R&D company with unique environmental purification technology
Sterilization Mechanism of NEOCL-ClO2
Erradication of harmful Germ
Effective for over 700 species including super bacteria, food poisoning Escherichia coli (O157), Staphylococcus aureus, resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Salmorella, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
- other agents
In the case of general medicine, the bactericidal effect is effective, but the resistance to the drug is high.
It is effective to remove bacteria to effectively eliminate the formation of odor-causing metabolites and by-products.
In the case of fungus that smells from bacteria, spores float and grow in the air, so it is efficient to prevent and sterilize the growth.
NEOCL-ClO2's strong oxidizing power destroys bacterial cell membranes, cracks and destroys bacterial nuclei, and prevents the occurrence of resistant bacteria. Eliminates harmful bacteria such as various pathogenic bacteria and food poisoning bacteria and fungal bacteria found in the house
Virus Sterilization Mechanism of NEOCL-ClO2
Hazardous Virus Removal- damages the DNA structure of the virus and stops replication to remove it.
Effective for corona virus,swine flu, foot and mouth disease, pathogenic virus, etc.
Damage on DNA and Membrane
No Replication (Cell wall damage)
Destroys the virus's DNA structure, stopping its replication and eliminating it.
It is sterilized because it is impossible to land and replicate on the cell wall due to damage of DNA structure.
Sterilization and control of Corona Virus,'Swine Flu, foot and mouth disease, pathogenic virus, etc.' certified through NeoCL-ClO2 authorized test institute
Test of pathogenicbacteria and virus
Powerful Sterilization & Virus Removal
|Food poisoning bacteria including enteritis (Vibrio)||60 (10>)||99.99%||10ppm|
|(O-157/food poisoning)||60> (10>)||99.9%||10ppm|
|swine fever & FMD(Foot-Mouth)||60> (10>)||99.9%||10ppm|
* Mostly sterilized under 1ppm low concentration / Most harmful bacteria are removed
※ Inspection Institution
Korea Health Industry Development Institute
Seoul Metropolitan Institute of Health and Environment
Korea Environmental Water Research Institute
Korea Convergence Testing Institute
Flu Virus Research Institute, College of Veterinary Medicine, Chungnam National University