Solosan is the professional’s choice for complete infection control of animals, farms and veterinary practices. Available as a bottled product for small requirements or produced on-site and on-demand, Solosan® hypochlorous acid technology is able to meet the most demanding requirements of enhanced animal welfare and care.
Our ground-breaking biocide Solosan supports the highest welfare standards, preventing and treating infections in animals. It has been created for professional use for mane veterinary and animal care applications, including on farm and in clinic.
All Solosan products contain the active ingredient Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl). Hypochlorous is produced naturally in all humans, animals and birds to fight infections and kill invading pathogens. Hypochlorous is one of the most effective known biocides capable of killing 99.9999% of all pathogens. Solosan products contain no alcohol, antibiotics, steroids or preservatives and are readily biodegradable and contain no hazardous ingredients.
Solosan is used, approved and recommended by The University of Edinburgh Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and the Roslin Institute for infection control within veterinary clinics and for the treatment and care of animals.
It can be used for:
- Wound care and treatment when used as a first aid spray on the skin or used on dressings
- Skin disinfection prior to surgery or treatment
- Hoof care for infection prevention and treating of digital dermatitis
- As a sterile eye irrigant for the disinfection, cleaning and flushing of eyes
- Equipment sterilisation – killing 99.9999% of harmful pathogens in seconds
- Clinic disinfection of hard and soft surfaces with no need to evacuate animals or people
- Complete odour control, removing urine smells immediately.
One product to treat all viral, bacterial and fungal issues in farm animals and pets
Kills 99.9999% of bacteria and 99.99% of viruses present
Available in bottles or produced on-site, on-demand using Aqualution® technology
Fast acting in seconds
Effective for humans, animals and the environment