NAO Klin-cosmetica is a manufacturer of disinfectants, perfume and cosmetic products, plastic sealing products. The company also performs decoration of glass vials and bottles.

Production and storage facilities are located in a complex of buildings with a total area of about 60,000 square meters. There are a railway line and convenient vehicle access, ensuring uninterrupted supply of raw materials for production and shipment of large volumes of finished products to consumers.

The estate of NAO Klin-cosmetica is equipped with all necessary engineering lines that allow increasing of production volumes.

NAO Klin-cosmetica has the certificate of registration for the Sabisept M disinfecting agent No.RU. dated 04/24/2018. This disinfecting agent has been tested by the Research Institute of Disinfectology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation regarding its use in health care facilities, affected areas, household utilities, educational institutions, cultural, recreational and sports institutions, social services, children’s institutions and detention facilities.

Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Russian National Research and Development Institute of Railway Hygiene of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing” has approved the Sabisept M disinfecting agent for use in disinfection of railway transport and subway facilities.

On August 10, 2008, a new modern workshop for the production of Sabisept M disinfecting agent was launched (production capacity is 2,000,000 liters per month).

In October 2012, the instructions for use of the Sabisept M disinfecting agent at the facilities under state veterinary supervision were developed and approved. Along with other properties of the agent, the product is effective for disinfection and preventive disinfection against the African swine fever virus, which reveals a wide range of application areas for veterinary medicine. In October 2013, at the XV Russian agro-industrial exhibition “Golden autumn”, the agent was recommended as part of anti-epizootic measures in case of threat of an African swine fever outbreak, within the plan of action of the state veterinary service.

In July 2018, the instructions for use in the dairy industry were developed and approved.