What can you use to disinfect workplace kitchens from corona virus

August 19, 2020 1 min read

What can you use to disinfect workplace kitchens from corona virus

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl), which is used in our surface and hand disinfectants, Hypurazone and Chloroskyn, is non-toxic and safe for human consumption.

Research has been undertaken in its effective use in the food industry with fascinating results.

  1. It is better for washing dishes as they are cleaner and less likely to be corroded compared to more extreme acids or alkaline solutions
  2. HOCI reduces damage to the environment by limiting the use of bleach
  3. It effectively reduces microbial counts on food and the surfaces coming into contact with food.

Using Hypurazone regularly in the workplace kitchen can reassure employees that they are not only sanitising to prevent contamination but also not going to harm themselves or others if their food comes in contact with the product. At home you can use Hypurazone to keep your home free of bacteria and viruses and feel confident in the knowledge that your pets and children are safe and the product is environmentally friendly.

These are just a few examples of the many applications for HOCI, ensuring a cleaner, safer and natural way to prevent infection.

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