Geert Wielsma
Geert Wielsma
VP Business Development Animal Nutrition
+31 652 023 439

Harmful bacteria such as Clostridium spp., Campylobacter spp. and even pathogenic strains of enteric bacteria like E.coli and Salmonella can cause severe illness and even death in both poultry and human hosts. Therefore dedicated antibacterials against such pathogens form an important weapon in the arsenal directed at raising standards of hygiene and poultry performance.


ProPhorce™ antibacterials

Certain ProPhorce antibacterials are used solely to combat problems with pathogenic bacteria found along the food chain, particularly on farms. An important difference between Perstorp’s range of ProPhorce acidifiers (ProPhorce AC) and ProPhorce antibacterials (ProPhorce PH and ProPhorce BD) is that the latter contain a blend of organic acids combined with essential oils.

Although ProPhorce antibacterials are used in a similar way to our acidifiers, scientific research has shown that essential oils confer important added value through:

- having a stronger antibacterial effect due to their synergistic effect with organic acids

- being effective at high and low pH levels


Mode of action

The inhibitory action of ProPhorce antibacterials is similar to that of ProPhorce acidifiers, but with the added benefit that at high pH levels the essential oils can make bacterial cell walls permeable to organic acid anions, which can carry out their destructive activity within bacterial cells.


Antibacterial products

ProPhorce PH™ 101 - a dry antibacterial
ProPhorce PH™ 501 - a liquid antibacterial
ProPhorce PH™ 902 - a drinking water antibacterial

ProPhorce BD™ 101 - a powerful dry antibacterial
ProPhorce BD™ 502 - a powerful liquid antibacterial
ProPhorce BD™ 901 - a powerful drinking water antibacterial

ProPhorce AC™ 101 - a dry feed acidifier
ProPhorce AC™ 601 - a liquid feed acidifier

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