Ready-to-use sporicidal cleaner sanitizer
With rising concerns in regards to germ resistance (such as MRSA ; VRE ; or C. Diff.), High Touch Areas have to be treated with more care than ever. Due to their over expositions with pathogens, and their proximity with the patients, healthcare settings are in need of an all-in-one solution: Sanitizer Surfaces S1.
Thanks to its unique boosted Hydrogen Peroxide technology, the Sanitizer Surfaces S1 offers a fully virucidal and sporicidal efficacy, increased detergence capabilities, while being safe for the workers’ environment. Easy-to-use and food contact approved, our versatile sanitizer constitutes the ideal product for the responsible IPC managers of today and tomorrow. Thanks to its revolutionary oxidative technology, the Sanitizer Surfaces S1 steps in the fight against germ resistance and dry biofilms for a more sustainable and safer environment.
Tested in dirty conditions
With a strong detergent capability, the Sanitizer Surfaces S1 cleans and disinfects at the same time. With tests and norms performed under dirty conditions (incl. EN 16615 (4-field test)) in order to simulate real-life practices, the Sanitizer Surfaces S1 is a truly effective 2-in-1.
Fully virucidal and sporicidal
Sanitizer Surfaces S1 covers the entire spectrum from bacteria, fungus, yeast, and mycobacteria, to spores (incl. C. Diff.) and enveloped/ non enveloped viruses. This all-in-one Sanitizer offers a completely safe solution for healthcare workers and their patients.
Exempt of hazardous symbol, it can easily be used by any operator according to the direction for use. Highly biodegradable, it reverts back into water and oxygen after use, making the Sanitizer Surfaces S1 safe for all, but not the germs.
Our revolutionary technology raises all standards of efficacy thanks to its high oxidative killing rate against microorganisms, incl. superbugs MDR. Unlike alcohol and quaternary ammonium compounds, our Sanitizers don’t generate dangerous Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), and are highly active against dry-biofilm matrixes.