About chlorine dioxide.

Chlorine dioxide

○ It is the most successful substance in the world as a good sterilization, bleaching and environmental cleansing agent.

○ During the pollution of coal fungi at the U.S. House of Assembly members in 2001, the U.S. government used chlorine dioxide gas to sterilize, once again establishing its excellent sterilization, safety, and low corrosion.

safety of chlorine dioxide

Chlorine dioxide is guaranteed safety by the FDA (USFDA) and WHO (World Health Organization) with the world's most severe evaluation standards, and developed countries such as the United States, Canada and Europe have already injected water purification and pools. It is used in and in use.

In Japan, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare reported residual permits to tap water in 2000, and it proved extremely high safety in oral toxicity tests against animals and humans (indirect) and skin temporary irritation tests.

List of public recognition for chlorinity dioxide -

institution accreditation content
Ministry of Health, Labor, Economic and Industry treatment of drinking water, etc.
WHO (World Health Organization)

A1 class

JECFA (UN Food Additives Specialty Committee) food additive use permit
EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) Use authorization for drinking water, factory drainage treatment, and environmental cleanup


about the virus

As a basic structure, viruses are the viral nucleic acids in the center of the particles and the particles composed of the shells of the proteins surrounding them.

For example, type A flu virus has a membranous structure called envelope (the shell of protein), and envelope plays an important role in the infection of the virus. (Figure 1 Some modifications over Wikipedia "influenza virus")


Elimination mechanism of chlorine dioxide made by Embroy Co.

Enbroy has produced "oxygen (O)" during the developmental period by mixing two liquids, and is eliminating them by degenerating proteins with its excellent oxidative power.

And the cell membrane (envelope in the case of the flu virus) is made of protein, and the cells explode and break (death) when the "oxygen (O)" of the developing stage degenerates and destroys this protein. (Figure 2)

Figure 1 A Influenza virus structure and envelope

Figure 2. The bacteria elimination mechanism.

advantage of aqueous chlorine dioxide

○ Our chlorine dioxide aqueous solution employs a two-liquid mixing scheme with "active agent" added to "stabilized chlorine dioxide" stabilized by stabilizers.

○ By mixing 2 liquids in optimal proportions, it will stabilize the powerful bacterial elimination and deodorization effects for a long time.

two kinds of chlorine dioxide

one aqueous solution type

Add the active agent to 1-stabilized chlorine dioxide (aqueous solution).

Spray with two sprays or something.

Chlorine oxide (ClO) and "oxygen (O)" during the developmental period are produced from chlorine dioxide (ClO2).

4 This “generative period of oxygen (O)” floats and stays in the air for a long time, and it deodorizes and eliminates by working positively (oxidation) on viruses and odorous substances.

two solid type

Place minerals (cepiolite) containing components of chlorine dioxide in a sealed bag.

When the two sealed bags are opened, they react by touching carbon dioxide in the air, and gradually produce chlorine dioxide gas.

Therefore, if you do not open the bag, you can save it for a long time.


The double effect of bacteria elimination and deodorization, which is powerful and immediate.

It acts directly on the cell membrane of the pathogen, instantaneously destroying (= bacteria elimination).

The main component of the nioi is oxidative decomposition (= deodorization)

It is very powerful and immediate because it is basically effective and neither bacterial elimination nor deodorization.

○ There is a very strong oxidation effect on "oxygen (O) in the developing period" generated by mixing 2 liquids.

Therefore, the major eight odors such as ammonia, which is the source of stink, are scientifically decomposed to change them into odorless substances.

less stimulating odor

○ Chlorine products so far have been necked with chlorine odors coming with their unique noses.

The CL series used stabilized chlorine dioxide, and further two liquid mixings allowed products to be safe and less chlorine-odored, with the strength of the effect, the sustained power, intact.

high safety

○ No harmful compounds such as trihalomethane will be produced.

○ Aqueous solutions and solids are both product designs with a safety standard of less than 0.017 ppm per allowable oral intake of infants (3 kg body weight).


The data is based on the Daiso Research Center

This is the effect of aqueous chlorine dioxide on the human body.

1) The effect of chlorine dioxide gas vaporized from sprayed water droplets on the human body

2.The effect of inhalation of mist on the human body is considered to be two points.

1) The effect of chlorine dioxide gas vaporized from sprayed water droplets on the human body

Using the CL-100 (spore made by our company) between 6 and 8 tatami, assuming the number of ventilations is one-two-hour, we have a slide of space. The concentration of chlorine dioxide is 0.0003 ppm, and the number of injections per 2 hours is 0.017 ppm (safety reference concentration)/0.0003 ppm (space chlorine dioxide concentration) is 57 times/2 hours. If you are less than 57 times (for 10 pushes per time), the spatial concentration will be below the safety standard concentration (about one frequency per minute)

2. When the chlorite, which is the main component of stabilized chlorine dioxide, is ingested orally.

●The most common and major effects on living organisms are considered changes in red blood cells due to oxidative stress.

●Space: 6 to 8 tatami, water drop concentration in space: 0.018X (ml/m3) X is the number of sprays

● Assuming infant weight: 3 kg, breathing volume: 1.74 (m3/day), oral intake allowance of 0.7 ml/day, the amount of intake water drops by breathing is 0.018 X × 1.74 = 0.01X (ml/day) and the allowance for oral intake is 0.7 ml/day, so X = 0.7/0.01 = 70

Therefore, if spraying within 70 times per hour (10 pushes per hour) is suppressed below the allowable intake.

Antiviral Test (Goods) Hokuri Environmental Science Center Examine

Study on the Nippon Food Analysis Center for Sterilization Effects Test

Chlorine dioxide (500 ppm of chlorine dioxide concentration) was diluted to a predetermined amount (5 ppm, 0.5 ppm, 0.2 ppm, respectively) and sterilization effects tests were conducted on Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas, Pseudomonas pneumococcus, and dysentery.

deodorant effect test (goods) maple biolaborators

The odor was filled by hanging a paper with a odor source (1ml) in a 60cmx60cmx90cm sealed container, and after five minutes, the paper was taken out and then the odor of the container was measured as an initial value. And we operated our ultrasonic sprayer CL-2000W, put the spray in the container, and two minutes later, five minutes later, and ten minutes later, each measuring the odor.

Safety, trials are based on the Daiso Research Center

○ Configure the allowable oral intake of infants (3 kg of weight) below 0.017 ppm with safety reference concentration.

○ Assume the number of ventilations once/two hours in space between floor area 6 and 8 tatami.

○ Gas generation per g solids: 0.009 mg/g/hr Filling: 60 g.

If you look at the concentration of chlorine dioxide gas based on the above conditions, you will be the following graph.

In our company, the solid chlorine dioxide is 60g and ventilated to 6 tatami 2h, so the reach concentration is 0.007-0.010ppm, so it is set this time.

This paper presents a test of the suppression of mold growth at the Osaka Municipal Industrial Institute.

Bacteria, fungi were inoculated into the medium on microplates, placed in a 20-liter container with solid chlorine dioxide (2g, 4g), sealed and left for 20 hours at 27 degrees to examine the development of microorganisms on the medium.

Deodorization test, Daiso Co., Ltd. research center

The specimen (5g) was sealed into the aluminum gas back, and various odor gases were enclosed in the gas back, stored in a homeothermal humidifier under conditions of 25 °C, and concentration measurements were carried out in the detector tubes every time.