COBIOTEX - the world's first registered bacteria-based biocide



COBIOTEX uses good bacteria to combat bad bacteria.


As formalin is gradually banned because of its noxious effects on humans applying it, there

is now a bacteria-based alternative to chemical disinfection.


COBIOTEX is a French laboratory that has developed combinations of bacteria, based on

bacillus and lactobacillus, that aggressively colonise surfaces, outcompeting bacteria such

as salmonella, e-coli, streptococcus and staphylococcus.


COBIOTEX can be applied in fogging or in powder form, to sanitise livestock buildings

before stocking or with livestock present, in a totally safe environment for the animals.


The powder form significantly reduces mastitis when applied to bedding, and the biofilm (fogging) form sanitises buildings prior to stocking, followed by the powder form whilst animals are present.


There are also versions of COBIOTEX for treating slurry and manure.


Download info and trial results here.


Call Greg Dunn on 07801 308054 or 01206 381521 to find out more.

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