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D7 Multi-Use Disinfectant / Decontaminant

$129.95$1,625.00

D7 is a Bactericidal and Broad-spectrum disinfectant that delivers complete inactivation of Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538), Salmonella enterica (ATCC 10708), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (ATCC 15442). Unlike alternate disinfectants, D7 chemically cleaves the spore wall then neutralizes the mycotoxin inside. It also changes the osmotic pressure around the cell, which causes an imbalance in the internal cellular pressure resulting in the total collapse of the cellular membrane.

  • As a deodorizer for HVAC systems ductwork
  • Carpet Cleaning and deodorizing
  • Effective on pet urine, feces, and other organic stains and odors
  • Mold removal and stain removal
  • Sewer backup & river flooding mitigation
  • Vehicle disinfection
  • Water and smoke damage restoration

Description

The original formula on which D7 is based was created through funding granted by the Department of Energy in Sandia Laboratories. Utilizing cutting-edge developments in chemical science, Decon7 capitalizes on the natural cleaning power of hydrogen peroxide, penetrating and disarming toxins at a molecular level. This specialized formula penetrates and eliminates pathogenic bacteria, sanitizing down to the molecular level to prevent future outbreaks. D7 Decontaminant is derived from aqueous-based decontamination technology that can rapidly neutralize highly toxic chemical and biological materials. It is a hydrogen peroxide-based formulation that also contains surfactants (i.e., soap), mild solvents, inorganic salts, and water. D7 Decontaminant kills the most common pathogens, including those found in biofilms, and neutralizes toxins.

DIN 02441039

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SIZE

4 Quart Kit, 4 Gallon Kit, 10 Gallon Kit, 30 Gallon Kit

Industries

Commercial, Emergency Responders, Institutional, Recreational, Remediators, Transportation

Solutions

Biohazard Decontamination, Cleaning & Disinfecting, Flood & Disaster Restoration, Mould Remediation

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