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AMAZON BIO-GUARD PRESENT THE FULL INFECTION CONTROL SYSTEM – TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY, AVAILABLE TODAY.


When it comes to infection control, there are thousands of methods to choose from. There are a vast amount of chemicals used to clean and sanitise but you also need to bear in mind the potential impact for those who use them and for the environment in which they are used in.


Having spent several years developing and introducing innovative and highly successful anti-microbial cleaning and sanitising products, the latest product from Amazon Bio-Guard has both a reputation to uphold and new technology to deliver.


Eradic8® is the result of several years of extensive testing, research and development and lives up to expectation with proven test data at ready-to-use dilutions.


Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-corrosive, Eradic8® A2Z is one of a new range of products dedicated to infection control that manage to be highly effective with the added benefit of being extremely cost effective. The move away from chlorine-based products and the detrimental effect they have on fabric, fixtures and fittings, as well as the health risk, has been welcomed by the commercial and institutional cleaning sectors.


Eradic8® A2Z is a product that delivers high margin returns while still being competitively priced for the end user.


We also need to keep in mind that infection control is more important now, than ever, especially with the presence of the resilient and highly infectious Swine Flu H1N1 strain. Thankfully Eradic8® products are independently proven to eliminate this strain, an added bonus.


Yet, even when you have selected your product of choice, the dosing levels and application instructions can be difficult to get just right. A slight change in the dose could lead to inferior results.


Thankfully, Amazon-Bio Guard have not one, but two, solutions available, both of which work in conjunction with Eradic8® A2Z.


The first of which is One Shot - a patent- applied-for technology, which delivers a precise quantity of concentrated cleaner disinfectant, diluted with tap water, which ensures the optimum amount of product every time.


Using One Shot results in minimal dilution error, minimum waste, reduced environmental impact and maximum effectiveness. Storage space required for the One Shot system is an estimated 80% less than current industry products of choice with a near five times reduction in waste materials. This means you have an accurate, efficient, environmentally aware, cost-conscious system!


46 | TOMORROW’S CLEANING | The future of our cleaning industry CHEMICALS AND DOSING EQUIPMENT


The latest product under the Eradic8® range is the unique Eradic8or device, that uses the latest “dry mist” technology to disperse Eradic8® A2Z into the atmosphere of unoccupied areas.


A dry mist effectively means that surfaces or equipment are not adversely affected by the system, unlike conventional wet fogging applications, which can soak treated surfaces potentially causing damage


The Eradic8or claims are fully supported by independent laboratory tests that prove that Eradic8® A2Z is dispersed effectively and equally to all surfaces within the confines of a room and that this dispersal provides up to a four log reduction of surface contamination. This system silently and discreetly disperses the correct amount of active solution into the room to ensure coverage of all surfaces high and low, vertical and horizontal


Infection control is more important than ever before and, in this current economic climate, it pays to be prepared – in more ways than one. With a complete system, Eradic8® truly does eradicate – both infection and costs.


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