DoxyKlor: the All-purpose Anti-microbial Liquid

Once in a while, a product comes onto the market at just the right time. After nearly a decade of research and laboratory trials, DoxyKlor is that product. Reagent-grade components that are blended in a patented colloid-based technology and buffered to create an ultra-pure, ultra-efficient disinfectant for hospital, industrial and commercial use. DoxyKlor’s chemistry creates a size-selective biocide that safely destroys proteins and amino acids in bacteria, viruses, fungi and other pathogens.

DoxyKlor is a biofilm-busting virucide and bactericide created for use against hundreds of types of pathogens in as little as 15 seconds and is included on the EPA N-list for efficacy against Covid-19.

Created to eliminate today’s problem pathogens, DoxyKlor has proven more efficacious and safe than competing products like hypochlorite and quats. In addition DoxyKlor has the advantage of superb biofilm remediation, no pathogenic mutation and an extremely broad spectrum across a very wide variety of temperatures and pH. This new, ready to use disinfectant can easily be diluted with water for lower-concentration sanitizing purposes to extend affordability and versatility. 

DoxyKlor is GRAS for food prep surfaces by the FDA and is a safer alternative for workers, the environment and the public in a no-rinse format. Biodegradable, no VOCs, nonflammable, non-residual, no environmental accumulation or motility in soil and does not promote disinfectant resistance. More stable than bleach, DoxyKlor contains a low concentration of pure, active chlorine dioxide. DoxyKlor is unaffected by the presence of bleach, ammonia or ozone, or other residuals on surfaces or in cleaning water. 

Use DoxyKlor in mop water, sinks, spray or wipe manually, or use in electrostatic or atomizing sprayers or misting foggers to disinfect materials including stainless steel, copper, plastics and other hard surfaces in food prep and storage areas, refrigeration units, bottles, filtration membranes, boot baths, greenhouses, pharmaceutical clean rooms, biosafety cabinets, restrooms, meat slicers and counters, restaurants and bars, grocery carts & produce bins, cutting boards and utensils, child care toys and facilities, classrooms, congregate living facilities, hotel spas and pools, potable water tanks, animal holding and care facilities, buses and cruise ships, hospitals and morgues. The unique properties of DoxyKlor also allow for odor control and sanitizing of ambient air via fog atomized.

Extremely Efficacious at Low Concentration, Unaffected by Pathogenic Mutation, Works in Almost All Environments, Broad Spectrum, Good Shelf Life, Single Step…….the Gold Standard

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PROBLEMS SOLVED.

For decades, food processing & commercial facilities managers have sought an effective replacement for noxious antimicrobials, particularly chlorine. Similar to the way that carbon dioxide is NOT carbon. The active chlorine dioxide in DoxyKlor is NOT chlorine. In fact, it's significantly better. Experts, including the World Health Organization, have long agreed that active chlorine dioxide is the best alternative. 

Chlorine dioxide is a size-selective antimicrobial disinfectant that destroys proteins in viruses, gram-positive & gram-negative bacteria, fungi, spores & more. It's used in hospitals to control antimicrobial-resistant pathogens without contributing to mutation (which bleach & hydrogen peroxide can), is trusted by the US government for decontamination of buildings & is the only choice for Anthrax decontamination.  


Active chlorine dioxide was limited to large municipal and industrial operations, being prone to explosion during on-site generation & the need for expensive cumbersome, difficult to control on-site generators (because of the extremely brief shelf life). So-called "stable" chlorine dioxide (made from corrosive acidic tablets or powder mixed with water)  is prone to impurities that interfere with performance, creates residual byproducts also breaks down rapidly so that chlorine dioxide produced has a limited chance of actually reaching the target surface. Even with these drawbacks & limited efficacy, chlorine dioxide showed great promise with antimicrobial efficacy approximating that of more common active antimicrobial ingredients.

 

Then came DoxyKlor. Using a major technological breakthrough, a process was developed to consistently and reliable capture and hold active chlorine dioxide in a shelf-stable, non-reactive, non-flammable colloidal suspension. This patented process, along with the use of reagent-grade ingredients to ensure full potency, resulted in DoxyKlor, the first and only ready-to use, reliable, controlled and consistent mechanism for actually delivering chlorine dioxide gas onto target surfaces where the product unleashes the active chlorine dioxide powerhouse to quickly & effectively destroy pathogens. The gas evaporates harmlessly with the aqueous solution after a few minutes, leaving no residue.

DoxyKlor - third-party test results

 

C. sporogenes

E. faesium

E. coli

L. monocytogenes

15 second kill time

Clostridium sporogenes

Enterococcus faesium

Escherichi coli

Listeria monocytogenes

98.07% kill

99.99% kill

99.99% kill

99.99% kill

15 second dwell time

15 second dwell time

15 second dwell time

15 second dwell time

Staphylococcus

aureus

30-second kill time

EPA

ASTM

testing

for high-level disinfectant

Clostridium

difficile

Salmonella enterica

Pseudemonas

aeruginosa

Adenonivirus

Staphylococcus

aureus

Clostridium

difficile

Efficacy: Chlorine Dioxide

 in aqueous solution

Examples - summary data from various

studies published in peer-reviewed journals           

Antimicrobial Resistance Chart

Highest Resistance to Lowest Resistance (Top to Bottom)

          

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21 CFR 178 Subpart B - Substances Utilized To Control the Growth of Microorganisms
§ 178.1010 - Sanitizing solutions.(29) Solutions identified in paragraph (b)(34) of this section should provide, when ready to use, at least 100 parts per million and not more than 200 parts per million available chlorine dioxide as determined by the method titled “Iodometric Method for the Determination of Available Chlorine Dioxide (50-250 ppm available ClO2).