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?How is a disinfectant made
Produce a disinfectant is a delicate process that requires rigorous and detailed procedures to ensure a product of the highest quality and effectiveness. Especially at this moment in history, where we see an increased risk of infection not only in hospitals but also in all the places where we daily live.
Innovation by Germo not only consists of an advanced plant where the production process is fully automated, but also, but also, and above all, the company’s internal laboratory where highly qualified staff works tirelessly to create products that are more and more effective and sustainable. And it is the laboratory of Germo which, testing each product, both before and during the production process, by strict quality control, ensures compliance with the highest standards for the product.
But how is a disinfectant made? Hereafter the main stages of the production process of a disinfectant Germo.
The production process begins in the Chemical Research Laboratory where technicians Germo develop and test new formulations. These are subject to chemical and microbiological analysis in compliance with applicable regulations. In the case of ad-hoc requests by the customer, these, before being processed, are evaluated carefully to verify the feasibility of the project.
After the documentation is forwarded to the Ministry of Health to obtain permission for the production and placing on the market.
Raw materials and packaging materials are first subjected to Quality Control by laboratory technicians Germo. Once cleared, the production division may initiate the process.
To get the semis, operators use a sophisticated supervisory program; the raw materials pass from the storage tanks inside to the mixer where the dissolution and mixing of formulas take place.
A sample of the bulk is picked up by the internal laboratory for control and, only after approval, the semi finished product is transferred to the filling lines for the final packaging.
After filling the bottles, they are automatically put in boxes to be then conveyed to the palletizer that allows a quick and precise arrangement of boxes on pallets.
At this point the material is ready to be shipped worldwide!