The modern and safe biocide.
Broad spectrum of activity against both gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
Fungicide and mildewcide.
Active against enveloped viruses (e.g. Hepatitis B, HIV).
High tolerance to hard water.
Maintains efficacy in presence of heavy organic soiling such as blood and protein.
Good surfactant and wetting properties.
Worldwide acceptance based on registrations approval and official lists.
Toxicological and ecological documentation.
1. Active matter
R CH3 Cl -
R = C10 H21
1.1 CAS No.: 7173-51-5
1.2 EINECS No.: 230-525-2
1.3 UN No.: 2920
1.4 INCI-Name Didecyldimonium chloride
2.1 Appearance at 20°C clear liquid
2.2 Colour, Apha 100 max
2.3 pH 1% aqueous solution 6.5 - 8.0
2.4 Assay (Titration, MW 361) 50.0 - 52.0 %
2.5 free Amine + Amine HCl 1.0 % max
2.6 Ash 0.5 % max.
2.7 Water, KF 26.5 - 30.5 %
2.8 Isopropanol 19.5 - 24.5 %
3.1 Odour aromatic, smell of IPA
3.2 Density 0.89 g/cm3
3.3 Viscosity (Brookfield, sp.1, 10 rpm, 20°C) 25 cps
3.4 Average Molecular weight 361
3.5 Flash Point (Abel Pensky cc) 29°C
3.6 Surface tension (1% aqueous solution) 27 mN/m
3.7 Ionogenicity cationic
3.8 Freeze thaw stability good
3.9 Solubility soluble in water
3.10 Compatibility not compatible with anionics
3.11 Setting point < - 30°C
4.1 Europe European Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances (EINECS)
4.1.1 Switzerland As precaution against athlet’s foot- October 19,1998 BAG-E Nr.1132
BAG T- 23917 GK 4 – December 10,2001
4.1.2 Germany Approved with BgVV (former bga, Berlin) No. 6595.00.00 under the name of Azolat.
Recorded in the XXXVIth recommendation of BgVV (former bga, Berlin)
4.1.3 France Specified in positive list for food and dairy industry.
Approved as fungicide to prevent from mycoses (athlete’s foot)
4.1.4 Netherlands Registered under No. 7086 N.
4.1.5 Spain Registered under No. 99-00-00318 for use in disinfectant cleaners for general
Registered under No. 99-00-00318 HA for use in disinfectant cleaners for food
4.2 U S A EPA registration No. 6836-18.
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory.
FDA 21 CFR 178.1010 approval
4.3 Japan Japanese Handbook of Chemical Substances (MITI:9-1971).
4.4 Australia Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances (AICS).
4.5 Canada Canadian Core Domestic Substances List (CORE DSL).
5. Antimicrobial efficacy
The bactericidal efficacy has been tested and shown according to the
following test procedures:
5.2 FUNGI & YEAST
The fungicidal activity of Bardac-22 has been demonstrated in presence of:
The algaestatic concentration of Bardac-22 amounts to 0.5 ppm.
The algaecidal concentration of Bardac-22 was shown to be 1.0 ppm.
The virucidal efficacy of Bardac-22 has been demonstrated in presence of many enveloped viruses
incl. Hepatitis B and HIV.
6. Other investigations
All raw materials used for the production of Bardac-22 are of non animal origin.
7. Use areas
Disinfectant and disinfectant cleaner for hospitals, food industry, industrial kitchens and
Fungicide (prevention from athlete's foot).
Wood treatment (sapstain and decay).
Water treatment (swimming pools, cooling towers etc).
Slimicide (paper industry).
Algaecide (walls, piles etc).
8. Recommendations to formulate
Incompatible with anionic detergents.
Synergistic effects in combination with aldehydes and complexing agents ( e.g. EDTA).
9. Analytical procedures
Titration (ISO 2871-2)
Product is supplied as follows:
Type: iron drum polyethylene drum IBC-container bulk
Weight net: 50 kgs 190 kgs 890 kgs
It can be stored in the sealed original packaging over a period of two years.
11. Regulatory information
refer to MSDS
12. Toxicological information
refer to MSDS
13. Ecological and ecotoxicological information
refer to MSDS