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Hexa Plus is a broad-spectrum bactericidal and bacteriostatic disinfectant effective against Gram-Positive and Gram Negative bacteria, yeasts, fungi, dermatophytes and lipophilic viruses.
Benefits of Hexa Plus:
- rapid bactericidal action
- lasting residual activity (between 6 and 8 h). It provides a residual effect with which microbial growth is prevented for more than 24 hours.
- rapidly reduces the number of bacteria in the skin
- prolonged antiseptic effect
- helps prevent cross-contamination
Hexa Plus is a non-corrosive product, does not present topical absorption, has a broad spectrum with virucidal, bactericidal, fungicidal and trichomonicidal action, allowing it to be used in many clinical manifestations.
- Treatment of oral candidiasis and during prolonged treatment with tetracyclines: dose 6 ml / liter
- Treatment of infectious proventriculitis: dose 6 ml / liter
- Disinfection of the water: dose 5 ml / liter
- Inhibitor of the growth of washes, molds and fungi: 15 ml / liter
- Disinfection of seeds and sprouts: 15 ml / liter
- Disinfection of vegetables and fruits: in doses of 15ml / liter, leave to act 15 minutes.
- Water safety in drinking fountains and reservoirs for 4 days: dose 5 ml / l
- Treatment of dermatophytosis caused by fungi: spray the infected areas in a dilution of 50% solution - 50% water for 15 days. In drinking water add 3ml / liter for 8 days.
Hexa Plus can be used in combination with antibiotics or other vitamin and amino acid complexes without any water changes in water. The correct dosage for this case is 6 ml / liter, keeping the water for a maximum of two days in the drinker.
COMPOSITION: Pluronic 0.5%, chlorine, methylphenol 0.5%, chlorhexidine digluconate

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