SaniDate 5.0 Organic Sanitizer / Disinfectant
An organic commercial cleaner that comes in liquid concentrate and is used for the sanitation of hard surfaces in a wide variety of industrial, commercial, and agricultural environments.
* Registered and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
** Proven effective against the Human Coronavirus, E-coli, and Salmonella, making it a valuable resource for public health precautions (see full Coronavirus Press Release here)
HOW DOES IT KILL GERMS?
When applied to any hard surface, SaniDate 5.0’s activated peroxygen chemistry reacts to a broad spectrum of fungi and bacteria, and kills (oxidizes) them on contact.
HOW IS IT APPLIED?
For lighter applications, a cloth, mop, sponge, scrubber, or brush can be used.
WHERE IS IT USED?
SaniDate 5.0 can be used on any hard (non-porous) surfaces, including walls, floors, chairs, tables, countertops, bathroom fixtures, exterior of kitchen appliances, coolers, shelves, sinks, racks, carts, tile, vinyl, linoleum, plastic, porcelain, polyethylene, glass, stainless steel, fan blades, piping, drains, water systems, vats, tanks, filter housings, valves, and pumps. See “Uses” tab for environments and common use scenarios.
WHY IS SANIDATE 5.0 THE RIGHT CHOICE?
Because it is environmentally friendly (non-harmful to workers) and it effectively eradicates dangerous human and animal pathogens.
SaniDate 5.0 is used for the sanitation of hard surfaces in a wide variety of industrial, commercial, and agricultural environments.
- Effectively eradicates both human and animal pathogens
- Environmentally friendly (non-harmful to workers)
- Zero Hour REI (re-entry interval) for animals and humans
- EPA registered and approved
- OMRI approved for organic crops
- Fulfills National Organic Program (NOP) standards
- Chlorine alternative
- No ruinous runoffs or residues
- Concentrate will not freeze
Effective against the following:
- Human Coronavirus
- E-coli (Escherichia coli)
- Salmonella enteriditis
- Salmonella typhimurium
- Enterobacter aerogenes
- Streptococcus pyogenes
- Pediococcus damnosus
- Proteus vulgaris
- Lactobacillus malefermentans
- Klebsiella pneumoniae