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Fequently Asked Questions About Bactronix

  • Is the Bactronizing Process expensive?

    The Bactronizing Process is the most cost effective process for killing  microbes. We can ensure 100% coverage of all surfaces in minutes that would take hours to disinfect by hand.

  • How long does it take to Bactronize my home or business?

    To Bactronize an average 1500 square foot home takes about 3 hours.

  • Do I need to leave my home or business during the Bactronizing Process?

    No. we just ask that you not be in the same area as our technician during the Bactronizing Process.

  • What do I need to do to prepare for Bactronix to treat my home or Business?

    We ask that you remove any loose papers, cover fish tanks, and generally de-clutter the areas in which we are going to treat.

  • Is the Bactronizing Process effective against cigarette smoke?

    The Bactronizing Process is very effective at removing cigarette smoke and most other odors from homes, commercial buildings, and vehicles.

  • How long does the Bactronizing Process last?

    The second step of the Bactronizing process applies a protectant called BactroBlock. The residual value of BactroBlock is anywhere from 90 to 365 days, depending on the severity of cross-contamination.

  • Is the Bactronizing Process safe for food contact areas?

    Our unique, patented products that are used in the Bactronizing Process can be applied to food production equipment and food contact areas.

  • Is the Bactronizing Process toxic?

    The Bactronizing Process is a green, non-toxic and safe method for killing harmful pathogens. The products are EPA registered and have the lowest possible hazard rating from the EPA.

  • What is Biofilm?

    Biofilm is a protective coating for the organism. Biofilm is produced in 5 stages, and is defined as any group of microorganisms in which cells stick to each other on a surface. These adherent cells are frequently embedded within a self-produced matrix of extracellular polymeric substance (EPS). This extracellular polymeric substance is also referred to as slime, although not everything described as slime is a biofilm.

  • What sets the Bactronizing Process apart from other disinfecting companies?

    Bactronizing is the first power, non-toxic and green nanotechnology sanitizing and disinfecting service designed to kill all surface and airborne microbes.

  • How does the Bactronizing Process work?

    The Bactronizing Process applies products that create a surface friction, penetrating the biofilm. The biofilm weakens then ruptures allowing our products to infiltrate the cell environment and kill the organism.

  • How is the Bactronizing Process applied?

    The Bactronizing Process is applied through a state-of-the-art  nanotechnology electrostatic sprayer that covers 100% of surfaces in an  area. The process delivers a germ killing solution thoroughly and evenly including impossible to reach areas where these microbes migrate and breed.

  • Why do I need to have my home or business Bactronized?

    Our environment is full of harmful and sometimes deadly microorganisms. There are daily news reports of microbes lasting longer, becoming harder to eliminate and making people sicker. The Bactronizing Process has been proven to eliminate the world’s worst microbes including MRSA, C-Diff, VRE, various forms of the flu and many other dangerous microbes.

  • What is the Bactronizing Process?

    The Bactronizing Process is a patented treatment process that cleans, disinfects, and protects surfaces against harmful bacteria, viruses, mold, mildew and odors.

  • What is a germ?

    The term “germ” is a generic term used to describe microorganisms that can cause a disease. These microorganisms can be bacteria, viruses, fungus, mold, or mild.

  • Why was Bactronix founded?

    To help protect people and businesses from harmful bacteria and viruses including the world’s worst surface and airborne pathogens.

  • Who is Bactronix?

    A microbial control company, specializing in treatments against bacteria, viruses, mold, mildew, and odors.

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