Human CORONAVIRUS DISINFECTION
The Pure Maintenance system will destroy the human coronavirus upon contact. Additionally, the EverPURE protectant will protect your surfaces from other dangerous bacteria and pathogens for up to 90 days.
One challenge when treating emerging pathogens is the lack of available specimens for testing and the time it often takes to verify the effectiveness of various solutions. We are pleased to report that recent tests demonstrate that the coronavirus is not only fairly easy to kill on surfaces when an oxidizer is applied, but that our patented disinfectant, InstaPure, has been verified as effective at killing the coronavirus.
The coronavirus is an "enveloped virus". Enveloped viruses are killed on contact and require very little dwell time to kill. A building can typically be treated in one day, providing safety and peace of mind to anyone anxious about contracting the virus from contact with surfaces.
The EPA has issued the following guidelines for products that can be used to kill the COVID-19 Coronavirus:
The product should be an EPA-registered, hospital/healthcare or broad-spectrum disinfectant with directions for use on hard, porous, or non-porous surfaces.
The currently accepted product label (from an EPA registered product as described above in III.)
Should have disinfectant efficacy claims against at least one of the following viral pathogen groupings:
A product should be approved by EPA to inactivate at least one large or one small non-enveloped virus to be eligible for use against an enveloped emerging viral pathogen.
A product should be approved by EPA to inactivate at least one small, non-enveloped virus to be eligible for use against a large, non-enveloped emerging viral pathogen.
A product should be approved by EPA to inactivate at least two small, non-enveloped viruses to be eligible for use against a small, non-enveloped emerging viral pathogen.
According to their label claims InstaPURE and EverPURE qualify under these EPA guidelines.
Below you can find all of the resource material referenced in guidelines.
For further research on killing enveloped viruses, visit our Studies & Documents Library.
This FDA approved and EPA registered process can and will kill the virus that is on any exposed surface in a building but cannot stop the spreading of the coronavirus should someone become contaminated through person-to-person contact. Strict adherence to CDC protocols is paramount to prevent person-to-person contamination. This technology prevents the virus from living on any surfaces in your home, workspace, or establishment and spreading through surface-to-human contact.