Development of a Disinfectant Composition Based on Hydrogen Peroxide

G.E. Alpysbayeva1

M.R. Turabekov1

B.B. Barakhov1

Zh.B. Myrzabekov1

P.Sh. Ibragimov1

O.O. Tagayev2

K.D. Alikhanov1,Email

D.D. Narbayeva1

A.A. Taipova1

1JSC «Kazakh National Agrarian Research University», Almaty city, Abai Avenue 26, A15C8A3, Republic of Kazakhstan.
2JSC «West Kazakhstan Agrarian-Technical University named after Zhangir Khan», Uralsk city, Zhangir Khan Street, 51, 090009, Republic of Kazakhstan.



The article presents the results of laboratory tests of a new disinfectant developed based on hydrogen peroxide to disinfect veterinary inspection facilities. Purpose of the study-creating unique, highly effective, cheap, multifunctional, and environmentally friendly disinfectants is an essential area of research in veterinary sanitation and disinfection of veterinary inspection objects. Preparations of this type include a newly developed disinfectant composition based on hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent. The scientific novelty of this work lies in creating a disinfectant composition that works comprehensively against microorganisms, and the drug can be used in the presence of animals. As a result of the study, the effectiveness of the new disinfectant was determined by the high bactericidal activity by diffusion into agar (the diameter of the growth inhibition zones is 21 mm for E. coli and 20 mm for St aureus) and at a 0.1% concentration, complete death of E. coli occurs and Staphylococcus aureus for 60 minutes. One of the important criteria for assessing the disinfection effect is the phenolic coefficient, which, for a composition based on hydrogen peroxide, the bactericidal effect of the drug under study exceeds the bactericidal effect of phenol by 24.81 and 20.66 times about E. coli pcs. 1257 and St.aureus 209-P, respectively. The results obtained during the development of modes of use of the disinfectant in laboratory conditions made it possible to preliminarily determine the working concentrations and consumption of the drug per 1 m2. The product under study amounted to 1-3% concentration with exposures of 30 minutes and at consumption of 0.5 l/m2

Development of a Disinfectant Composition Based on Hydrogen Peroxide