Active ingredients (A.I.):Silver Ions embedded in a matrix of near Nano Amino Acid as a suspension.
To inhibit growth of pathogens.
To remove bad odour.
For Use In Hospitals and Municipal Solid waste
Bio-safe, Eco-friendly, Green Technology
ONLY REGULAR USAGE GIVES OPTIMUM RESULTS.
RESULTS FOR FIRST TIME APPLICATION MAY BE NOTICEABLE ONLY AFTER 6-10 HOURS AFTER APPLICATION.
NOTE: Silvclean is not conceived for decomposition of the organic waste.
Silvclean is specially developed to eliminate offensive hospital odors on contact without masking them with fragrances.
It will effectively cleanse the air of offensive odors, complement existing ventilation systems and result in a fresh smelling environment.
This will help create a healthy, chemical free atmosphere for patients to recuperate in.
Silvclean is specially developed to inhibit growth of pathogens.
Silvclean does not contain VOCs, harmful or ozone depleting chemicals and is especially beneficial for those suffering from allergies and chemical sensitivity.
Floor Mopping: 1-2 ml/ sq m
Laundry: 1.5-2.5 ml/ Kg Linen
Hand Wash: 1 ml/ wash
Hazardous waste pretreatment: 20-25 ml diluted in 1 L water and liberally sprayed.
In hospitals, organic waste comes from various sources, including food waste, human feces and urine.
Human feces collected at the bed of a patient presents risks of contagion, so the feces are collected in metal pans, taken to a central collection unit and disinfected by thermal treatment.
Since the used and clean bed pans are handled in the same area, there is an extra risk of contagion.
Also organic waste, starts decomposing and emanate foul odor if microbes are present; which again affect the patients and attendants psychologically and physiologically.
Another problem that arises in hospitals is that wastewater is contaminated by medicine residues and hormone disruptors, often contained within the feces and urine of patients.
Even though wastewater containing medicine residues and endocrine disruptors is disposed of and treated by conventional wastewater treatment plants, it is well known that these substances are hardly affected by such processes.
While concentrations of Antibiotics, Hormones and other harsh chemicals in surface water may still be relatively low, it has already been proven that aquatic life has been much affected by such waters.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities with chemical, sick room, urine, fecal, vomit, spill, bacteria, fungus, mold, mildew, food and other odors can result in complaints from patients who perceive the air to be polluted and unhealthy.