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Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2)

Chlorine Dioxide (CIO2) produced using 2 ways; ACID-BASED or an ELECTROLYTIC METHOD. An acid-based usually hydrochloric acid will need to be mix with water and the tablet to produce Chlorine Dioxide. The result of the mixture is Chlorine Dioxide and other impurities. We do not know whether all the ingredients listed are industrial/food grade. This is a chemical process with a high level of impurities.

To increase the safety of chlorine dioxide solution, StratGard is using patented process,electrolysis method and the resulting chlorine dioxide solution is filter thru a membrane to remove impurities.

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How It Disinfects

Aggressively kills bacteria, viruses and parasites by: 

Permeating through bacterial cell membranes and destroying them;

Penetrating throungh the protein coat of viral capsid and damaging the virus RNA

Comparative Study of ClO2 vs NaClO in bacterial Effectiveness


1. Properties of Sodium Hypochlorite, Oxy Chem Sodium Hypochlorite Handbook, December 2014, Sourced

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2.  Inactivation (disinfection) processes WHO International Water Sanitation Health- water quality guidelines  

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3. Ayaka Shima, Group Resource paper, Chlorine Dioxide is a Better Disinfectant than SodiumHypochlorite against Multi-Drug  Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonasaeruginosa, and Acinetobacter baumannii Japanese journal of infectious diseases January 2015 Sourced  

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Chlorine Dioxide (CIO2) is 10 times stronger then Sodium Hypochlorite NaCIO

“We evaluated the antiviral activity of a chlorine dioxide gas solution (CD) and sodium hypochlorite (SH) against feline calicivirus, human influenza virus, measles virus, canine distemper virus, human herpesvirus, human adenovirus, canine adenovirus and canine parvovirus. CD at concentrations ranging from 1 to 100 ppm produced potent antiviral activity, inactivating >or= 99.9% of the viruses with a 15 sec treatment for sensitization. The antiviral activity of CD was approximately 10 times higher than that of SH.”

Evaluation of the Antiviral Activity of Chlorine Dioxide and Sodium Hypochlorite against Feline Calicivirus, Human InfluenzaVirus, Measles Virus, Canine Distemper Virus, Human Herpesvirus, Human Adenovirus, Canine Adenovirus and Canine Parvovirus

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How Effective it is

Research by Osaka Prefecture University Japan 2015

shows that CI02 it is highly effective at very low concentration to remove bacteria, by a factor 5 to 10 times

Civil Aviation Administration of China

Recommends Chlorine Dioxide (CIO2) as cleaning disinfectant for all Chinese Airports against Influenza Virus, Chlorine Dioxide produced antiviral activity against > 99,99% of the virus with 10 ppm treatment for 15 sec.


Antiviral activity was determined using feline calivirus (FCV, a surrogate for norovirus) Chlorine Dioxide at 10 ppm for 15 sec inactivated > 99,99% of the virus.


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today issued the rule establishes that certain active ingredients are not allowed to be used in OTC hand sanitizers, that are marketed under the FDA’s OTC Drug Review, Generally Recognized as Safe and Effective (GRAS / Grae) :

1. Cloflucarban

2. Fluorosalan

3. Heksaklorofen

4. Hexylresorcinol

5. Lodine kompleks

6. Lodine kompleks (fosfat ester dari alkylaryloxy polyethylene glycol)

7. Nonylphenoxypoly (ethyleneoxy) ethanoliodine

8. Poloksamer-yodium kompleks

9. Povidone-iodine 5 sampai 10%

10. Undecoylium klorida iodine kompleks

11. Methylbenzethonium klorida

12. Fenol (> 1,5%)

13. Fenol (<1,5%)

14. Amyltricresols sekunder

15. Sodium oxychlorosene

16. Tribromsalan

17. Triclocarban

18. Triclosan

19. Triple Dye

Source : versus-hand-sanitizer/

  • As a sanitizer for hands, hand sprays, machine fogging
  • For brushing, wiping, mopping, deep cleaning
  • For washing pets
  • Added to your standard washing machine at the start of washing cycle
Areas of Use
  • Personal
  • Shopping mall
  • Office building
  • Hospital
  • Church
  • Hotel
  • Pool Wet Areas & Space
  • Travel Luggage & Handles
  • Porters and Trolley’s
  • Table Cloths / Chairs
  • Laundry
  • Drapes and Curtains
Areas of Use
  • Housekeeping – Fine Mist Fogging Eg Bed Covers / Pillows, Carpets / Soft Coverings, Meeting Rooms
  • Auto Sanitizing and Security Kiosk
Further Advantages of Chlorine Dioxide
Wide Applicability

ClO2 maintains its disinfecting function over an extensive
pH range while NaClO has a limited range. Also, ClO2
Operates well in temperatures from 5 – 69 °C while
NaClO operates Well only under 40 °C.

Not affected by interfering factors

Under clinical settings where biological materials like
Blood and plasma proteins are present, ClO2 can
maintain its disinfecting function. At the same time,
NaClO loses some of Its efficacy.

Environmentally friendly

Using ClO2 as disinfecting agent eliminates the formation
Of toxic halogenated by-products like trihalomethanes
(THMs) and chlorinated compounds that are
carcinogenic and Harmful to the environment.  


Features of StratGard Sanitizing Solutions

- Recommended by WHO as A1
   Standard, 4th Generation
- FDA and EPA approved
- Highly Effective & Suitable for
   Babies & Children
- Safe and Gentle on Hands and
- Harmless to humans, animals
   and plant life.
- Non-Alcohol, Non-toxic
- 5X stronger than conventional
   disinfectant compounds.
- Leaves behind no residues
   Low emission of VOCs 


- By Request

- Store in cool, dry, dark space,
  well-ventilated area.
- Avoid exposure to direct

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