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HOCl Atomizing – A No-Touch Disinfecting Technology

Optimally disinfecting nursing homes, retirement, and long-term care facilities has never been more important. Our elderly population has been disproportionately affected by COVID. We have a responsibility to protect them and to improve their quality of life. What if there were a way to disinfect both the air and surfaces in your nursing home simultaneously, and to do it better and more thoroughly than ever before possible?

It has been documented that COVID and many other harmful pathogens are transmitted primarily through the air, not on surfaces. Combating lingering aerosols in the atmosphere is vital and necessary for thorough disinfection. Lowering the viral load in any environment is key.

Disinfection brings to mind masks, gloves, goggles, and full PPE gear. Imagine a disinfectant safe enough to use without PPE, that is safe to eyes, skin, and our respiratory system, people, animals, and plants.

Clean Air Technology


HOCl, (hypochlorous), exists in our white blood cells, and is the foundation of a healthy immune system. Through modern manufacturing processes, we have been able to replicate what the body does at the molecular level and to use that natural technology as a surface and air disinfectant.

An NIH study states: HOCl atomizing is the decontamination technique that best suits the needs of [healthcare facilities], with its ability to produce small, aerosolized particles. [Healthcare providers] should consider the use of HOCl and no-touch decontamination technologies [ultra-low particle size atomizers] to improve disinfection of surfaces in their facilities.

A second NIH study has shown that HOCl atomizing was able to decontaminate environmental surfaces carrying antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus aureus (methicillin resistant).

HOCl atomizing at concentrations ranging from 20 to 200 ppm was effective to decontaminate the inert environmental surfaces tested when they carried noroviruses (NVs) and other viruses.

Diluted solutions of HOCl, containing as little as 20 to 200 ppm, are effective for disinfection of surfaces contaminated with NVs. Furthermore, the use of HOCl atomizing is likely to be effective in disinfecting large areas to control NV presence and thereby prevent the spread as well as the recurrence of human NV infection from environmental surface exposures.

The above linked NIH studies evaluated HOCl atomizing at the exact particle size range that the Genesis 2.6 Atomizer produces (range of generated droplets evaluated was between 20 and 50 μm).

HOCl – The Gold Standard of Disinfection (NIH Study)

  • The results of a third NIH study indicate that hypochlorous (HOCl) can be used with a high predictability for disinfecting against the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) virus.
  • The surgeon needs to have an inexpensive, available, nontoxic, and practical disinfectant that is effective in sanitizing against the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) virus.
  • An ideal disinfectant and sanitizer must be nontoxic to surface contact, noncorrosive, effective in various forms, and relatively inexpensive. HOCl may be the disinfectant of choice for coronaviruses in an oral-maxillofacial surgery (OMS) office.
  • Hypochlorous (HOCl), a naturally occurring molecule produced by the immune system, is highly active against bacterial, viral, and fungal microorganisms. Moreover, HOCl is active against biofilm and increases oxygenation of the wound site to improve healing.

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