Institutional & First Responder Facilities
Killing Germs in Institutions
Institutions can be prolific places for germs and bacteria to breed and thrive. There are new people coming into the facility each and every day. With them, they bring a host of new germs, bacteria and viruses into the facility. This could be devastating if the flu were introduced to institutions, especially if those institutions house the elderly or those with depressed immune systems. PERFORMACIDE® kills germs in institutions and is an EPA registered sanitizer, Tuberculocide, Virucide, Fungicide and Deodorizer.
EPA Registered Virucide in First Responder Facilities
The capability of killing germs is an important part of maintaining First Responder facilities. There are plenty of commercial products that kill germs, however, they rarely specify which germs they kill. PERFORMACIDE® kills germs and even meets CDC and EPA guidelines for surface disinfection to help prevent the spread of Ebola Virus.
Effectively Killing Germs in Medical Institutions
People are depend on the health care staff and the institution to keep them healthy or make them well again. The introduction of germs, bacteria and viruses, such as MRSA could cause a breakout of any particular illness inside of the institution. Of course, it could also affect the staff and anyone they should encounter outside of the facility. PERFORMACIDE® effectively kills germs, bacteria and viruses in institutions and there is no cleanup.
Be Proactive Killing Germs with PERFORMACIDE®
PERFORMACIDE® is an EPA registered Virucide, Tuberculocide, Fungicide, sanitizer, and deodorizer. It kills germs and is formulated for hospital use. PERFORMACIDE® meets CDC and EPA guidelines for surface disinfection to help prevent the spread of Ebola Virus as well. It is easy to use and is simply sprayed on the hard surface needing to be disinfected. No rinse is required, and PERFORMACIDE® is made in the USA.
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