Call Us: (800) 444-8227

STERAMINE tables possess every advantage offered by other Stanitizers plus additional important and distinct benefits which combine to make STERAMINE outstanding.

Property Chlorine Compounds STERAMINE Tabets Iodine Compounds Liquid Quaternaries
ODOR yes none yes none
CORROSIVE yes no yes yes
SKIN IRRITATION yes no yes yes
OBJECTIONABLE RESIDUE yes no yes no
STABILITY poor good fair good
VISIBLE INDICATION none yes none none
PROBABLE WASTE yes no yes yes
PROBABLE ERROR yes no yes yes
FREEZES yes no yes yes
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE HAZARD CATEGORY* I-Danger II-Warning I-Danger I-Danger

*EPA classifies products into one of three chemical hazard categories based on a worker’s risk of exposure to the concentrated product from ingestion, inhalation, and skin and eye contact. One of the three specific “signal words” (DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION) must appear on each product label to properly identify which exposure hazard category the product represents. Category I – DANGER: Most toxic, risk of permanent injury or deatd. Category II – WARNING: Less toxic, risk of temporary injury. Category III – CAUTION: Least toxic, least risk of temporary injury.