Povidone Iodine

Povidone iodine

10% PVP-I solutionis a medical grade povidone iodine solution. Chemically, it is termed a 2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-ethenyl-, homopolymer, compound with iodine.

Buffodine for aquaculture

This is a disinfectant for the disinfection of eyed salmonid eggs and newly stripped non-hardened eggs. Neutral pH in use and iodine based product with a strong inactivating effect on VHS, IPN and ISA fish viruses.


This product requires dilution before use.



Make a solution of 1:100 parts water (100 ml Buffodine® per 10 litres water). Place eggs in solution for 10 minutes. After treatment eggs must be washed gently four or
five times in clean fresh water and placed in trays.


Wash the milt from the fertilised eggs with a solution of 9 parts Sodium Chloride (edible quality salt) to 1000 parts water (90 g per 10 litres) until the eggs are clean.
Dissolve 9 parts Sodium Chloride in 1000 parts of water and add 10 parts Buffodine® (90 g Sodium Chloride and 100 ml Buffodine® per 10 litres). Mix thoroughly.
Immerse eggs in the prepared solution of Buffodine® for a period of 10 minutes. After the above treatment, the eggs must be washed gently four or five times in a solution of
9 parts Sodium Chloride to 1000 parts water (90 g per 10 litres). Place eggs in trays of clean fresh water. Mixed solutions should be used only once. After use, dispose of unused product, the packaging and any contaminated materials in accordance with local requirements. Used product can be flushed to the municipal sewer depending on local requirements. Avoid release to an individual waste water treatment plant.

General overview

Buffodine® is  totally biodegradable, water stable and harmless. Recommended for the effective disinfection of freshly fertilized or eyed ova. Effective against main viruses, bacteria and fungi. Specially recommended against Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis (IPN), Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS), Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis (IHN), Yersinia ruckeri (ERM), furunculosis (Aeromonas salmonicida), Bacterial Kidney Disease (BKD), Gyrodactilus salaris and Myxosoma cerebralis.