Following tests with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a list of bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi, mold, yeast, and bacterial spores aginst which CIO2 from TwinOxide has been tested was generated. To date, no microorganism has proven effective against chlorine dioxide.
Published in the Frontiers of Microbiology in June 2017, researchers Montazeri et al. investigate the efficacy of chlorine dioxide- and hydrogen peroxide-based disinfectants as a fog/mist against the human norovirus.
Chlorine Dioxide is a Better Disinfectant than Sodium Hypochlorite against Multi-Drug Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Acinetobacter baumanniiChlorine Dioxide is a Better Disinfectant than Sodium Hypochlorite against Multi-Drug Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Acinetobacter baumannii
Published in the Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases in 2015, Hinenoya et al. investigate and claim that chlorine dioxide is a better disinfectant than sodium hypochlorite, a competitor disinfectant solution, against MRSA, MDRP, and MDRA.
TwinOxide is a biocide and oxidizing agent for water purification.
“EPA-registered” means a product should do what the label says and should not pose an unreasonable hazard to your health. … “FDA-approved” means the product has been tested and deemed safe for consumer use by the Food and Drug Administration.
|Disinfectant Attributes||Twin Oxide
|PPE Not Required||✓||X||X|
|No COPD or Asthma Risk||✓||X||X|
|Available as Spray, Fog, or Mist||✓||X||X|
|No Wiping Necessary||✓||X||X|
|Broad Spectrum Kill||✓||✓||✓|
|No Fabric Discoloration||✓||X||X|