Is your disinfectant able to inactivate African swine fever virus, avian influenza virus, coronavirus or foot-and-mouth disease virus? Wageningen Bioveterinary Research (WBVR) has a service to supply you with the answer! Using our unique veterinary BSL4 facilities we are able to test according to the NEN 14675 norm or alternatively adapt the procedure to your requirements.
A disinfectant that inactivates certain viruses
Within European law and regulations, disinfectants are generally tested for their ability to inactivate bovine enterovirus type 1. This is a general test that indicates the potency of the disinfectant to inactivate viruses in general.
Interestingly, a major application of the use of disinfectants on farms is to prevent the influx or outflux of infections of notifiable diseases such as African swine fever (ASF), avian influenza (AI), classical swine fever (CSF) or foot-and-mouth disease (FMD). Throughout such disease outbreaks, the cleaning and disinfection of all materials, equipment and housings from infected farms play an essential role in the containment of the disease. Additionally, vehicles visiting contaminated farms or areas need to be cleaned and disinfected systematically to prevent the spread of infectious disease.
The only way to secure that the disinfectant used is able to inactivate these viruses is to prove it. WBVR offers this service.
NEN 14675 norm-based test are available for:
- African swine fever virus (ASFV)
- Avian influenza virus (AIV)
- Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV)
- Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV)
- Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)
Contact our expert
Please feel free to contact the expert of our contract research organization (CRO) to inform about our tests.