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Facility Cleaning

Facility Cleaning

Improve Visitor Health & Hygiene by harnessing natural processes, our bio-enzymatic technology provides immediate effects and longer-term residual benefits for cleaning and odor control. The residual cleaning effects and the extended microbial cleaning capabilities provide penetration and organic removal efficacy unmatched by standard chemical products.

Touch-Points & Microbial Attack

Facility cleaning productsTouch-Points are places touched by several persons multiple times per day. Control of contamination and surface damage caused by bacteria, mold and mildew are a serious concern for everyone.

Touch-Points (human contact), floors, ceilings, overhead pipes, passageways, process walls and doors are reservoirs for damaging and dangerous bacteria. It is a known fact that these microbes can live on surfaces that appear to be clean. Microbial growth can be activated by high moisture or temperature elevations. Standard cleaning and sanitizing protocols are often ineffective in controlling the growth of microorganisms.

There are two problems that are often caused by common cleaning chemicals; first is the adaptive nature of microorganisms to chemical attack. These microbes are becoming increasingly more difficult to destroy. The surviving microbes begin reproducing rapidly. Secondly, chemical residues and dead microbes become a food source for new microbes to feed upon and grow exponentially.

What is creating this need for ProVetLogic Advanced Facility Cleaning Technology?

According to the World Health Organization, infection is the #1 cause of death worldwide and the #3 cause of death in the United States. Twenty-five years ago 90% of infections could be controlled by antibiotics. Today that number is less than 50%. US News and World Report says $50 billion or more is spent each year by US businesses due to absenteeism. Today’s chemicals, disinfectants and sterilants are causing microorganisms to mutate creating “superbugs”.

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