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Chlorhexidine Gluconate (CHG)

CAS: 18472-51-0

Molecular structure:

chlorhexidine gluconate

Description

Chlorhexidine Gluconate (CHG) is a invited by Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd as antibacterial agent. It is a kind of broad spectrum biguanidine disinfectant with low toxicity but high efficiency. CHG is useful for antibacterial and antiseptic to gram negative bacteria (50 mcg/ml) and gram positive bacteria (10 mcg/ml).

Chlorhexidine Gluconate is widely used for skin disinfection, surgical disinfection, instrument disinfection, rinsing burns and other wounds, bladder irrigation, also can be used for oral anti-inflammatory, healing sores and surgery in the abdominal cavity and intestinal mucosa disinfection, etc. CHG can also be used for the disinfection of tableware, vegetables and drinking water in daily life.

As one of the most widely used disinfectants, CHG is more effective than other salt disinfectants. Clinically, Chlorhexidine Gluconate water solution is much more ordinary for various purposes of disinfection.

Specification

ItemIndex
Appearance (25℃)
Colorless to light yellow, almost clarified, slightly viscous liquid
Active content %
19.0-21.0%
Water soluble
Miscible with water, soluble in ethyl alcohol and propyl alcohol
Odor
Odorless or almost odorless
pH (25℃)
5.5-7.0
Ignition residue
0.1% Max.
Density
1.060-1.070

Dosage

CHG is often used in formulations with other disinfectants, and the specific formulation and dosage are based on the acutal condition of equipment and experimental data. When used alone as a disinfectant, 2% water solution is recommended.

Packing and Storage

Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated warehouse. Temperature should be lower than 37℃. It should be stored separately from oxidizing agents and edible chemicals, never mix store with other material and keep the container sealed. Keep away from fire and heat source.

The warehouse must be equipped with lightning protection devices. Exhaust system should be equipped with a grounding device to conduct static electricity. Adopt explosion-proof lighting and ventilation devices. Prohibit the use of equipment and tools which can easily form spark-prone. Storage areas should be equipped with spill response equipment and suitable storage materials