Sanitary Verification Reporting for Frequently Touched Objects (FTOs)Getting to know your germs, viruses & microbes:
The world is teeming with diverse biological life, humans, animals, plants and microbes. All life has one thing in common, everything is made up of tiny cells. Within every cell of every living thing is a compound called adenosine triphospate (ATP). It is this ATP compound that is present in the cellular residue on Frequently Touched Objects that allows Brite and Clean to measure and quantify the precise sanitary condition of key surfaces like doorknobs, handrails, armchairs, desk and other FTOs.
Utilizing a scientific device called an ATP (adenosine triphosphate) detector, we reveal the presence of any organic material and quantify the precise sanitary condition of your home or facility. A reading of 0-10 is considered sterile; a reading of 11-30 is sanitary.
TEST RESULTS: Micro-organism Control
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) is a measurement of the biological residue on a surface. The levels represent varying sanitary conditions. An ATP reading of 30 or below is considered sanitary, 10 and below is considered sterile. It is important to note that the reading of the TiO2 treated sample measured an ATP average level of 21.
Be it in a health care facility, public gym or locker room, school, public facility, office or house, the deadly COVID-19 virus is being spread through common contact surfaces. A PureActive™ semi-annual TiO2 treatment of FTOs is beneficial in reducing the spread of germs and viruses like:
Staphylococcus aereus (MRSA)
Clostridium perfringes spores
VirusesH1N1 (swine flu)
Lactobacillus phage PL-1
Yeast & FungiSaccharomyces cerevisiae