MASSIVE SPRING SALE
DISCOUNT OF 60% OR MORE
WE NEED THE SPACE
As workshops and events have started again at the Hub, we need to reduce our stocks hugely.
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1. Hypochlorous Acid: Harnessing Nature’s Germ Killer
An interesting article by Margie Recalde, OD, FAAO on how and why Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is the perfect weapon to fight germs. Please Click Here to read the full article.
An interesting article by Ben Sharples on how the COVID-19 pandemic has brought alcohol to the fore; whether it is the amount the British public is consuming to get through self-isolation or the level required in hand sanitiser to make it effective, the news stories are everywhere. Please Click Here to read the full article.
3. Hypochlorus Acid VS Coronavirus
Deactivate new corona with hypochlorous acid water "In 30 seconds or less" Demonstrated by Hokkaido University and Energic. Click Here to download document.
4. DEW Regulatory Compliance
In order to comply with the registration requirement of the European Biocide Regulation Act EU 528/2012 and to be listed under Article 95 of that regulation, for Product Types 1 to 5, Disinfection Products MUST have been tested and shown to be in compliance with various EU regulations. Click Here to download document.
5. DEW Products Statement On Coronavirus
Although DEW Disinfection Products are an extremely potent antimicrobial solution, capable of rapid reduction of bacteria, viruses, fungi, spores and microbial toxins, we have recently had lots of enquiries about the Coronavirus. Please Click Here to read DEW Products statement on the Coronavirus.
6. Coronavirus - Point Of Clarification
There is a lot of misleading information floating around right now about the use of hand sanitisers to counter the spread of the corona virus. This has not been done deliberately, it is happening inadvertently, because those giving out the information are not qualifying the statements they are making. Please Click Here to read DEW Products point of clarification on the Coronavirus.
7. Coronavirus - Reducing The Risk
There is a great deal of talk on the Radio & TV about reducing the risk of contracting the coronavirus and No 1 on the list is, regularly washing your hands with soap & water. Then in the next breath you are advised that if soap & water is not available, you should use a hand sanitiser with at least 60% alcohol! Please Click Here to read DEW Products advice on how to reduce the risk of the Coronavirus.
8. DEW Products pH Levels
Question: What is the pH of DEW Disinfection products?
Answer: The nominal pH is 6.5 but due to tolerances in the current manufacturing process, this can vary and occasionally be slightly lower.
Question: What is the pH of DEW Superclean?
Answer: DEW Superclean has a declared pH of between 11 and 13 but we aim to supply at around 12.5
9. Why is Disinfect better than Bleach?
Well the short answer is, because it’s better technology and we will now explain why in the following article.
Please Click Here to learn about the simple chemistry of electrolysed water in DEW Disinfect, and how it is very different than bleach.
10. Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-COV-2
We have a wealth on data regarding the effectiveness of the active ingredient in DEW Disinfection products to kill all pathogens, including enveloped and non-enveloped viruses.
Please Click Here to see all the products on the list that meets EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
11. Scientists Asking Why We're Not Already Using Hypochlorous Acid, Especially When It Costs Pennies And Kills Viruses Instantly
A Spray that costs pennies and kills viruses instantly could be a simple, cheap solution to Britain's Covid nightmare - as scientists ask why we're not already using it.
Please Click Here to read full article to find out how HOCl can be made available for frontline key workers to protect themselves, saving the NHS money, and, more importantly, reducing the cost in lives.