Bacoban DLUS Multi Surface Cleaner Canadian Formulation 750ml
Accurate Supply Ltd.
Regular price $29.99
The Newest Technology and the Next Generation in Cleaning
How Does Bacoban Work?
Conventional disinfectants are effective immediately - but only for a short period. Microorganisms are only destroyed during the wet time of the traditional disinfectant’s active period. When the traditional disinfectant has evaporated, the cleaned area is again subjected to microbial strains. Between traditional disinfectant cleaning times a hygiene gap is developed. During this hygiene gap there can be a continuous settlement by microorganisms allowing for cross contamination.
Bacoban resolves this hygiene gap. This unique patented controlled release technology allows Bacoban to provide a lasting effect, destroying pathogens and protecting surfaces between cleanings.
Bacoban is Water Based and Ready To Use!
Continuously effective for up to 10 days
No volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
Will not damage surfaces
Alcohol, Phenol & Aldehyde free
Kills 99.99% of bacteria, fungus & viruses including Hep B & C, HIV, Influenza (H1N1, H5N1), Rotavirus & Adenoviruses, Norovirus, TB & more
Significantly contributes to odor control
Globally patented controlled release technology
Health Canada issued DIN# 02467690
Made in Canada
Why the Anti-microbial effect for up to 10 days?
After BACOBAN DLUS is applied, its carrier (which is simply water) evaporates. BACOBAN DLUS then forms nano-sized sponges which store the commonly found biocide/active ingredient, Benzalkonium Chloride.
The biocide “housing” stored within the microscopic layer is referred as Sol-gel. When a new pathogen settles on this layer there is an interaction between the pathogen’s liquid carrier and this microscopic layer. The interaction triggers a release of the disinfectant from the blue housing. This delivers the disinfectant (BZK) through a controlled release system which can last on a surface for up to 10 days with a proven process that utilizes patented technology to kill the invading pathogens.