Silver particles perfect cleaning product

Innovative sanitizing solution introduced to region

The innovative Oxytech D50/500 is being distributed in the region by JohnsonDiversey.
The innovative Oxytech D50/500 is being distributed in the region by JohnsonDiversey.

A fruit and vegetable sanitising solution that incorporates silver particles has been launched in the Middle East.

Oxytech D50/500 is composed of a natural combination of hydrogen peroxide and silver particles, and is being distributed across the GCC by JohnsonDiversey Gulf.

The products has being launched in a strategic distribution alliance between Oxytech and JohnsonDiversey, which incorporates the exclusive product rights for the region.

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“A great benefit to using hydrogen peroxide for sanitation is that it falls in the natural treatment category and is completely non-toxic,” explained JohnsonDiversey Gulf GCC marketing manager Marc Robitzkat.

“The use of silver particles in disinfection has a long-lasting effect that has been used since early cultures in history.

“To protect us from food poisoning, silver particles are now being put in cutting boards, table tops, surface disinfectants and refrigerators,” he added.

The silver-peroxide based sanitiser is a sustainable alternative to commonly-used chlorine solutions popular in the region.

The solution also comes with economic benefits as it is a non-rinse solution, saving on water costs, and can be dosed through JohnsonDiversey dosing technology, which is available in two versions: a high volume dispenser for food production factories and regular daily use for hospitality operations.

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