Evaluation of dry hydrogen peroxide as a commercial hatchery sanitizer

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Sameh Elkoussy Sameh Elkoussy
A VETERINARIAN
March 18, 2019
Thanks Dr.Jordan for this issue. Please tell us how we can do it?
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March 19, 2019
Sameh Elkoussy The dry hydrogen peroxide system is provided by Synexis Biodefense. They would come do an evaluation in your facility and then work out an installation plan with you. The poultry contact for Synexis is Miguel Barrios, mbarrios@synexis.com. Thank you for your question.
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DR. UMESH MADHUKAR PATIL DR. UMESH MADHUKAR PATIL
Veterinary Doctor
March 19, 2019
Thanks Dr. Jordan.
Will you share more information regarding this Dry Hydrogen Peroxide?
Whether it is a Product or designed system?
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March 19, 2019
Hi,

This product is a designed system from Synexis Biodefense. They would be the ones to contact about use, installation, and pricing. The poultry contact within Synexis is Miguel Barrios, mbarrios@synexis.com. Thank you for your question.
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DR. UMESH MADHUKAR PATIL DR. UMESH MADHUKAR PATIL
Veterinary Doctor
March 20, 2019
Thanks Sir.
I will co-ordinate with the concerned person for getting clarification regarding my queries.

Thanks a lot Sir, again.
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Athangudi Venugopalan Athangudi Venugopalan
Animal Health Technologist
March 21, 2019

There are only six chemostrilants. Out of six one is hydrogen peroxide, cleaning and decontamination hatchery should be evaluated by means of microbiological assay by means of plate exposure/surface sanitation of hatcher/setter/hatchery floor/walls/personal hygiene should be evaluated by mini swab-area -1 sq foot/mdium swab-1 sq metr/and mega swab-area 100 sq foot. for every hatch fluff should be screened for microbial contamination.fumigation of setter and hatcher with formalin and pot. permangnate is a routine standard practice. sanitation of hatching eggs. for fumigation hatching eggs maintainance of humidity >75 percent is essential.for fungal decontamination use of hot hydrogen per oxide >60 degrees c is highly effective.to sum up microbiological evaluation of hatchery sanitation is an essential prerequisite

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April 25, 2019

Hi,

don´t you have any experiences with another chemosterilant for hatchery - chlorine dioxide vapours (e.g. DutriGel), intended as substitution of dangerous formalin? If yes, what is your opinion? Thanks.

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