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Our primary product is an aqueous-based disinfectant that can rapidly neutralize highly toxic chemical and biological materials.


  • It is effective for killing pathogenic organisms including bacterias, viruses, biofilms, and fungi, and for neutralizing highly toxic chemicals.

  • It utilizes very mild ingredients that give it very low toxicity and corrosive properties.

  • It can be deployed as a liquid spray, fog, or fine mist on a variety of materials and surfaces. 

Key Benefits and Characteristics 


  • Broad Spectrum Disinfectant, cleaner, deodorizer, and food contact sanitizer (a potable water rinse is required after application on food contact surfaces).

  • Effective in extreme temperature ranges.

  • Kills minimum 99.9999% bacteria in biofilms, LOG KILL of 7. 

  • The process saves time, prevents outbreaks, and halts future growth.

  • It does not require mechanical action.

  • Free of abrasives, and zero VOCs.

  • Water-soluble and biodegradable.

Our product is extensively used worldwide to combat COVID-19 and other infectious patthogen with excellent results. It is an ideal cleaning agent for any sort of infectious outbreak, pathogen, or biohazard.

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Our product is successful in real-world applications, including mold remediation and cleaning after any sort of flooding or fire damage.


Our product contains surfactants, mild solvents, inorganic salts, a low concentration of hydrogen peroxide (3.5%), a hydrogen peroxide activator, and water. The surfactants soften the cell walls of the pathogens which allow the activated peroxide to penetrate to the interior for complete kill. This unique combination of mild detergents works synergistically to kill persistent biological pathogens which has been demonstrated in testing at government and private facilities and in many field applications - outperforming formulations that contain much harsher chemicals. The product is registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) for many pathogens such as Listeria, E.coli, Staphylococcus, Salmonella, Norovirus, the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus, Staph and Pseudomonas biofilms, Avian Influenza viruses as well as emerging Viral Pathogens.

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