Sodium hypochlorite-based agents with a concentration of 200 mg/l of active chlorine to 500 mg/l of active chlorine have been shown by laboratory tests to be effective in destroying the most common pathogenic microorganisms that appear on the hands in everyday life.

When disinfecting hands, the important characteristics of the product that must be met are fast action in destroying harmful microorganisms with an action time of no more than 1 minute, but also the effective killing of the most common microorganisms present on hands such as Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterococcus hirea, Escherichia coli Candida albicans. At the same time, the disinfectant must be mild enough not to damage the skin on the hands.

Disinfectants Aqualor H 200 and Aqualor H 500 were tested at the Institute of Epidemiology of the Military Medical Academy and proved to be very effective in killing harmful microorganisms in 30 to 60 seconds.