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Innovative high tech manufacturing process
The production of Airvisan, involves the electrolysis of molten salts. It utilizes electrolytic cells encompassing anodes and cathodes in chamber cells, by passing an electrical current through a high purity solution of water and sodium chloride. An oxidation-reduction (Redox) process occurs, generating an extremely potent antimicrobial mixture, capable of rapid elimination of bacteria, viruses, spores, cysts and fungi.
Airvisan destroys microorganisms via a twofold process
A high ORP value (redox potential) of about 850-900mV damages microbial membrane cell structures. Active chlorine in the form of hypochlorous acid, then attacks the complex internal structure of these cells, making them inert. These actions ensure that microorganisms cannot mutate or multiply to build up resistance to Airvisan, as they can do with other sanitizers.
Capable of cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting and deodorizing in a single step, AirVisan's Sanitising Solution is the natural solution for a wide range of cleaning challenges. Germs, bacteria, viruses and other malevolent micro-organisms may be small in size, but the threat that they pose to human health is striking. AirVisan has a residual effect, and keeps on working if left on surfaces longer, although the speed of kill is proven to take seconds. When cleanliness really counts, professionals reach for AirVisan's Sanitising Solution.
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