Mini Haz-Tab Tablets – 500 tablets per tub. Carton of 6 tubs.
Mini Haz-Tab Tablets – 80 foil wrapped tablets per pack. Carton of 6 packs.
For the effective sterilisation of baby feeding bottles, teats and equipment.
Mini Haz-Tab Tablets are formulated using Troclosene sodium (NaDCC), the reliable chlorine donor that has been proven in hospital use and laboratory tests to be effective against viruses, fungi, mycobacteria, bacteria and spores (including C.difficile).
The UK National Health Service guidelines recommend that any equipment used for feeding babies needs to be cleaned and sterilised before every use, until they are 12 months old. That includes teats, lids and breast pumps. When added to cold water, Mini Haz-Tab Tablets dissolve to release a measured dose of hypochlorous acid (free available chlorine) in solution that is universally recognised as a safe and efficient cold water disinfectant for baby feeding bottles, teats and breast feeding equipment.1
The recommended strength of chlorine solution for baby feeding bottles is 125ppm available chlorine.2 This is simply made up by dissolving one Mini Haz-Tab Tablet in two litres of cold water.
Items to be disinfected must first be carefully washed with soap and warm water and a brush used to remove any dried milk especially around the screw thread, bottle shoulder and base. The items must then be thoroughly rinsed in clean fresh water and then completely immersed in the Mini Haz-Tab solution, ensuring all bubbles are expelled, for at least 30 minutes.
Mini Haz-Tab Tablets have been proven through independent EN Standard testing carried out by UKAS accredited laboratories to have broad spectrum activity against bacteria, fungi, viruses and spores.
Certified with: BS EN 13727, BS EN 14476, BS EN 13704.
1. Vitali M, Agolini G. Advantages of Sodium hypochlorite or Sodium dichloroisocyanurate for teats and bottles in newborn infant feeding. Publ Health Nurs 2008; 25: 103-105.
2. Hoffman P, Bradley C and Aycliffe G. Chemical Disinfection in Healthcare, 3rd edition 2004, page 10. Blackwell Publishing.