Benzalkonium Chloride

Benzalkonium Chloride

Unit of Price Kilograms/Kilograms
Unit of Measure Kilograms/Kilograms
Delivery Time 1 Week
Main Export Market(s) Central America North America South America Eastern Europe Western Europe Middle East Asia Australia Africa
Supply Ability 1000 Per Month
Main Domestic Market All India

Benzalkonium chloride is a chemical that has many applications for its antimicrobial properties. It can be found in many household cleaning products, soaps, hand wipes, sanitizer, ointments, personal care products and cosmetic products as it acts as a preservative, surfactant and antibacterial agent. Its properties are beneficial in protecting the products from spoiling. With a chemical formula of C27H42NO2.Cl or C27H42ClNO2, it works by killing microorganisms and preventing them to grow further. Its contact can cause irritation to the eyes and skin.

FAQ

1. Benzalkonium chloride: What is it?

Ans - The antibacterial and cationic surfactant benzalkonium chloride (BAC) has a wide range of uses, including home cleaning, sanitising, and as a preservative in cosmetics and medications. 

2. What purposes does benzalkonium chloride serve?

Ans - As an antiseptic, disinfectant, deodorizer, and preservative, benzalkonium chloride is employed. In addition, it is used to destroy viruses, bacteria, and fungi as well as to regulate the growth of algae and other microbes. 

3. Is it safe to use benzoalkonium chloride?

Ans - Although most people are believed to be safe when exposed to benzalkonium chloride, some persons may have skin rashes or allergic responses. It's crucial to thoroughly read the product's instructions and use safety gloves whenever handling the item.

4. Can viruses be destroyed by benzoalkonium chloride?

Ans - Yes, Benzalkonium Chloride is effective against a variety of viruses, including as rotavirus, coronavirus, rhinovirus, and influenza.

5. What negative consequences does benzalkonium chloride have?

Ans - The usage of benzalkonium chloride is generally regarded as safe. It should not be used in the eyes or on open wounds since some people may have skin irritability or allergic reactions when exposed to it.