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Seek & Destroy

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Sword and Shield Protocol:

The synergy between vaporized hydrogen peroxide and highly versatile Antimicrobial polymer coating works in perfect harmony seeking and destroying Infectious Diseases, Viruses, Bacteria, Spores, and fungi achieving a 6-log kill while creating a safeguard that effectively protects up to 90 days.


  • Vaporized hydrogen peroxide(VHP) and Peracetic Acid

  • H2O2 and PAA solutions are environmentally friendly broad-spectrum disinfectants providing numerous benefits

  • Decomposing into water and oxygen, plus vinegar for the PAA

  • Leaving no harmful by-products or residues on the treated surfaces, unlike some other more traditional chemical disinfectants

  • Destroying a broad spectrum of microorganisms(bacteria, fungi, viruses, spores) including numerous viruses even at low doses

  • Providing high disinfection power on solid surfaces.

  • Being compatible with a broad range of surfaces enabling long-term usage without damage

  • Being suitable for disinfection of surfaces in contact with food and for healthcare and critical settings and devices

  • Easy and safe use of diluted non-flammable solutions


  • Multilevel Antimicrobial Polymer Coating

  • Effective to eliminate Covid-19 and 100+  viruses and bacteria

  • 90-day smart antimicrobial coating technology provides lasting protection and surface disinfection against microbial contamination

  • Continuous uninterrupted killing

  • Eco-friendly

  • Germs will be killed when they are connected to the organic microcapsule coating

  • Slowly activate and exudate gaseous bacterial ingredients to kill germs

  • Anti-Adhesion: Prevent bacteria from accumulating and forming pollution

  • Nanocapsules can adhere to hard surfaces like handles, countertops, and handrails, but it also works on soft materials like fabric, plastic, and more.

ULV Disinfection:

ULV fogging equipment is used predominately for the application of disinfectants, biocides, fungicides and pesticides. ULV fogging machines generate a fog or mist formed of Ultra-Low Volume (ULV) droplets between 5-50 microns (μm) in diameter. Studies have shown that droplets of this size are ideal to tackle pathogens, vector carriers and pests. In addition formulations can be applied in concentrations of 10-90% and at flow rates of up to 0.5 liters per minute (30 liters per hour) making them more efficient in the Volume Median Diameter (VMD) spectrum.

Thermal Foggers:

Much like a ULV Fogger, a Thermal Fogger is a piece of equipment for dispersing pesticide products in the air as a mist or fog. However, unlike ULV Foggers which use cool, low-pressure air currents to produce fog, thermal foggers use heat to actually vaporize a fogging solution and spray it out of a nozzle in the form of fog. The primary benefit of using thermal foggers is that the fog is denser, more visible, and the particles of pesticide are of a smaller size and hang in the air for a longer duration. They also create more fog faster than your average ULV device or fogging machine, making it better suited to covering large outdoor spaces quickly and efficiently. Thermal foggers are often much larger than ULV models and are generally recommended only for outdoor use.

HACCP Qualified and NSF Certified super heated dry vapor steam:

Vapor Steam Systems are cleaning devices that use steam to quickly dry, clean, and sanitize inanimate surfaces. Often the process is effective enough to disinfect and sterilize surfaces. The steam is produced in a boiler that heats tap water to high temperatures of 310 – 365 degrees to produce low – pressure (several atmospheres), low moisture (4 to 6% water) water vapor (steam). The steam's ability to clean is based primarily on its heat. Vapor steam cleaners are cited as examples of green cleaning since they do not require the use of chemicals and cleaning solutions. They are highly effective at sanitizing and combating mold, bacteria, viruses, and other forms of bio-contamination due to the steam's high temperature. Most viruses are deactivated at temperatures between 165-212 degrees Fahrenheit. Dry vapor steam has also been cited as effective in killing dust mites in carpet, bedding, and upholstery. Additionally, dry vapor steam has shown to be effective for killing bedbugs and their eggs when reaching temperatures of 150-170 degrees Fahrenheit. 

(VHP) Vaporized hydrogen peroxide: 

VHP is registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a sterilant, which the EPA defines as a “substance that destroys or eliminates all forms of microbial life in the inanimate environment, including all forms of vegetative bacteria, bacterial spores, fungi, fungal spores, and viruses. As a sterilant, VHP is one of the chemicals approved for decontamination of anthrax spores from contaminated buildings, such as occurred during the 2001 anthrax attacks in the U.S . VHP has been investigated as an airborne disinfectant and infection control measure for hospitals and has been shown to reduce the incidence of nosocomial infections from a number of pathogens. 

(UVGI) Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation:

Because UV-C is such a powerful antibacterial and antiviral energy, it is no surprise that we have made efforts to reproduce this light as a method for cleaning. The use of UV-C as a method for killing viruses and bacteria is called UVGI. While a fancy term, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation is simply the method of using short-wavelength UV-C light to disinfect and kill microorganisms and pathogens. UVGI is used for disinfecting surfaces, air, and water and has been recommended to isolate diseases and as a bio-defense system in military and government buildings. UVGI's effectiveness depends on how long the microorganisms are exposed to UV light. However, the light intensity and wavelength can also kill the microorganism faster. 

Electrostatic Disinfection: 

Electrostatic spray surface cleaning is the process of spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces and objects. The electrostatic spray uses a specialized solution that is combined with air and atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer. Subsequently, the spray contains positively charged particles that are able to aggressively adhere to surfaces and objects. Because the particles in the spray are positively charged, they cling to and coat any surface they’re aimed at. For awkwardly shaped objects or hard-to-reach places, cleaning staff only have to point and spray; the nature of the mist allows it to coat surfaces evenly, and envelope objects—even if the mist is only sprayed from one side. After the spray is applied, the sanitizing agent works to disinfect the covered surfaces. For this reason, the electrostatic spray is an excellent solution for germ and contaminant-ridden areas.​

Shock Ozone Treatment:

High ozone shock treatment or ozone blasting is a process for removing unwanted odor, and killing mold, vermin and microorganisms in commercial and residential buildings. The treatment is less expensive than some alternative methods of sterilizing indoor spaces - cleaning or removal of building material, or in extreme cases the abandonment of sick buildings. High ozone shock treatment involves using an ozone generator with a timer to create lethal levels of ozone in an enclosed odor ridden or mold-affected room or building for a short period of time, between one and several hours. For safety reasons, the affected area must be evacuated of people, animals and live plants for the duration of the exposure, and for a long enough period afterwards to allow the ozone to dissipate.

Mass Spectrometry

Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry(GC-MS) is an analytical method that combines the features of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry to identify different substances within a test sample. Applications of GC-MS include drug detection, fire investigation, environmental analysis, explosives investigation, and identification of unknown samples, including that of material samples obtained from planet Mars during probe missions as early as the 1970s. GC-MS can also be used in airport security to detect substances in luggage or on human beings. Additionally, it can identify trace elements in materials that were previously thought to have disintegrated beyond identification. Like liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry, it allows analysis and detection even of tiny amounts of a substance. GC-MS has been regarded as a GOLD STANDARD for forensic substance identification because it is used to perform a 100% specific test, which positively identifies the presence of a particular substance. A nonspecific test merely indicates that any of several in a category of substances is present. Although a nonspecific test could statistically suggest the identity of the substance, this could lead to false positive identification. However, the high temperatures (300°C) used in the GC-MS injection port (and oven) can result in thermal degradation of injected molecules, thus resulting in the measurement of degradation products instead of the actual molecule(s) of interest.

Laser Particle Counter:

Laser particle counters help you monitor your indoor air quality and know when to take action to reduce allergens and ensure your air stays healthy. These handheld devices use scattered light technology to detect small and large particles in your air including common allergy triggers like pollen, dust, pet dander, and mold. Ultimately, particle counters help you identify air quality problems and stand ready to restore healthy air.  A laser particle counter uses a laser to detect and count small and large particles floating in your room's air. The counter's readings give you a general idea of the total amount of particles -- or symptom triggers -- in your space. You can place a laser particle counter on a table in a central location to continuously monitor your air. Or tote it around with you to test different areas in your home. Most particle counters for home use will measure large particles greater than 5 microns and small particles from just under 1 micron to 5 microns. Although it can't tell you what kinds of particles are being measured, you'll get an idea of the types based on the sizes. The bullets below shows the average micron sizes of different types of allergens and airborne pollutants.   

  • Pollen - 7 to 100 microns

  • Pet Dander - 2.5 - 10 microns

  • Mold Spore - 10 - 30 microns

  • Dust - 0.1 to 100 microns

  • Dust Mite - 250 - 300 microns

  • Smoke Particles - 0.01 - 1 micron

  • Airborne Bacteria - 1 to 10 microns

  • Pet Hair - 50 to 150 microns

You can also use an allergen test kit to find out exactly what types of allergens are lingering in your air.

ATP Hygiene Monitoring:

You've cleaned, sanitized, and disinfected your building. But how do you know your facility is actually clean?

Doing a simple eye scan isn't enough. Bacteria and viruses can grow and replicate without us knowing. Contamination can't be seen with the naked eye. There is a process called an ATP test that can tell you how clean a surface is. ATP tests are mainly used in the food industry to test whether or not a surface is ready for food distribution, but has quickly become a standard for cleanliness in other industries as well. The test generates a number that correlates to the amount of pathogens living on a surface. If an ATP reading is high, it's an indication that additional cleaning needs to be performed before microbes on a surface grow out of control, potentially causing serious illness. ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate, which is an energy molecule found in all living things. By testing for the presence of ATP on a surface, you're testing for the presence or growth of microorganisms, like bacteria.

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