StereX launches Ocean Safe COVID Killing Cleaner
UK Company, Sirius Technologies, has launched a new antibacterial and antiviral product range designed to keep yachts and boats protected from the spread of SAR…
UK Company, Sirius Technologies, has launched a new antibacterial and antiviral product range designed to keep yachts and boats protected from the spread of SARS-CoV-2.
The water-based, chlorine-free and non-toxic solutions work in synergy to provide 24/7 protection against contact-transmission bacteria and viruses across a range of hard and soft surfaces.
Already used by some of the world’s biggest yacht chartering companies, the StereX disinfection system consists of two main products. StereX Multi-surface BioBarrier is a long-lasting water-based protective coating which is certified to kill all known coronaviruses and last on surfaces for over 28 days. StereX Multi-surface Sanitiser is an everyday water-based cleaner that is also certified to kill all known coronaviruses upon impact and can be used to top up the BioBarrier in high wear areas.
When used together in a normal cleaning regime, the StereX disinfection products provide unrivalled long-lasting protection which has been independently tested and awarded the EN14476:2013 + A2 2019, EN1276 and EN 13697 certifications.
Mark Childs, CEO of Sirius Technologies, said “StereX presents a big leap forward for domestic and commercial cleaners. Before, these products were only capable of cleaning upon application. StereX has been formulated to leave a nanoscopic layer on surfaces which stays active for over 28 days.”
Mark added, “We are immensely proud of this innovation and have worked tirelessly to ensure we can offer these products at pre-pandemic prices.”
To learn more about StereX products, please visit our website.
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