Silverox

Silverox: An Effective Disinfectant

The disinfecting property of AgH2O2 remains superior compared to all other known forms and compositions, making it an ideal eco-friendly disinfectant. Silver attacks the defense system (enzymes) of the microorganisms and the hydrogen peroxide attacks its membranes and internal organs (DNA), to give better disinfection and multiple oxidation power. The state-of-the-art-technology uses aromatic solvent and anthraquinone auto-oxidation in its manufacturing process.

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  • Form : Liquid
  • Appearance : Clear
  • Solubility : Soluble in water
  • Toxicity : Non-toxic
  • Efficacy :Broad Spectrum
  • Heat Required : Cold Sterilant

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Why Hydrogen Peroxide And Silver Nitrate

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a chemical compound combined of hydrogen and water. The clear liquid acts as a mild antiseptic and comes in various potencies depending on its purpose: 3 percent (household use), 6 to 10 percent (hair bleaching), 35 percent (food-grade) and 90 percent (industrial).

Hydrogen peroxide has always been one of the most commonly used disinfectants worldwide. This natural disinfectant can kill bacteria like staph and viruses like the H1N1 virus, SARS and coronavirus. It is versatile and extremely cost-effective because of its ability to do the job of multiple cleaners. It’s strong oxidizing properties make it a powerful disinfectant and cleaning solution.

Silver nitrate (AgNO3) caustic chemical compound, important as an antiseptic, in the industrial preparation of other silver salts. Silver nitrate and silver compounds are generally used for antibacterial infections. Silver ions are relatively non-toxic to human and animal cells, and in addition are very effective against fungi and viruses.

Silver is often used as an alternative disinfectant in applications in which the use of traditional disinfectants such as chlorine may result in the formation of toxic by-products. Silver being non mutagenic, the microbes are incapable of reproducing, as their DNA structure changes and are unable to replicate.