About Protek

Everyone who earns a living caring for animals, from stable lads to high-flying Newmarket veterinary surgeons, understands the One Thing that underpins all their efforts.

Hygiene. Scrupulous attention to the cleanliness of an animal's surroundings sits at the heart of all efforts to ensure its health and wellbeing.

As with humans, cross infection is almost always the greatest threat. And as with humans, the simple, cost-effective, first line of defence is the removal of conditions in which disease can thrive.

Envirocair Veterinary is an agricultural, equestrian and veterinarian disinfectant that has been proven to kill up to 99.999 per cent of bacteria. That goes for fungi and viruses too.

In fact it's completely safe to use around all animals and domestic pets.

And it gives an unrivalled guarantee - its anti-bacterial effect lasts for 14 days.

No need to get dressed up in protective clothing to use it, either. Exhaustive tests have shown that Envirocair Veterinary does not harm skin or irritate the respiratory tract so you can use it quickly and in total comfort.

Exceptionally long-lasting peace of mind for a startlingly unremarkable price.

Debbie Topping - a horse trainer and champion equestrian  - is managing director of Protek Biochem Ltd and brings years of equine expertise to the marketing of the product.

Biocide International plc is a British company with a global reach and is well established in the human health sector, with its products in use in hospitals worldwide. It is also the operational arm of Biotech International Ltd.

Destroys gram positive and gram negative bacteria, enveloped and non-enveloped viruses, moulds and fungi. Examples of such organisms are, MRSA, Streptococcus Equi (Strangles), E. Coli, Herpesviridae (Equine Herpes), Parvovirus and Candida Albicans.

EnviroCair Veterinary eradicates many pathogens responsible for diseases, some of these diseases include.

  • Foot and Mouth
  • Strangles
  • Equine Flu
  • Avian bird flu
  • Ringworm
  • Newcastle disease
  • Foot and Mouth
  • Animal MRSA
  • Equine Herpes
  • TB
  • Mud rash bacteria
  • Rotavirus
  • EVA
  • campylobacter
  • Distemper
  • Leptospirosis
  • Parvovirus
  • rabies
  • Aspergillus Niger
  • African sleeping sickness
  • E.Coli
  • Salmonella
  • Influenza
  • Swine flu