Product description

Benzalkonium Chloride Ph.Eur., USP/NF (BKC/BAC/BAK) CAS No. 8001-54-5

Consists of Benzyl (dodecyl) dimethyl ammonium chloride (C12 approx. 65%) and Benzyl (tetradecyl) dimethyl ammonium chloride (C14 approx. 35%). Other chain length distributions are also available. Available with more than 95% active ingredient or in 50% Solution.
Manufactured in accordance with the cGMP Guideline ICH Q7 for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients. Multicompendial analyses according to the current European (Ph.Eur.),
United States (USP/NF) and Japanese (JP) Pharmacopoeias. Analysis according to ChP is under implementation.

Benzalkonium Chloride (BKC/BZK/BAK/BAC) is a powerful antimicrobial surfactant and is commonly used as an excipient in ophthalmic and nasal spray formulations, or as an API in wound disinfection, various oral and topical antiseptic formulations, and medical devices.
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Specifications

CAS Registry Number 8001-54-5
Categories APIs (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients); Excipients
Sales markets Middle East Region (e.g. UAE); Oceania; North America (USA, Canada); Africa; Central America (e.g. Mexico); East Asia (e.g. China, Japan, Korea); Europe - EU countries; Europe - non EU (e.g. UK, Russia, ex-CIS countries); South America (e.g. Brazil, Colombia); South Asia (e.g. India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka); South East Asia (e.g. Thailand, Philippines, Singapore)
Supplied from Denmark
Measured In Kg
Selling Points Experienced Technicians; Place of Origin; Product Performance; Quality Service; Reputation

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