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A successful cleaning procedure for pig houses

A successful disinfection of a pig house starts with a well planned cleaning procedure: the dry and wet cleaning process aims to reduce the number of micro organisms via mechanical removal, and allows the disinfectant to reach the micro organisms that are left. Don’t forget that dirt cannot be disinfected and that it is a big source of bacteria (e.g. Salmonella, Campylobacter), viruses, etc.

A detergent, e.g. Kenosan, makes the cleaning process easier, faster and improves the cleaning and disinfection results.