Vital Oxide Technology
The chlorine dioxide molecule has one chlorine atom and two oxygen atoms. This combination creates a molecular free radical—a magnetic like attraction that seeks out electron donors and selectively oxidizes harmful bacteria and mold.
CLO2 has been recognized for its powerful disinfecting properties since the early 1900’s. It is used by municipalities to purify drinking water. Environmentalist now recommend its use in eco-friendly paper production. Produced on site, these treatments require sophisticated chemical generation equipment and limit practical use to only large scale industrial operations.
In an effort to commercialize CLO2 for the general public several companies have developed methods to produce “stabilized CLO2”. These products usually require a two-step process mixing an acid “activator” into a chlorite solution to produce CLO2. Yet, even though products claim to have even the same amount of this key ingredient it certainly can not be assumed that they will perform in an equal manner. The results are solutions of varying strength —and safety—with a shelf life of a few days to just a few hours.
Hepatitis C Virus • Hepatitis B Virus • Norovirus Feline Calicivirus • Murine Norovirus (MNV-1) • Swine Inuenza (H1N1) Virus • Respiratory Syncytial Virus • Human Immunodeciency Virus (HIV Type 1)
Ebola Virus • Enterovirus D68