should be dissolved in hot water
Are tablets more expensive than liquid bleach?
Tablets are competitively priced. A gallon of cleaning solution mixed using liquid bleach will cost about the same as a gallon of solution created using a tablet.
Can I mix a bleach solution made from tablets with other cleaning chemicals?
Do not mix any bleach solution with other household chemicals. Bleach can react with other chemicals in a way that could result in injuries. Dangerous fumes could result.
Can I use tablets in my laundry?
Yes. Green Klean bleach tablets are an excellent source of chlorine to brighten and whiten clothes. Do not use tablets with non-color fast clothes. This could cause damage or fading.
What is the active ingredient in Tablets?
Sodium Dichlorosisocyanurate Dihydrate.
Please note: Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets are not to be used in spraying devices at 40 microns and below as EPA classifies this use as a “fogging device,” a use for which Chlorinated Disinfecting Tablets are not registered.