About Pure Maintenance
The Pure Maintenance patented treatment system provides proven advanced technology and highly effective solutions for mold remediation and building disinfection. The first step of the two-step process will disinfect via an EPA registered cold sterilant, killing all pathogens in and on the building/facility surfaces and in the air. The delivery mechanism ensures that any surface that the air touches will be disinfected. This is confirmed by test strip indicators ensuring superior efficacy compared to other manual applications that pose unique challenges regarding material compatibility or achieving critical, required dwell times.
The Pure Maintenance treatment System utilizes a peracetic acid (PAA) and hydrogen peroxide-based proprietary chemistry developed for optimized biocidal efficacy. The peracetic solution (PAA) employed is classified as an EPA cold sterilant. Hundreds of biopharma companies worldwide use the same process for clinical sterilization of their facilities. The reason for the excellent and rapid antimicrobial effects of PAA is its specific capability to penetrate the cell membrane. Once inside the cell, PAA plays a role in denaturing proteins, disrupting cell wall permeability, and oxidizing sulfhydryl and sulfur bonds in enzymes and other proteins. The end products of peracetic acid oxidation are acetic acid (vinegar) and water. The process of denaturing occurs in under 10 minutes for 99.999% of pathogens.
The second application is the EverPURE process, which uses reactive silanes as an antimicrobial barrier that protects surfaces from microbial growth (i.e. bacterial, fungal, microbial, and subsequent biofilm formation) for 90 days. These surfaces become resistant due to both the biostatic repulsions of microorganisms to the surface, and due to the highly charged cationic density and physical attraction.
After treatment, maintain your standard cleaning protocols.
*This process denatures bacteria, microbes, and other pathogens on any exposed surface in a building but cannot prevent the spread of viruses or bacteria from person-to-person contact. Strict adherence to CDC protocols is paramount in helping prevent person-to-person contamination.