iONIZED HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (iHP)
Patented Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) activates and ionizes a 7.8% Hydrogen Peroxide (H202) sole active ingredient-based solution into a fine mist/fog known as ionized Hydrogen Peroxide(iHP). iHP contains a high concentration of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), consisting mostly of hydroxyl radicals. These are one of the most powerful oxidizing agents in nature, and during PureTech’s iHP process, kills bacteria and fungal spores and inactivates viral cells by destroying their proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. This leads to the cellular disruption and/or dysfunction allowing for the quick decontamination of targeted areas, objects and large spaces. SteraMist kills on contact!
CORONAVIRUS & COMPATIBILITY
DISINFECTION & DECONTAMINATION
SteraMist® is registered with the EPA as a hospital-healthcare disinfectant, featuring powerful efficacy against several dangerous pathogens.
MOLD & MILDEW
Everything from natural disasters to poor air flow can bring mold and mildew to furniture and structures within the reach of moisture. With efficacy against over 40 types of mold and mold spores. SteraMist® disinfection provides you with a critical step in the remediation process to help you get back to business faster.
With SteraMist®, we have advanced disinfection solution on hand to expect the unexpected in the event of an emergency outbreak. We are able to assist with disinfection at any time.
Your business depends on pleasant customer experiences, and those experiences can be hindered by foul, unwanted odors. SteraMist technology is able to kill odor-causing bacteria, such as those from lingering cigarette odors, residual soot and fire, and body odors in the gym.
During a 10-day study, common fabrics found in healthcare environments were immersed in standing liquid BIT™ solution consisting of 7.8% hydrogen peroxide per inactivated gallon. The protocol is to spray for seconds or minutes, not 10 days.
Another similar 10-day study submerged 33 different metals and 6 non-metals commonly used in aerospace industries. Each sample was pulled at 24-hour intervals for observation before being returned to the solution. The protocol is to spray for seconds or minutes, not for 10 days.
A final test simulated a cleanroom containing PVC, doorknobs, light switches, and hanging material samples. The area was subjected to 160 hours and 1000 cycles of injection – an amount far in excess of the scope of recommended SteraMist® treatment intervals. Protocol is to spray for seconds or minutes, not for 10 days.