Dermal infections- Fungal, bacterial & yeast
- I.E.) Acne, Candida, Ringworm, Athlete’s Foot, & Dermatitis Concentration 5-10 ppm
Hands, feet, and other skin regions
- Antiseptic skin disinfectant for noncritical, semi critical, and critical applications Concentration 50 ppm
Cuts, scrapes, scratches, wounds, lesions
- Wound irrigant solution (including skin not-intact) Concentration 5-10 ppm
All hair types, (i.e. dreadlocks, animal coats, and fur)
- Can be used as a shampoo disinfectant and conditioning softener Concentration 80 ppm
Oral dental paste, rinse or wash
- Eliminate bacteria responsible for periodontitis and gingivitis, whitens stained teeth and improves other ailments like tooth abscess, toothache, thrush, and gum disease Concentration 10 ppm
Disinfectant and virucide on dental surfaces, medical equipment and tools (i.e. dental pumice)
- Apply to infectious or contamination surfaces and kill microorganisms at the source Concentration 500 ppm
NON- FOOD CONTACT, HARD SURFACES
BATHROOMS – Toilets, Showers, Stalls, Bathes, Hot-tubs, Sinks, Countertops, Handles, and Tile
FLOORING/WALLS – Sealed concrete, Glazed Tile Floors, Finished Woods, Vinyls, and Plastics
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT – Gyms, Locker Rooms, Workout Studios, Saunas and Steam Rooms
METALS – Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Cast Iron, Copper, and Food Processing Equipment
ELECTRONICS – Chlorine dioxide gas is safe on most electronics with no adverse effects or corrosion
- Light concentration 25 ppm
- Moderate concentration 50 ppm
- Heavy concentration 200 ppm
- Virucide concentration 500 ppm
Food packages, wrappers, seals, bags, etc, .
- Concentration 100 ppm
Food contact surfaces
- Counters, Tables, Cabinets, Appliances, Stoves, Equipment, Tools, Utensils Concentration 20 ppm
Freezers, refrigerators, ice machines, and other water contact surfaces
- No toxic residue left behind Concentration 15 ppm
Disinfect cracks and crevices with where food is prepared, stored, or shelved
- Vapor fogging with no rinse required Concentration 20 ppm
FOOD HANDLING PROCESSING, EQUIPMENT & STORAGE
Potable drinking water for human, livestock, and other animal consumption
- Destroy bacteria, viruses and parasites Concentration 0.8 ppm
- Pools, ponds, and decorative displays Concentration 5 ppm
- Such as chiller water and humidification water in poultry houses Concentration 10 ppm
- Continuous application concentration 0.25 ppm – remove algae & biofilm throughout system(s)
- Shock & remedial treatment concentration 50 ppm – recommended twice monthly, maintained for 12 hours followed by full flush
- Moderate concentration 100 ppm – industrial
- Heavy concentration 300 ppm – wastewater, gray water tanks
PRODUCE & COMMODITIES
- Root, tuber, bulb, legume, fruiting and leafyd (i.e.: Whole carrots, Lima beans, Uncut husked corn, Blanched peas, Tomatoes, Uncut fruits and vegetables) Concentration 3 ppm
- At point of harvest covers produce surfaces and can enter into wounds and stem scars — the point where produce is picked to keep food – common entryways for harmful pathogens Concentration 0.25 ppm
- Disinfect and inactivate pathogens such as Avian Influenza A and more Concentration 5-15 ppm
RAW MEAT & FISH
Antimicrobial for seafood, finfish, crustaceans, poultry and other meat carcass
- Use as a dip, rinse, soak, or spray to thaw, transport or for storing Concentration 70 ppm
- Remove odor at the source by killing bacteria. Ensure all ducting and surfaces are damp before drying Concentration 100 ppm
- Inactive and kill molds, allergens, and other airborne pathogens. Open confined space and air out vapor before re-occupying Concentration 500 ppm
- Holding rooms, sick rooms, morgues and work rooms (where animals can be removed) Concentration 725 to 1,100 ppm
- For porous (soft) and non-porous (hard) surfaces Concentration 20 ppm
- Disinfect porous and non-porous, NON-food contact surfaces Concentration 100 ppm
- Clean litter boxes, cages, and of the like concrete floors Concentration 500 ppm
- Animal holding rooms, sick rooms, morgues and work rooms where animals can be removed Concentration 725 to 1,100 ppm
- Control and suppress harmful bacteria and algae. Use as a preventative to stop the spreading of contamination across equipment and tools Concentration 0.8 ppm
- Wash, rinse, or soak (especially common entryways for harmful pathogens) to keep food from spoiling due to bacteria Concentration 0.25 ppm
- Decontaminate materials or debris, mold, mildew, and slime-forming-bacteria on walls, floors, ceilings, or other growing surfaces Concentration 1,000 ppm
- Used principally in treatment for mal-odor/ taste occurring water. Apply when treating and cleaning water in coolers, warmers, pasteurizers, and canning Concentration 0.25 to 0.50 ppm
GREENHOUSE, FUNGI, & PLANTS
- Sanitize hard and soft NON-food contact surfaces Concentration 50 ppm
- Floors, carpets, work and holding rooms where animals can be removed Concentration 500 ppm
- Litter boxes, cages, stalls, removes biomatter, including feces Concentration 650 ppm
- Deodorize (i.e. skunks,) disinfect (biomatter,) sanitize (wounds, lacerations, scratches) Concentration 80 ppm
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**
EPA BASED CLEAN SOLUTIONS USAGE AND PPM CONCENTRATION
EPA APPROVED CONCENTRATIONS & USES LIST
(Starts on page 60) EPA RED DOC
PDF MIXING INSTRUCTIONS (With Images)
VeriSan™ MIXING & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Not intended for internal use. Harmful if swallowed.
Keep out of reach of children.
Sodium Chlorite (NaClO2) EPA CAS Reg No. 7758-19-2 US EPA
Safety Data Sheet (SODIUM CHLORITE)
Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) EPA CAS Reg No. 7647-01-0 US EPA
Safety Data Sheet (HYDROCHLORIC ACID)
Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) EPA CAS Reg No. :10049-04-4 US EPA
For a full list of EPA approved uses click here – EPA approved concentrations & uses (Starts on page 60)
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