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Welcome to schülke’s “Publications” section

Schülke & Mayr GmbH is a leading international company in the field of hygiene and infection prevention as well as microbiological quality management and chemical technical preservation. The company philosophy unquestionably also includes the aspiration to respond rapidly with correct answers and competent solutions to the latest findings from research and development.

To makes sure that you are also acquainted with the latest state of science and research as well as the constantly changing requirements, guidelines and laws, we have integrated the following pages into our homepage. Here you will find all the relevant publications from the various areas.

Content

1. Specialty Chemicals

    1.1    General
    1.2    Cosmetic and Toiletries
    1.3    Wet Wipe Preservation
    1.4    Hygiene and Microbiological Quality Management
       

2. Infection Prevention/ Industrial Hygiene

    2.1    Hand Disinfection
    2.2    Instrument Disinfection
    2.3    Wound Disinfection                


Specialty Chemicals

1.1 General

Pioneering peservation - schülke continues to innovate

SOFW-Journal 139 
8 - 2013
English

 

Pioneering preservation - schülke continues to innovate.

 

1.2 Cosmetic and Toiletries

Boosting the Antimicrobial Efficiency of Multifunctional Additives by Chelating Agents

W. Siegert
SOFW-Journal 140 
1/2 - 2014
English / German

 

Boosting the Antimicrobial Efficiency of Multifunctional Additives by Chelating Agents

 
Approved Preservatives for Cosmetics

W. Siegert
epubli GmbH, Berlin www.epubli.co.uk
ISBN 978-3-8442-9192-6 2014
English

 

Approved Preservatives for Cosmetics - A Review of Actives Listed in Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 on cosmetic products - Annex V

 
A New Multifunctional Additive for Antimicrobial Stabilisation

Karin M. Stoffels
Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2014
English

 

A New Multifunctional Additive for Antimicrobial Stabilisation

 
Systematic Investigations in the Antimicrobial Efficacy of Glycerine Esters with Fatty Acids of Different Chain Length

M. Kaß, S. Lüthje,
S. Herweg, S. Stepan
SOFW-Journal 139
12 - 2013
English

 

Systematic Investigations in the Antimicrobial Efficacy of Glycerine Esters with Fatty Acids of Different Chain Length

 
Comparison of microbial challenge testing methods for cosmetics

W. Siegert
Household and Personal Care today 
3/4 - 2013
English

 

Comparison of microbial challenge testing methods for cosmetics

 
ISO 11930 – A Comparison to other Methods to Evaluate the Efficacy

W. Siegert
SOFW-Journal 138 
7 - 2012
English

 

ISO 11930 – A Comparison to other Methods to Evaluate the Efficacy of Antimicrobial Preservation

 
Modern and safe antimicrobial stabilization of cosmetic products

Karin M. Stoffels
Household and Personal Care today
1 - 2012
English

 

Modern and safe antimicrobial stabilization of cosmetic products

 
Ethylhexylglycerin for a Improved Skin Feel

M. Leschke
SOFW-Journal 138 
8 - 2010
English

 

Ethylhexylglycerin for a Improved Skin Feel

 
Microbiological stabilization of preservative-free semisolid products

J. Berg, H. Steckel
Household and Personal Care today
4-2010
English

 

Microbiological stabilization of preservative-free semisolid products

 
Evaluation of the Microbiological Safety of Finished Cosmetic

W. Siegert
Euro Cosmetics
3-2010
English

 

Evaluation of the Microbiological Safety of Finished Cosmetic Products

 
Boosting efficacy of preservatives

M. Leschke, W. Siegert
Personal Care Europe
9-2008
English

 

Boosting efficacy of preservatives

 
Can New Biodegradable Complexing Agents Replace Tetrasodium EDTA to Boost Preservatives?

W. Siegert
SOFW-Journal 134 
1/2-2008
English

 

Can New Biodegradable Complexing Agents Replace Tetrasodium EDTA to Boost Preservatives?

 
A Reliable Alternative for Traditional Preservative Systems

M. Leschke,
S. Wüstermann
SOFW-Journal 134
4-2006
English

 

A Reliable Alternative for Traditional Preservative Systems

 
A Multifunctional Ingredient for Leave on Cosmetics

M. Leschke,
Cosmetic Science Technology 
2006
English

 

A Multifunctional Ingredient for Leave on Cosmetics

 
The Benefit of Using Synergistic Mixtures of Preservatives

W. Siegert
SOFW-Journal 132
12-2006
English

 

The Benefit of Using Synergistic Mixtures of Preservatives

 
A New Concept to Boost the Preservative Efficacy of Phenoxyethanol

W. Beilfuss, M. Leschke, K. Weber
SOFW-Journal 131
11-2005
English

 

A New Concept to Boost the Preservative Efficacy of Phenoxyethanol

 
New Alternatives to Paraben-Based Preservative Blends

K. Weber
Cosmetic and Toiletries Magazine 120
1-2005
English

 

New Alternatives to Paraben-Based Preservative Blends

 
A Multifunctional Ingredient for Deodorants

W. Beilfuss
SOFW-Journal, 124
6-1998
English / German

 

A Multifunctional Ingredient for Deodorants

 

1.3 Wet Wipe Preservation

Sustainable Use of Preservatives in Wet Cleaning Wipes

W. Siegert
Household & Personal Care Wipes | Fall 2012
English

 

Sustainable Use of Preservatives in Wet Cleaning Wipes

 
Preservative Trends in Wet Wipes

W. Siegert
SOFW-Journal 137 
5 - 2011
English

 

Preservative Trends in Wet Wipes

 

1.4 Hygiene and Microbiological Quality Management

Microbiological Quality Management for the Production of Cosmetics and Detergents

W. Siegert
SOFW-Journal 138 
11 - 2012
English

 

Microbiological Quality Management for the Production of Cosmetics and Detergents

 
Microbiological  quality management for the production of wet-wipes

W. Siegert
Household and Personal Care Today  
2 - 2008
English

 

Microbiological quality management for the production of wet-wipes

 
Microbiological Quality Management for the Production of Cosmetics and Toiletries

W. Siegert
Household and Personal Care Today  
2 - 2008
English

 

Microbiological Quality Management for the Production of Cosmetics and Toiletries

 

Infection Prevention/ Industrial Hygiene

2.1 Hand Disinfection

The Journal of Hospital Infection 2009

The Journal of Hospital Infection
2009, p. 1-7
English

 

Impact of the amount of hand rub applied in hygienic hand disinfection on the reduction of microbial counts on hands.

 
The Journal of Hospital Infection 2003

The Journal of Hospital Infection
2003, p. 220-225
English

 

Comparison of two test methods for the determination of sufficient antimicrobial activity of three commonly used alcohol-based hand rubs for hygienic hand disinfection.

 
Krankenhaushygiene Infektionsverhütung 2001

Infection Control in Focus 
2003, p. 6-8
English

 

Rubs vs Scrubs - Study of compatibility of hand disinfectants

 

2.2 Instrument Disinfection

Zentral Sterilisation Suppl. Sep 2003

Zentral Sterilisation 
9 - 2003, p. 42-44
English

 

Dosage and Selection of Detergents and Disinfectants

 
Zentral Sterilisation Jun. 2009

Zentral Sterilisation 
6 - 2009, p. 410-415
English

 

Multicentre Trial on Standardisation of a Test Soil of Practical Relevance for Comparative and Quantiative Evaluation of cleaning Pursuant to EN ISO 15883 - Description of Test Procedure

 
Zentralsterilisation June 2010

Zentral Sterilisation 
6 - 2010, p. 391-394
English

 

Medical Device Reprocessing as Reflectd 17 Years after Introduction of the Medical Devices Act

 

2.3 Wound Disinfection

Krankenhaushygiene Infektionsverhütung 2001

Skin Pharmacol Physiol 2010
English

 

Octenidine Dihydrochloride, a Modern Antiseptic for Skin, Mucous Membranes and Wounds

 
Krankenhaushygiene Infektionsverhütung 2001

Journal Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
6 - 2010
English

 

Standardized comparison of antiseptic efficacy of triclosan, PVP–iodine, octenidine dihydrochloride, polyhexanide and chlorhexidine digluconate

 
International Wound Journal 2010

International Wound  
2 - 2010
English

 

The effect of a combination of 0.1% octenidine dihydrochloride and 2% 2-phenoxyethanol (octenisept®) on wound healing in pigs in vivo and its in vitro percutaneous permeation through intact and barrier disrupted porcine skin

 
Krankenhaushygiene Infektionsverhütung 2001

BMC Veterinary Research 
8 - 2011
English

 

The percutaneous permeation of a combination of 0.1% octenidine dihydrochloride and 2% 2-phenoxyethanol (octenisept®) through skin of different species in vitro

 
Krankenhaushygiene Infektionsverhütung 2001

GMS Krankenhaushygiene Interdisziplinär
2 - 2007
English

 

Impact of octenidine on phagocytosis of "Staphylococcus aureus" by neutrophils

 

2.4 Room-Decontamination with hydrogen peroxide vapour

Krankenhaushygiene Infektionsverhütung 2001

American Journal of Infection Control
43 - 2015
Englisch

 

Evaluation of hydrogen peroxide vapor for the inactivation of
nosocomial pathogens on porous and nonporous surfaces 

 

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