Cuidado de la Salud

 

 

Nuestra línea de Desinfectantes cuenta con una formulación tecnológica única que les da un amplio espectro de acción. Controlando Virus, Bacterias, Hongos, Moho, Algas en más de un 99.99%.

 

Nuestros productos son amigables con el medio ambiente, Nuestra línea de productos que enfocan en atacar a los patógenos y no a ti y tus seres queridos y sin producir dañinos subproductos de desinfección que afectan tu salud.

 

 

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El Enfoque del Exceso de Desinfectantes en los “Quats” PDF

 

 

 

COVID-19

 

Nuestra línea de productos te ayuda para mantener tu salud contra el Covid-19. Ya que cumplen con el criterio de la EPA el cual los desinfectantes no se han probado específicamente contra el SARS.CoV-2, causa del COVID-19, la EPA considera que eliminan el virus porque:

  • Demostraron eficacia contra virus mucho mas difíciles de matar o eliminar; o
  • Demostró eficacia contra otro tipo de coronavirus humano similar al SARS-CoV-2.

 

Debido  a que se  nuevo el virus SARS-CoV-2, este patógeno no esta disponible en pruebas de laboratorio comercial para ver si ciertos desinfectante son efectivos para matar el virus.

 

 

 

CARACTERÍSTICAS DE PRODUCTO

 

Producto

           I.A.

    Concentración

            Patógenos

Usos

Rendimiento

Dioxy 900

Dióxido de cloro puro

        900 ppm

Virus, Hongos, Bacterias, Algas, Moho

Desinfección de Superficies (concreto, plástico, madera, metal, vitrocerámico, mármol, acero inoxidable,tejidos, etc.)

 

Desinfección de  frutas y verduras  

1 lt hasta 100 lt diluidos con agua.

Dioxy HC

Dióxido de cloro puro

        400 ppm

Virus, Hongos, Bacterias, algas, Moho

1 lt hasta 45 lt diluidos con agua.

Dioxy 900, Cuidado de la Salud

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Certificado NSF

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NSF Certificación Producto

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Medico

Hospitales, Consultorios medicos, Consultorios dentales, Clinicas, Laboratorios.

 

Institucional

Gobierno, Universidades, Escuelas, Guarderias.

 

Hogar

Residencial.

Negocios

Oficinas, Locales comerciales, Restaurantes, Bares, Plazas

 

Trasporte

Taxi, camion, taxi executivo, autobus.

 

Deportes

Clubs deportivos, Gimnacios, instalaciones deportivas.

 

LISTADO DE EFICACIA EN PATÓGENOS

 

 

VIRUS

 

 

BACTERIAS

 

HONGOS

 

Adenovirus Type 40 6

Calicivirus 42

Canine Parvovirus 8

Coronavirus 3

Feline Calici Virus 3

Foot and Mouth disease 8

Hantavirus 8

Hepatitis A, B & C Virus 3,8

Human coronavirus 8

Human Immunodeficiency Virus 3

Human Rotavirus type 2 (HRV)15

Influenza A 22

Minute Virus of Mouse (MVM-i) 8

Mouse Hepatitis Virus spp.8

Mouse Parvovirus type 1 (MPV-1)8

Murine Parainfluenza Virus Type 1 (Sendai)8

Newcastle Disease Virus 8

Norwalk Virus 8

Poliovirus 20

Rotavirus 3

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) coronavirus 43

Sialodscryoadenitis Virus 8

Simian rotavirus SA-11 15

Theiler’s Mouse Encephalomyelitis Virus 8

Vaccinia Virus 10

 

Blakeslea trispora 28

Bordetella bronchiseptica 8

Brucella suis 30

Burkholderia spp.36

Campylobacter jejuni 39

Clostridium botulinum 32

Clostridium dificile 44

Corynebacterium bovis 8

Coxiella burneti (Q-fever) 35

E. coli spp .1,3,13

Erwinia carotovora (soft rot) 21

Franscicella tularensis 30

Fusarium sambucinum (dry rot) 21

Helicobacter pylori 8

Helminthosporium solani (silver scurf) 21

Klebsiella pneumonia 3

Lactobacillus spp .1,5

Legionella spp. 38,42

Leuconostoc spp.1,5

Listeria spp. 1,19

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus 3

Mycobacterium spp.8,42

Pseudomonas aeruginosa 3,8

Salmonella spp.1,2,4,8,13

Shigella 38

Staphylococcus spp.1,23

Tuberculosis 3

Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalis 3

Vibrio spp.37

Multi-Drug Resistant Salmonella typhimurium 3

Yersinia spp.30,31,40

 

Alicyclobacillus acidoterrestris 17

Bacillus spp.10,11,12,14,30,31

Clostridium. sporogenes ATCC 1940412

Geobacillus stearothermophilus spp.11,31

Bacillus thuringiensis 18

 

OTHER

 

Beta Lactams 29

Amplicons 46

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)47

 

PROTOZOA

Chironomid larvae 27

Cryptosporidium 34

Cryptosporidium parvum Oocysts 9

Cyclospora cayetanensis Oocysts 41

Giardia 34

Alternaria alternata 26

Aspergillus spp.12,28

Botrytis species 3

Candida spp.5, 28

Chaetomium globosum 7

Cladosporium cladosporioides 7

Debaryomyces etchellsii 28

Eurotium spp.5

Fusarium solani 3

Lodderomyces elongisporus 28

Mucor spp.28

Penicillium spp.3,5,7,28

Phormidium boneri 3

Pichia pastoris 3

Poitrasia circinans 28

Rhizopus oryzae 28

Roridin A 33

Saccharomyces cerevisiae 3

Stachybotrys chartarum 7

Verrucarin A 33

Biofilms 4 5

 

 

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