Frequently Asked Questions, How it works and Safety Information
Yes! If you follow the easy to mix directions, our kits are extremely safe and generate Hypo-allergenic, NSF, EPA and FDA Cleared. OMRI Listed Chlorine Dioxide. GMPc.
With no unwanted toxic residues we believe our kits are Safer for People, Places, Animals, and Our Environment.
Many if not most cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting products contain chemicals, fragrances, and VOCs that can leave unwanted toxic residues. Adults and children may be at risk of developing long term health problems. They can also pose a problem for the environment, our wildlife and waterways.
Many people believe that cleaning and sanitizing products are safe just because they are in the store and on the shelves. Any disinfecting or sterilizing or soap product sold must be safe. This is not true.
Reports by American Poison Control Centers say common causes of poisoning in the home include disinfectants, sanitizers, and soap residue that can occur in children and adults.
Long-term, we don’t know much. Many of these products have negative health effects that can range from poisoning to cancer, It could take months or even years. Young children are particularly susceptible and need to be aware of proper use and long-term effects. Because they have so many years to develop health problems, early exposure makes sense.
Hypo-allergenic NSF, FTC NFPA, FDA and EPA Cleared.
Our solutions are based not only on the most recent clinical research but also our passion for a scientific, clinically-validated approach to better health. We have access to a vast collection of medical, scientific and mathematical work that allows us to develop unique formulas you won’t see anywhere else on the market. Unmatched products equal unparalleled experience. VeriSan™ is strong enough for commercial and industrial protection and in the environment, but gentle enough to take care of your skin.
ClO2 is recognized by the Federal Trade Commission, the National Food Processors Association (NFPA), the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF), The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
This hospital-grade disinfection kit can be used in all rooms, at work, and at home to disinfect and deodorize surfaces. It leaves no unwanted residue. Non-toxic properties make it safe for children to touch after the active agent has dried. The solution doesn’t need to be rinsed or wiped after use. Instead, it can be allowed to dry on its own. This ensures safety and efficiency when used in close proximity to children, pets, and skin, hair, and fur, food, sewers, drains, oceans and plants.
With OMRI-Listed components that are environmentally friendly, you can feel less anxious going to the grocery store, wondering how safe your produce is. It is important for us to ensure that fruits and vegetables are as safe and clean as possible. Our product cleans and disinfects your grocery items so that you always have fresh, clean produce without the need for rinsing.
ClO2 is a gentlest of decontaminating agents. However, personal protection equipment (PPE) is always recommended for handling chemicals, even materials that are considered greener, eco-friendly and non-toxic.
We use the highest quality components & meticulously preserved potency. Smart decisions start with high standards of excellence. Only the best materials are used in our products. To preserve their chemical complexity all raw materials are carefully processed and stored. ClO2 is the most powerful, versatile and economical sanitizer you will find.
We Exceed Good Manufacturing Practices GMPc. We only deal with the most reputable suppliers and only the highest quality components are accepted. FDA practices are exceeded by our quality control standards. All chemical components are quarantined upon receipt and held against the manufacturer’s certificate of analysis. Typical testing procedures include HPLC, UHPLC and are subject to microbiological testing.
Yes it is! Reg no. 9150-3
The active ingredient in Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) has been proven to be 99.99% effective against bacteria, viruses, and fungal infections. Chlorine Dioxide, when properly mixed, can be applied directly on skin and food without the need to rinse. This compact, portable and simple-to-use system will keep you clean no matter where you are.
It is registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a disinfectant and sanitizer. With Hospital Strength and Military Grade Components. The research on this technology shows that there is no known organism that has been tested against chlorine dioxide that has been shown to be resilient. It’s effective against a variety of bacteria, fungi, and viruses, including H1N1, MRSA and HIV, Legionella and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Hepatitis B and A; Ebola virus and E.coli. This technology is capable of eliminating 99.999% of bacteria and viruses. It can also be used to clean large spaces and large messes. You can also use it to clean up everyday little messes.
Shown to effectively kill 99.999% all germs, mold, bacteria, and viruses. ClO2 works as an odor eliminator and disinfectant at home, work, or on the go. All organic and chemical-based smells (smoke). Food. Animals. Garbage mothballs. Chemical masking agents. Mold & mildew. biofluids. etc. ClO2 can neutralize and eliminate all of these. Recognized as a Food Surface, Soft Surface and Hard Surface Sanitizer and Disinfectant.
A sterilizer is a device that “can destroy or eliminate all forms of microbial life, including viruses and all forms of bacteria and their spores. Click here to see some of the most common organisms that Chlorine dioxide has been shown to eradicate.
It is the most versatile and cost-effective sanitizer. Period. It is less than half the cost of whatever you’re currently paying. We charge between .01¢ and 10¢ on the dollar compared to other sanitizer, disinfectant and deodorizer options. The cost of chlorine dioxide is lower than that of other disinfection methods like ozone.
Verisan is extremely affordable. Here’s an example. One of my friends is an MMA fighter who works at a gym. He said to me, “I bet you can get my gym switched over to VeriSan™ if you can beat the price we’re currently paying for disinfectant.” I replied that I was sure that I could. “What are you paying now?” I asked. He paused and thought about it. He said, “Well, with all of our daily wiping of equipment and mats, boxing gloves and floors, and at 60 locations, we go through approximately 5 gallons per month, and we pay around $15 per gallon.” He said, “Can you beat that?” Together, we did the math. His gym paid over $50,000.00 per annum for a disinfectant that didn’t deodorize. His gym used over 3,600 gallons of disinfectant per year. I explained to him that this means that there were 3,600 empty plastic containers lying around in landfills or worse, in the ocean. I explained to him that the bulk of the money was spent shipping heavy products that contained 99% water. I explained to him that the product was equivalent to 2 gallons of our highly concentrated formula and that it would cost him only $500.00 per year, not $50,000.00. His gym would also no longer smell like a used shoe shop. He laughed, but couldn’t comprehend how our company could sell a better product at 0.01¢ per dollar than the competition. He was shocked to learn that this is the secret leading brands want you to not know. They are willing to kill the earth and its inhabitants to keep it secret. They will continue doing it for 50k per annum that companies like yours pay them. Needless to say he’s also now a client.
Another example: Apply the math above and you will see that hand sanitizer costs about $40 per gallon. It is much more expensive if it comes in a smaller size than a gallon. For 8 ounces, it can cost as much as $5. A 3ml VeriSan™ Sample, which costs only $5, makes one and a half gallons of 50ppm disinfectant. You could fill your 4 oz spray container 48 times, and apply it approximately 3000 times. This is almost 10 times per day for a full year, for $5. Our margins do not reflect the inflated price of our competition. This means you will get the most value for your dollar.
To make chlorine dioxide effective, water must be filtered to remove organic matter. The pH has little effect on the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide. Although little is known about the effects of temperature variations on chlorine dioxide’s effectiveness, it can be used at ambient or normal temperatures. It is not recommended to exceed 100°F. Iron and manganese levels reduce the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide. Water may contain iron at some operations. Before disinfection, it is important to filter any solutions containing these metals. When stored the mixed Chlorine Dioxide solution should remain out of direct sunlight in a well-marked, child resistant container, and should be kept out of reach of children. It can begin to lose potency if exposed to light, heat, or impurities. It will need to be remixed within 5 to 45 days depending on storage conditions. Test kits are available to determine viability.
Although ClO2 is considered to be one the gentlest disinfection methods, using personal protection equipment (PPE) when handling chemicals is always recommended, even those that are not harmful or considered eco-friendly.
ClO2 has many residential, commercial and industrial applications. You can use it alone, or you can add chlorine dioxide to your cleaning regimen.
We have found over 300 EPA-approved uses so you’re certain to find the right one for your cleaning needs. ClO2 is able to destroy bacteria, viruses, germs and fungi as well as any other threats. It’s safe for residential commercial and industrial use when mixed correctly. Take our quiz to find the perfect solution for you.
With residential applications VeriSan™ can be used to disinfect floors, countertops, kitchens, bathrooms and almost any other area that needs to be disinfected. VeriSan™ is a great solution for industrial businesses like factories, farms, fleets and food production but also, commercial outlets like salons, churches, gyms and locker rooms, odor control systems, restaurants, schools, vehicles, boats, and RV’s, hotel rooms. ClO2 can be used in home restoration and remediation, municipal water sources and much, much more.
Chlorine dioxide can be safely used on almost all surfaces if it is used correctly. Deodorize, sanitize and disinfect from top to bottom. You can remove airborne germs, odors, allergens, and pathogens from your home, ducting, and other areas. Mold, mildew, and odors can also be removed from HVAC systems, air-ducts and food storage areas. ClO2 is considered safe to use with (but not limited to), at proper concentrations, aluminum, as well as stainless steel, chrome, copper and brass. sealed wood, ceramic, glass, concrete, sealed granite and marble, quartz, PVC, rubbers, linoleum vinyls, polypropylene, HDPE and LDPE plastics, parquet, leather, curtains. shades, blinds, walls, antiques, color-steadfast carpets, rugs, upholstery, bedding, fabric and cloth. Safe for Electronics, VeriSan™ is less corrosive than other decontaminating agents. VeriSan™ can be applied to electronic devices to kill germs without corrosion. Non-porous food contact surfaces, Packaged grocery items, Toys, CPAP machines.
Chlorine dioxide gas is used to sterilize surfaces, tools, rooms, and equipment in hospitals, medical and laboratory environments, agriculture and horticulture and greenhouse environments, mushroom cultivation facilities, (food contact), Food Handling/Storage establishments facilities and equipment, food processing, bottling and packaging plants, hospital grade room fogging.
Spray, wipe, immerse, dip, fog, vapor, dilute, saturate, mix, soak, disinfect, clean, sanitize and deodorize; carpets, tile, rugs, leather, wood, upholstery, tables, couches, bedding, fogging/vapor to deodorize, room biocide for residential, commercial, or industrial, laundry, electronics, bug bites, animal baths, meat processing, commercial fogging, odor and slime control, used as initial shock treatment for water lines and tanks to control slime, algae, sludge, and biofilms, biocide, Insecticide or pesticide applications.
ClO2, mixed properly, can be used on both hard and soft surfaces. It can also be used on food, people, pets, and other household items. There is not a more versatile, smaller, more portable, economical or more environmentally-friendly disinfectant available.
Food spray or dip with no-rinse required, Fruits and Vegetables, Eggs, RV and Marine water storage tanks and lines continuous treatment to prevent biofilm growth. Livestock water, Safe potable water treatment for camping/preppers.
The safest and most effective concentrations for chlorine dioxide solution are 0.5 to 5 parts per million. Maximum allowable chlorine dioxide solution concentration for contact with produce is 5 ppm. The NFPA (National Food Processors Association), and The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) have chosen this level.
You can make a stronger version of your standard hand sanitizer. At the right concentrations, ClO2 has been approved by the EPA as safe for skin contact. Make your own hand sanitizer at industrial strength and keep it in your purse, car, or pocket. You can disinfect your car, home or business with the same solution.
With commercially available equipment, chlorine dioxide solutions can be injected into a produce dump or water reservoir. Dump tanks typically have a chemical concentration between 0.5 and 5 ppm, with a contact time of three minutes. Spray bars should rinse the product with potable water after the dump tank or reservoir is empty.
ClO2 is used for water treatment. Because of its biocidal properties, chlorine dioxide can also be used in other industries. Examples include sewage water disinfection and industrial process water treatment.
We reduce our environmental footprint by offering our unique mixing system. Our system eliminates over 99% of the petroleum plastics which would go into buying many gallons of conventional solutions, which is usually sold in single-use 32oz 16 or 8oz single-use disposable bottles.
Click here for a complete list of mixing instructions. VERISAN™ mixing instructions.
Harmful if swallowed. Mix in a well-ventilated area. Solution should not be mixed in a metal container.** Instructions for use
1. Start with a clean plastic or glass container that has a lid.
1 – drop of each part A and part B per 1 gal of clean water = 1 ppm
2. Put the appropriate number of drops of solution A into the mixing jug.
10 – drops of each part A and B per 1 gallon of clean water =10 ppm
3. Put the appropriate number of drops of solution B into the mixing jug.
20 – drops of each part A and B per 1 gal of clean water = 20 ppm
4. Let the two solutions mix in the mixing jug for 1 minute.
50 – drops of each part A and B per 1 gallon of clean water = 50 ppm
5. The solution will go from clear to amber.
100 drops = 4ml of each A and B per 1 gal of clean water = 100 ppm
6. Fill the jug with 1 gallon of clean water. If using 32oz divide drops by 4
200 drops = 8ml each of A and B per 1 gal of clean water = 200 ppm
7. Put the lid on your container and shake or stir it and apply!
500 drops=20ml=4 tsp of A and B per 1 gal of clean water = 500 ppm
The EPA states ClO2 can be used for the following.
For a full list of uses go to – CleanSolutions.Tech – Click here for: USES & PPM LIST
Food spray or dip with no-rinse required, Fruits and Vegetables, Eggs, RV and Marine water storage tanks and lines continuous treatment to prevent biofilm growth. Livestock water, Safe potable water treatment for camping/preppers**
Non-porous food contact food surfaces, Packaged grocery items, Toys, CPAP machines**
Fogging/Vapor to deodorize, Room biocide for residential, Laundry, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Odor control systems, Electronics**
Hand biocide, Bug bites, Animal baths, Meat processing, Commercial Fogging, Odor and slime control, Dairies and Bottling.
Horticulture, Agriculture and Greenhouse Applications, Medical, Laboratories, Hospitals, Commercial and Industrial,
Food Handling/Storage establishments facilities and equipment, hospital grade room fogging**
Non-Food contact, Animal confinement and enclosures, litter boxes,, Livestock enclosures, Forensic biohazard crime scenes.
IT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER INCONSISTENT WITH ITS LABELING. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN:
Container is intended for use and storage of diluted Chlorine Dioxide 1-1000 ppm. Follow the booklet directions for mixing, storage and disposal that came with this kit. Gloves and eye protection should be used when applying. Proper respiratory and ventilation protection must be worn when using as a fogging solution. When fogging, apply wearing a NIOSH/MSHA approved respirator with an Organic Vapor/Acid Gas Cartridge. Mix and let stand for 1 minute before dilution. Prepare the solution in a well-ventilated area. Avoid breathing fumes that may be produced while Part A and Part B are dissolving. Mixed solution will retain full potency for 1 week to 30 days depending on storage conditions and contamination.** Keep stored in a closed container, in a cool place and away from direct sunlight. Mixed solution should be considered ineffective after 45 days and will need to be remixed.
PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Mix in a well-ventilated area. Hazards to Humans & Domestic Animals: CAUTION: Harmful if swallowed. Harmful if inhaled. Avoid breathing vapor or spray. Causes moderate eye irritation. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or going to the restroom. Handlers applying chlorine dioxide in an occupational setting must wear gloves. ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by means of storage or disposal. This is toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates, oysters and shrimp. Do not discharge effluent containing this product into lakes, streams, ponds, estuaries, oceans or public waters unless in accordance with the requirements of a NPDES permit. Do not discharge effluent containing this product to sewer systems without previously notifying the sewage treatment plant authority. For guidance, contact your state water board or regional office of the EPA. FIRST AID: IF INHALED: Move person to fresh air. If a person is not breathing, call 911 or an ambulance, then give artificial respiration. Call a poison control center For 24 hour emergency information on this product, call NPIC at 1-800-858-7378 – Have this product container or label with you when calling poison control or doctor or going for treatment.) Seller expressly warrants that the product conforms to its chemical description. or doctor for further treatment advice. IF IN EYES: Hold eyes open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lens, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing the eye. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice. IF SWALLOWED Call poison control or a doctor immediately for treatment advice. Have a person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a poison control center or doctor. To the extent consistent with applicable law, seller makes no other warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or use that extends beyond the statements made on this label. **These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Internal Tracking #:167296. Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) EPA Registry CAS Number:10049-04-4 – CleanSolutions.tech – Mind Science Labs LLC P.O. Box 8 Dixon, NM, 87527
You can use chlorine dioxide as an oxidizer or disinfectant. It is an extremely strong oxidizer that effectively kills pathogenic microorganisms like bacteria, viruses and fungi. It can also remove and prevent biofilm.
US EPA – (RED DOC) for Chlorine dioxide (including sodium chlorite)
Sodium Chlorite (NaClO2) EPA CAS Reg No. 7758-19-2
US EPA Safety Datasheet (SODIUM CHLORITE)
Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) EPA CAS Reg No. 7647-01-0
US EPA Safety Datasheet (HYDROCHLORIC ACID)
Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) EPA CAS Reg No. :10049-04-4
US EPA Safety Datasheet (CHLORITE DIOXIDE)
Simply add equal drops of concentrate to the activator in a plastic or glass container. Give it a while and watch for the solution turn yellowish-amber. You can then fill the container with clean water and disinfect your area of choice. Always use PPE (Personal Protection Equipment), Read and follow all instructions that come with your kit thoroughly.
We have formulated our product so that;
1 drop of A and 1 drop of B mixed with 1 gallon of water makes 1 ppm.
10 drops of A and 10 drops of B mixed with 1 gallon of water makes 10 ppm.
100 drops of A and 100 drops of B mixed with 1 gallon of water makes 100 ppm. (100 drops = 2ml)
500 drops = 5 teaspoons = 500ppm (Always use plastic or glass mixing utensils and proper PPE.
Each application can have different mixing instructions for individual concentrations. It is important to follow the instructions on your package. You can also find simple directions on our website. Here
It is essential to have a way of monitoring the level of chlorine dioxide in water systems. Semi-automatic or automatic controls are the best way to dosing chlorine dioxide solutions. We provide test strips, automatic controls and chemical solutions. Before chemical disinfectants can be applied, it is important to remove any debris from the surface. Hydrochloric acid, which is one of the components of chlorine dioxide, can cause corrosion so it is important to inspect the lines of the equipment at least twice weekly. Emergency service personnel should perform periodic checks. It is essential to fix any leaks immediately. We offer training to employees on handling chlorine dioxide solutions. We also provide the necessary chemical data safety sheets on our website. Here;
US EPA – (RED DOC) for Chlorine dioxide (including sodium chlorite)
Sodium Chlorite (NaClO2) EPA CAS Reg No. 7758-19-2
US EPA Safety Datasheet (SODIUM CHLORITE)
Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) EPA CAS Reg No. 7647-01-0
US EPA Safety Datasheet (HYDROCHLORIC ACID)
Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) EPA CAS Reg No. :10049-04-4
US EPA Safety Datasheet (CHLORITE DIOXIDE)
Chlorine dioxide is 3-4x as potent as sodium hypochlorite and is generally effective against all types of bacteria and viruses.
Our unique point-of-use generation kits are small and portable. A lifetime supply can fit into your palm. VeriSan™ technology can be used almost anywhere. This wide-spectrum capability is unique. ClO2 has been EPA cleared for over 300 different applications. Odor, Germs. Fungi. Mold. Mildew. Spores. Bacteria. Gram-negative and Gram-positive Bacteria. No other substance has this wide-spectrum capability.
ClO2 works faster, is more versatile, effective and more affordable than other options.
Our products typically cost between .10¢ and .01¢ on the dollar, compared to other top selling products.
Now we’ve made it more user friendly and completely customizable for civilian applications!
Today’s world needs stronger safer disinfection solutions. We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality, most effective, safest products at the most affordable prices.
Create your own skin, pet & food surface safe no-residue disinfecting sanitizer solution, EPA, NSF, FDA & FTC CLEARED, OMRI, NFPA Listed disinfectant to eradicate 99.999% of all germs. Customizable, compact, convenient, effective, eco-friendly, versatile, economical & portable.
No. Chlorine dioxide solutions such as MMS can cause severe dehydration and nausea. These products should not ever be given or consumed. These products are considered dangerous and have led to criminal convictions.
The U.S. has ruled that the compound is not safe to ingest at high levels of concentration and can cause serious health problems. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has declared that any ingestion of or internal use of chlorine dioxide, other than oral rinsing with a dentist under supervision, has no health benefits and should be avoided.
Chlorine dioxide is used in water to eliminate unpleasant tastes and odors. It also kills bacteria and algae that can cause bad smells and tastes. Some personal hygiene products also use it. To treat bad breath, you can use chlorine dioxide in toothpastes and mouthwashes.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has approved Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) for a disinfectant, deodorizer, and sanitizer. It is also an FDA-recognized food preservative and additive.
Sir Humphry Davy discovered chlorine dioxide in 1811. It has been used widely for bleaching in the paper industry and in wound healing. It is a chemical compound with one chlorine atom and two oxygen atoms.
There are many uses for chlorine dioxide. It’s used in electronics to clean circuit boards and in oil to treat sulfides. Chlorine dioxide is used to bleach paper. It makes a stronger and clearer fiber than chlorine. It produces fewer harmful byproducts than chlorine.
The biocidal capabilities of chlorine dioxide at high pH levels was first discovered in the 1950s. It was used as a primary method to remove organic components in drinking water.
The U.S. EPA approved chlorine dioxide (ClO2) for disinfectant, deodorizer, and sanitizer. It is also an FDA-recognized food preservative and additive. ClO2 can be used as a powerful selective oxidizer to eradicate viruses, bacteria, odors, mold and more.
Now we’ve made it more user friendly and completely customizable for civilian applications!
It is usually made on-site. You can make chlorine dioxide by mixing sodium chlorite with hydrochloric (HCl) VeriSan™ by Clean Solutions, a subsidiary of Mind Science Labs LLC, is a product that produces chlorine dioxide when sodium chlorate is combined with low pH water (acidic) or weak acids.
ClO2 can be used for water disinfection, in food packaging and production as well as to sanitize many food products like meats, fruits and uncut or unpeeled produce. For washing fruits and vegetables, chlorine dioxide has received a USDA 3-D approval.
Chlorine dioxide disinfection has many benefits, including a longer shelf life, less equipment corrosion, lower chemical costs, a much smaller ecological impact, and reduced packaging.
The safest and most effective concentrations for fruits and vegetables are 0.5 to 5 parts per million. Maximum allowable chlorine dioxide solution concentration for contact with produce is 5 ppm. The NFPA (National Food Processors Association), and The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) have chosen this level.
These types of disinfecting products can pose a major concern if someone suffering from asthma or other breathing problems inhales the product when they spray it. Our disinfection teams only disinfect rooms that are empty. During the service, you and your staff are not to be in the room. The disinfectant must dry completely before it can be considered safe, no rinse is required. We only use the most efficient and least irritating treatment methods and equipment. The technician will advise you when it is safe to return. Depending on the disinfecting method used and air humidity, drying time can take between 10 minutes and 2 hours. Our disinfectants are low in toxicity and once dry they are safe to the touch for pets, children, and adults.
OSHA and GBAC Safety Certification & Compliance are proud features of our company. Safety training is an ongoing process. Safety concerns are assessed for every project. This includes safety concerns such as product integrity and slip/trip/fall. Even the simplest tasks are taken into consideration to ensure safety for everyone involved. OSHA Certification & Training OSHA 29, CFR 1926 /1910. We offer standardized and custom crisis response classes to you and your employees. In partnership With the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) we offer education, training and business resources to assist you in managing an outbreak. Find out more about our program that will help you to reopen your business or facility after a pandemic. Accreditation of GBAC STAR(tm), Facility Accreditation A program that complies with all the best biohazard and crisis response protocols. You can display certificates at your business to show compliance and provide additional protection for your clients and loved ones.
It is not storable in its original form. However, our company offers a storable, transportable form of chlorine dioxide called VeriSan™ made by mixing Sodium Chlorite with an acid activator and adding water. To avoid toxic accumulations of ClO2, activated VeriSan™, must be diluted within 10-15 minutes of being mixed with acid. It is recommended that activation be performed in well-ventilated locations. It is easy to identify if the gas escapes by its characteristic amber color, and the fact that it settles on the floor. This gas should not be inhaled. There are potential dangers associated with chlorine dioxide, including fire ignition, explosiveness, and health concerns.
VeriSan™ should only be shipped in its unactivated form. Distributors will provide well-labeled containers. When stored in the original container VeriSan™ is safe to store. Avoid drying highly concentrated VeriSan™ on organics or wood products.
The skin can become sensitive to the chlorine dioxide that is decomposed, causing irritations and burns. Chlorine dioxide gas can cause irritations to the eyes, as well as watery eyes and blurry vision. The skin can absorb chlorine dioxide gas, which damages blood cells and tissue. Chlorine dioxide gas can cause severe symptoms such as coughing, sore throat, headaches, lung oedema, and bronchospasm. These symptoms may not appear immediately after exposure, but can persist for long periods of time. Bronchitis can be caused by chronic exposure to chlorine dioxide. The recommended daily intake of chlorine dioxide is 0.01 ppm.
The amount of gas in the atmosphere can be greatly reduced by automatic metering devices. The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for chlorine dioxide gas lists it as a toxin. At concentrations greater than 45 ppm, it can also irritate the respiratory system. Chlorine dioxide gas can burn the skin and eyes. For this reason, flush the area with water for at least 15 minutes. Then seek medical advice.
The MSDS contains the federal exposure limits for chlorine dioxide. The MSDS contains air exposure limits for chlorine dioxide. These are 0.1 ppm (> 8 hours) or 0.3 ppm ( 15 minutes). Sodium chlorate can also be a toxin or an irritant. Even a short-term exposure can cause severe eye and skin irritations, as well as difficulty breathing. It is important to keep sodium chlorite in a clearly identifiable container. It should be protected from acids, flammable substances, cyanides and metals as well as oxidizing materials and metal salts.
Hydrochloric acid can be toxic and corrosive. Exposure to hydrochloric acid for a short time can cause irritation of the eyes, skin, and lungs. You should keep it in a clearly identifiable container. It must be kept out of bases, flammable material, halogens and halocarbons, as well as metals, oxygenizing materials and metal salts.
While chlorine dioxide is not able to form THMs (trihalomethanes), and chloro-organics, it can create harmful by-products. Toxic by-products such as chlorate or chlorite can be harmful. They can cause hemolytic anemia or anti-thyroid activity. So this gas should not be inhaled.
ClO2 concentrations exceeding 3% (30,000 ppm) in the solution can cause irritation to the eyes, skin and respiratory tract. It can cause irritation to the skin and eye damage at concentrations between 1% and 5% (10,000 to 50,000ppm), and skin burns at higher concentrations (50,000ppm).
Because it is explosive under pressure and unstable at normal conditions, non diluted chlorine dioxide cannot be stored or transported. It is not recommended to use chlorine dioxide in conjunction with wood-based equipment. When contacted with chlorine dioxide, large amounts of organic substances such as wood can cause explosions. Protective clothing and glasses should be worn when handling chlorine dioxide solutions. Near the generating site, you should have access to a shower and an eyewash station.
While chlorine dioxide is one the gentlest decontaminating agents, it is still recommended that you use personal protection equipment (PPE), when handling chemicals, even those that are not harmful.
How Do I Identify Liquid and Gaseous Chlorine Dioxide and Sodium Chlorite?
Chlorine dioxideIs it a Chemical compound With the formula ClO2. It is also known as yellowish-green Gas Above 11 degrees Celsius, it is a reddish brown liquid that ranges between 11 and 59ºC. Below -59ºC, it is bright orange crystals. It is an oxidizing agent. It is capable of transferring oxygen to various substrates and gaining one or several electrons through oxidation-reduction. It doesn’t Hydrolyze. It is dissolved in water when it enters.
ClO2 is a gas with a yellowish-green hue and is heavier than air. It is easily soluble in water (up to 2900ppm in water), and it is colorless in water solution. Do not taste any chemicals for identification. In the presence of organic matter, chlorine dioxide can cause foaming of the water surface. It is miscible in liquid. It has an odor that is similar to an indoor swimming pool. ClO2 can be used to kill viruses, bacteria, yeasts and molds. ClO2 has a rapid sterilizing effect at ambient temperatures and at a relatively low gas concentration of 1-30 mg/l.
Chlorine Dioxide Gas is recognizable at safe levels. This means that you will be able to smell it before it reaches dangerous concentrations. Ethylene Oxide and Vapor Phase Hydrogen Peroxide, for example, cannot be detected unless they are in extremely high concentrations. Although all decontaminating agents can be dangerous by nature, chlorine dioxide gas is the most safest.
It is also possible to identify the chemicals that make chlorine dioxide. Sodium chlorite, a white crystal powder, is also known as sodium chlorite. Its ability to absorb water is one of its most important physical properties. ClO2 can be used as a biocide in a wide pH range, at concentrations as low 0.1 ppm. It has been approved for many purposes by the US Environmental Protection Agency and Food and Drug Administration. Hydrochloric acid is the other component of ClO2. It is a colorless liquid. It should not be inhaled and it should not be identified by smell. It has a pH value of 2, and a density very similar to that of water.
All regulations regarding the disposal of chlorine dioxide must be followed. Chlorine dioxide should be disposed of in accordance with all applicable regulations. Small amounts (10 gallons or less) are not toxic to aquatic life and can simply be flushed down the drain with water. Contact the MiDEQ hotline at 800 292-4706. Avoid dumping large quantities of chlorine dioxide solution onto groundwater or surface water sources. The solution should be kept contained and neutralized by sodium bisulfite/na thiosulfate. You can also dispose of the material at a designated chemical disposal site or a class I landfill. Spills should be cleaned with plenty of water.
Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by means of storage or disposal. This is toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates, oysters and shrimp. Do not discharge effluent containing this product into lakes, streams, ponds, estuaries, oceans or public waters unless in accordance with the requirements of a NPDES permit. Do not discharge effluent containing this product to sewer systems without previously notifying the sewage treatment plant authority. For guidance, contact your state water board or regional office of the EPA.
ClO2 can be used as a powerful selective oxidizer to eradicate viruses, bacteria, odors, mold and more. The disinfecting action of chlorine dioxide is oxidation. It is the only biocide to be a molecular-free radical. It can take up or give off 19 electrons. Only substances that emit an electron react with chlorine dioxide. In the opposite direction, chlorine adds or substitutes for a chlorine-atom in the substance it reacts to.
Chlorine dioxide reacts with organic substances in bacterial cells, interrupting several cellular processes. The cell’s RNA and amino acids react directly with chlorine dioxide. It is unclear whether chlorine dioxide damages the cell’s structure or the acidic substances within it. It prevents the production of proteins. The cell membrane is affected by chlorine dioxide. It alters membrane proteins and fats, and prevents inhalation.
ClO2 is released into the cells when bacteria is eliminated. Viral infections are dealt with in a different manner. Chlorine dioxide reacts differently with peptone. This is a water-soluble substance formed from the hydrolysis and conversion of amino acids to proteins. By preventing the formation of proteins chlorine dioxide kills viruses.
Two steps are required to react with chlorine dioxide with bacteria or other substances. This is when disinfection byproducts are formed, which remain in the water. The first stage is when the chlorine dioxide molecule takes an electron and chlorite (ClO) is formed. The second stage of chlorine dioxide’s reaction accepts 4 electrons to form chloride (Cl).-. Some chlorate (ClO) is found in the water. Also, you can find ) which is produced from the production of chlorite. Both chlorate as well as chlorite can be used to oxidize. Chlorine dioxide and chlorate dissociate into chlorite, chlorate, and chlorite.sodium chloride (NaCl).
According to the EPA, chlorine dioxide can be used as an oxidizing and disinfecting agent in water treatment to kill bacteria and viruses. It can be used for both pre-oxidation as well as post-oxidation. The following stages can be avoided by adding chlorine dioxide to the pre-oxidation stage of surface water treatments. The chlorine dioxide aids in the coagulation process, and removes turbidity.
The powerful disinfectant that chlorine dioxide has against viruses and bacteria is chlorine dioxide. Chlorite, a byproduct of chlorine dioxide, is a weak bactericidal agent. Chlorite is active in water as a biocide for at most 48 hours. Its activity probably outranges that found in chlorine.
The growth of bacteria is prevented by chlorine dioxide in the drinking water distribution system. It also prevents the formation of biofilm in the distribution network. Biofilm is often difficult to overcome. Biofilm acts as a protective layer on pathogenic microorganisms. These pathogens are protected by most disinfectants. Because chlorine dioxide remains active for a long period of time, it can also prevent the formation of biofilms.
Although chlorine dioxide is effective against many pathogens it has its limitations. The chlorine dioxide concentrations in water of 0.75 to 5. ppm (parts-per-million) reduce mold and yeast spores by 80 to 99 percent. Chlorine dioxide can also be used to reduce the risk of viruses and bacteria. The use of chlorine dioxide as a USDA P-1 antibiotic is very effective.1 A specific pathogen, the cryptosporidium Oocyst is also effectively killed by chlorine dioxide. Most cysts and ova need to be removed via filtration. Cysts and spores can be significantly reduced by using a 5 micron filter.
Oxidation is responsible for the sanitation of wastewater with chlorine dioxide. It is subject to oxidation that affects the reproduction and metabolism of microorganisms. This produces disinfected water as well as surfaces that are less contaminated with pathogens. The oxidation potential of chlorine dioxide is more than twice that of chlorine.
“Cloudy” water can be easily cleaned with chlorine dioxide and a filter. The presence of chlorine dioxide in water will cause suspended particles and microorganisms to attract one another, making it possible to filter them easily. Microorganisms can be any yeast, mold or bacteria, as well as protozoa and viruses. Pathogens are microorganisms that cause disease. E. coli and Cyclospora are some of the pathogens that could be found in fresh produce. Cysts are protective coverings for dormant microorganisms, while ovas are female germs that can reproduce. effective against Giardia Lamblia or Cryptosporidium parasites is chlorine dioxide. These parasites are found in water and can cause diseases like giardiasis and cryptosporidiosis. Chlorine dioxide is one of the best ways to protect against protozoan parasites like these. The Chlorine dioxide particle is small enough to penetrate cysts and the oxidizing effects have been proven to eradicate microorganisms. The advantage of using ClO2 is that it responds directly with the cell walls of microorganisms. These microorganisms cannot resist chlorine dioxide.
Non-oxidizing disinfectants like bleach can not kill all microorganisms, but chlorine dioxide can and faster too. Non-oxidizing disinfectants are much less effective than chlorine dioxide and the concentration of chlorine dioxide required to kill microorganisms is much lower than that of chlorine.
The advantage of chlorine dioxide as a disinfectant is that it reacts directly with microorganisms’ cell walls. The reaction does not depend on the concentration or reaction time. Contrary to non-oxidizing disinfectants such as bleach, chlorine dioxide can kill microorganisms even if they are not active. The chlorine dioxide concentration required to kill microorganisms effectively is much lower than that of non-oxidizing disinfectants. Chlorine dioxide can not be resisted by these microorganisms.
In solution, chlorine dioxide is still gaseous. The powerful chlorine dioxide molecule has the power to penetrate the entire system. Because chlorine dioxide dissolves easily in hydrocarbons or emulsions, it can penetrate the slime layer of bacteria. The biofilm is kept together by chlorine dioxide. This reaction reduces chlorine dioxide to chlorite. These are then divided into biofilm pieces that stay steady. The biofilm begins to grow again and an acid environment forms. Chlorite ions become chlorine dioxide. These chlorite ions are transformed into chlorine dioxide, which removes any remaining biofilm.
First determine the amount of disinfectant needed. The amount of disinfectant required can be determined by adding disinfectant water to it and measuring how much remains after a specified contact time. The contact time, temperature, and amount of pollution in the water will all affect the dosage of chlorine dioxide.
A contact time of 15 to 30 minutes is needed for the pre-oxidation and reduction of organic substances between 0,5 mg/L and 2 mg/L chlorine dioxide. The contact time is determined by the water quality. Concentrations between 0,2 mg/L and 0,4 mg/L can be used for post-disinfection. There are no health risks from the residual chlorite byproduct.
To disinfect water flowing through cooling towers, chlorine dioxide is used. It is also used to remove biofilms and prevent the formation of biofilm in cooling towers. It prevents corrosion and damage to equipment and piping, and improves pumping efficiency. Also, chlorine dioxide can be used to remove biofilm. Legionella bacteria can thrive in cool towers. The advantage of chlorine dioxide is that it can be used at pHs between 5-10 and no acid adjustments are necessary.
It is a versatile option that can also be used in sanitation applications such as heat exchangers or cooling towers. It is becoming more popular for controlling microbiological growth in dairy and beverage processing, fruit and vegetable canning, canning, etc. As food processors look for more efficient products for sanitation, this is becoming increasingly popular. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and U.S. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved it. It is just as powerful as peracetic and much cheaper than bromine and chlorine. It is an excellent choice for food processing plants. It is more cost-effective than other sanitizers and is also less toxic. It has been shown to destroy and prevent biofilms. This is a problem that food processors face when trying to kill harmful bacteria. It doesn’t have the strong odor and corrosive aspects associated with bleach.
1. Chlorine dioxide is 3-4x as potent as sodium hypochlorite or bleach and is generally effective against all types of bacteria and viruses. It has a 2.6-fold oxidizing power, which makes it very versatile and effective against many bugs. According to research, it can even reduce the oxidizing power by 6 logs.
2. It has a pH spectrum that is wider than chlorine. This makes chlorine dioxide more flexible and adaptable for many different applications. Because it doesn’t react with water, part of its biocidal effectiveness over a wide pH range is due to this. It is not able to interact with organic compounds. It can be added to systems to act as biocidal agents. While chlorine dioxide can slow down and react with primary amines, it is not safe to consume with other amines.
3. Chlorine dioxide has been registered with EPA (Registration Number. 74986-1. It is a great antimicrobial, antibiotic, and fungicide. It meets strict DIS/TISS requirements set forth by the EPA regarding disinfectant and food-contact surface sanitizer usage.
4. The FDA and the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved stabilized sodium chlorite (a precursor) and chlorine dioxide. These substances are used to kill and sterilize bacteria and mold in food processing plants.
5. The EPA is currently examining chlorine dioxide as a surface sanitizer for E.coli H7 or drug-resistant Salmonella. The EPA is currently reviewing it as a virucide for HIV and Hepatitis B as well as for use in fungicides and virucides.
6. It is the most efficient tool to disperse biofilms, and in some cases, prevent future formation. This is especially important for small cooling towers in food processing plants, where contamination from food products could result in films and algal slimes. The biofilm, or polysaccharide film, protects surfaces and harbours viable bacteria colonies.
7. It can be used on food contact surfaces at a concentration of 5 parts per million (ppm) This compound is more effective than traditional disinfection, which usually lasts 30 minutes. Because it is small in potency, it is very cost-effective.
8. Its resistance has not been demonstrated in problem cells. It is an important tool in the sanitation toolbox.
9. You can use chlorine dioxide to control odors, water purity and sanitation. ClO2 generation technology is superior to the “vacuum draw” method. This system is extremely consistent, accurate, and yields a practical value.
10. The donor of oxygen is ClO2. It makes oxygen and can be broken down into water, oxygen and common table salt. This is in contrast to chlorine or bromide, which can lead to cancerous trihalomethanes. It is also much less hazardous to equipment, making this a great choice for the natural environment. It also breaks down quickly, so it won’t cause soil erosion or produce toxic substances.
There are many ways to use chlorine dioxide. It is extremely economical and has lots of firepower. It’s also safer than other options for the surrounding environment.
Electrostatic spray is a method of applying an electrostatically charged spray to surfaces and other objects. An electrode inside an electrostatic sprayer atomizes a special solution and mixes it with air. The spray then contains positively charged particles which are capable of adhering to surfaces and other objects. Spray particles are positively charged and will adhere to any surface they touch.
Cleaning staff need only point and spray to clean awkwardly shaped items or difficult to reach places. The mist’s nature allows it to cover surfaces evenly and even envelope objects, even if it is only sprayed one side. The sanitizing agent is used to disinfect the surfaces after the spray has been applied. Electrostatic spray is a great solution to germ and contaminant-ridden areas.
The chemical droplets attract to any negative surfaces and cover the area visible, underside, and backside with the sanitizing agents. The spray will not repel surfaces that have been covered, which makes the process extremely efficient.
While you can; Spray, Dip, Wipe, Fog, Vapor, Dilute, Saturate, Mix, Immerse, Soak, Clean, Disinfect, Sanitize and deodorize, we feel that electrostatic spray cleaning is the best choice for cleaning sensitive areas and surfaces in your facility, such as offices, medical suites and clean rooms. Although it may sound aggressive for commercial cleaning, electrostatic spray/Bio-Fogging is actually quite gentle.
Electrostatic spray disinfection has many benefits and features.
- – Reduces half the time required to disinfect all surfaces and difficult-to-reach areas
- – Increases control of infection or spreading viruses like MRSA, HIV, MRSA, and Covid19
- – Chemicals are applied in a controlled and efficient manner to eliminate overuse
- – Avoids financial hardships from contagious healthcare infection
Electrostatic spray cleaning is the best choice for desktops, floors, and walls that require a spotless finish. Electrostatic spray cleaning is also a good option for equipment and difficult to reach areas. If an item of equipment is frequently used it will be cleaned with electrostatic spray cleaners. Other effective fogging methods include:
ULV fogging stands for ultra-low volume. Don’t let this fool you. This is the size of the droplet that was produced and not the volume of liquid it atomizes. Microns are the unit of measurement for droplet size. Depending on the fogger, it can vary from 5 to 120. Combine a pump with a blower to atomize the liquid and push it into the air. The coverage is greater the more liquid you push and the smaller the droplets. Many ULV foggers are available. These include automated foggers that release liquids at specific times and industrial units that quickly fill large warehouses.
HVLP fogging is high volume, low pressure fogging. This fogging service uses the right amount of disinfecting solution or another solution to the proper place. This commercial fogging service is best for areas with electronics, sensitive factory equipment, or occupied areas. It takes slightly longer than ULV fogging, but there is less disinfectant waste. It’s very precise in its application. These foggers can be used to outfit trailers and company vehicles.
The process of thermal fogging involves the vaporization of solvents to produce a gas, instead than an atomizing liquid. This fog can be used for deodorization but it can also disinfect and decontaminate. These foggers provide incredible coverage. For safety reasons, the area should not be occupied while the thermal fogging service is being performed. You can expect a longer waiting period before the occupants return. It is typically six to twelve hours. You can shorten the waiting time by using our industrial airmovers to encourage air changes.
How frequently does disinfection have to be performed?
You should disinfect according to your workplace’s needs and risks. There are certain items in every environment that are frequently touched and should be cleaned frequently throughout the day. These items include doorknobs, door handles, light switches and tabletops/countertops.
- – Take out fragile items and papers that might be damaged by moisture.
- – To prepare for disinfection, clean any dirt or grime from surfaces.
- – Make sure we are aware of any organics or exposed untreated wood..
- – You must ensure that all electrical cords and “trip hazards” are removed. Our technicians must be safe!
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The Covid-19 virus, which is still a new phenomenon, is being studied by the entire world. How does it spread? How long can people become contagious? Is it possible to be re-infected? Researchers are still trying to determine if heat or cold can kill the virus. Researchers don’t have the resources to test different disinfectants in their labs. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) compiled a list with disinfectants that met the requirements for COVID-19. The disinfectants on this list have been shown to be effective in killing similar viruses such as the human Coronavirus. Our disinfectants are from List N and kill over 99.99% bacteria and viruses from surfaces.
ClO2 is an ear-cleaning agent that is gentle and non-toxic. It can be used to treat inflammation and maintain healthy ears in cats and dogs. ClO2 is a gentle, non-toxic, ear-cleaning agent. The active ingredient is completely safe, nontoxic and non-mutagenic version of chlorine dioxide gas. ClO2 can be used to kill fleas and tick eggs, as a disinfectant and deodorizer.
- – Chlorine Dioxide has no carcinogenic properties
- – Since the 1920s, chlorine dioxide has been used as a disinfectant in drinking water.
- – It was used as a primary method to remove organic components in drinking water treatment.
- – To sanitize vegetables and fruits, chlorine dioxide is used.
- – To wash and sanitize poultry products, chlorine dioxide is used.
Worldwide, chlorine dioxide is used in many industries at a rate of 4.5 million lbs/day (2.04 Million kg/day).
- – Since the 1940s, chlorine dioxide has been used by the pulp and paper industries.
- – It is mostly used as a pesticide, insecticide, water sterilizer and disinfectant in liquid form.
- – Because it is effective against spores-forming bacteria, chlorine dioxide can be used to fight anthrax.
Environmental Impact: Our combined point-of-use generation system removes more than 95% of the petroleum plastics that could end up in landfills and oceans from purchasing gallons of conventional disinfectant. This disinfectant is usually sold in single-use disposable 32, 16 or 8 ounce plastic containers. A portion of our profits are also donated to the ocean cleanup.
We are aware of our responsibility to make the world safer, more sustainable, and healthier. We are proud of our focus on optimal health, commercial productivity, and providing value through environmentally sustainable products that improve people’s lives.
Because of its unique properties, chlorine dioxide is an excellent choice for today’s environmental challenges. It is also an environmentally preferable alternative to elemental chlorine. Unwanted pollutants like dioxins, bioaccumulative toxic substances and other organic matter are created when chlorine reacts. The EPA supports replacing bleach with ClO2 as it eliminates the potential for the production of such pollutants. It can be used as a replacement for chlorine and has all the benefits of chlorine without its drawbacks or disadvantages. Chlorinated organic material is not formed by chlorine dioxide, which does not cause the formation of trihalomethanes, haloacetic acid (HAAs), and other chlorinated compounds. This is especially important for water disinfection, the main use of chlorine dioxide. Chlorine dioxide also has other properties that make it more efficient than chlorine. It requires a lower dosage and has a lower environmental impact.
The chart below shows that a chlorine dioxide molecule has a 0.124-nm size, which is much smaller than viruses and microorganisms. This allows it to penetrate any area where microorganisms might be hiding.
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