Sanitization solutions for facilities disinfection industry - Health and Safety - Industrial Cleaning
D7 Can Protect Businesses and Facilities Against Coronavirus Outbreaks. Proven Effective Against Viruses Similar to COVID-19. D7 has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to Coronavirus or COVID-19 and qualifies for emerging pathogen claims against both enveloped viruses & large, non-enveloped viruses. D7 is an EPA registered disinfectant currently being extensively used world-wide to combat COVID-19. Over 1,000 tons of D7 have been used in medical facilities and other facilities in China and other countries at the height of the pandemic. D7 has been the chosen disinfectant chemical of numerous private and public facilities.
- AIRPORTS & RAILWAY STATIONS
- COMMERCIAL CENTERS
- OFFICE BUILDINGS
- SCHOOL CAMPUSES
- GOVERNMENT FACILITIES
- RESTAURANTS AND COMMERCIAL KITCHENS
- HOTELS AND RESORTS
- CRUISE SHIPS
FOAMING APPLICATION METHODOLOGY:
Active disinfection ingredients remain on the surface longer, ensuring sanitation efficacy.
PENETRATES GREASE AND BIOFILMS:
Effectively treats Biofilms caused by Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Our product is proven through numerous regulatory standards and third-party testing.
Low in toxicity and corrosive materials, and used as a disinfectant/sanitizer in a variety of food facilities.
Two Major Reasons D7 Is An Effective Disinfectant Cleaner For Your Facility.
When airborne, SARS-CoV-2 is almost always surrounded by and protected by bodily fluids such as saliva. When it lands on a surface, the virus is also protected by organic material and soil on those surfaces. In addition, the genetic material in the SARS-CoV-2 virus is surrounded by a lipid envelope. The detergents and mild solvents in D7 cut through the bodily fluids, soil/organic material, and lipid envelope so that the activated hydrogen peroxide in D7 actually reaches, kills, removes and destroys germs, bacteria, and viruses.
Secondly, D7 kills a minimum of 99.9999% of bacteria* in biofilm. The 99.9% efficiency of ethyl alcohol or quaternary ammonium compounds (i.e. quats) may seem like sufficient at first glance. However, studies have shown that a single sneeze droplet can have an extraordinarily high viral load, meaning that the .01% of SARS-CoV-2 left behind by low-efficiency cleaners can continue to perpetuate infection rates.