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Fights most of the Germs

Creates a germ free environment.
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Non Toxic Environment

Non Toxic and safe during use.
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Organic Product

Made from 100% Natural and organic ingredients that support life.
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Clinically Proven

Tested / Proven to be Safe and Effective.

Prevention is better than Cure.

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Use the Interactive to understand the difference of a Room being treated with Infection Prevention Products.
Atmospheric Air fogging Antimicrobial solution.

Atmospheric air fogging Antimicrobial solutions or disinfectants are typically substances capable of disinfecting microorganisms suspended in the air.

An air disinfectant must be dispersed either as an aerosol or vapor or mist at a sufficient concentration in the air to cause the number of viable infectious microorganisms to be significantly reduced.

Our product ZITRITIDE and its application, represent the next generation of plant-based natural and organic disinfection.

The unique, proprietary solution is botanically-derived and offers significant advantages over all existing chemically prepared solutions on the market.

As for the impact on the facility where vapor or mist is used, evidence from the literature has identified benefits if a facility is experiencing high rates of infection or a possible outbreak of a particular microorganism.

With our products, pros can count on a very safe bactericide, virucide, and fungicide that contains no harmful chemicals.

The solution has no warning labels, requires no PPE and can be fogged with a ULV fogger.







ZITRITIDE must be used in all Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Day Care Centres, Trauma and Emergency Care, Cancer Centres, Research & Pathology Labs, Diagnostic Centres, Veterinary Clinics, Ambulances, etc. Preventive vehicle disinfection and decontamination is required in all ambulances and other surfaces which come in touch with patients and the general public.

Applicable for all areas and departments, functioning in any Health care setting, such as hospitals, nursing homes, day care centres, trauma and emergency care, cancer centres, research & pathology labs, diagnostic centres, veterinary clinics, Ambulances, etc.

ZITRITIDE is an antimicrobial solution for fogging all areas in all kinds of healthcare environments. It is a natural and organic, safe, non-toxic, non-allergenic, non-corrosive, non mutagenic and 99.99% biodegradable product.

Because of the potential for inadvertent exposure to people and damage to surfaces or equipment, chemical fumigants should never be used.

ZITRITIDE been developed to pro-actively eliminate the incidences of microbial diseases which have become immune to chemical based alternatives in hospital and many other public environments.

The best method to kill or inactivate a micro organism, such as bacteria, fungi or a virus before it reaches a human cell is by using an effective antimicrobial agent, that is non-toxic to humans and animals, but toxic to any or all micro organisms.

The art of good cleaning has always revolved around a visibly clean environment. Infection Control is a new method to remove, kill and prevent the things we cannot see. Bacteria and viruses and other micro organisms live among us in their millions. Unseen, and unnoticed until they enter our bodies and make us unwell, only then do we see the problem. In our modern society the bacteria and viruses have evolved much faster than mankind and as a result they have become immune to antibiotics (as seen in MRSA and other hospital aquired infection). Other infections such as Norovirus affect thousands of people each year, closing businesses, schools, and hotels. 

The concern is that environmental surfaces routinely touched by patients and workers may play a role in the spread of microorganisms.

Fogging is a sterilisation technique that uses a special machine to create a mist which eliminates all pathogens, even ones that cannot be reached by conventional cleaning.

The process works by filling a room with a fine mist of ZITRITIDE, 10 - 30 micron particles (1 micron = 1 millionth of a metre or 1 thousandth of a millimetre. 1mm = 1 thousandth of a metre). These particles being so small, remain in the air long enough to kill any airborne viral or bacterial or other microbial contamination. As the particles settle onto all surfaces, even the ones never touched by conventional cleaning, ZITRITIDE continues to kill any surface contamination.

 ZITRITIDE offers a solution through a process known as fogging, that enable us to safely disinfect any room or area, killing any harmful pathogenic organisms both airborne and on surfaces. Our infection control methods aim is to give a safe germ free environment.

The need for a clean looking, fresh smelling environment is an essential part of work and life, it helps promote our well being. The methods and products used for this are what can make the difference to reduce the risk of cross infection, and break the chain of infection.

When infectious outbreaks take hold the only way to eradicate them is through strict cleaning and disinfecting. To say "too late" would be unfair once an outbreak has started. ZITRITIDE offers emergency fogging to bring the outbreak under control quickly and safely without the need to close our environment. The need to begin the process as soon as we suspect that our staff and clients are becoming unwell from such infections is the single most important step to take.

Routine cleaning with soap or detergent and water to remove soil and organic matter, but must be followed by the use of ZITRITIDE, a natural and organic disinfectant, to inactivate any remaining microorganism, which is the basic component of effective environmental management in any susceptible environment.

Routine cleaning and disinfecting methods should be employed throughout any area with special attention applied in all susceptible areas. The use of a natural and organic disinfectant that kills germs and does not adversely affect the environment is extremely important in our current society.

It is also required to provide clear instructions on safe application, effective monitoring during use, and an indication of the presence of any personal during the fogging process.

ZITRITIDE'S intent is to allow patients and workers to be present during fogging / fumigation; this could be a concern with other chemically prepared fumigants, since the concentrations of toxic substances are high enough to be toxic to individuals.

A significant concern is that when using any chemical fumigant, exposure levels to occupants must be maintained at safe levels. This requires the treated rooms to be completely sealed to prevent any emissions. Locating and sealing all potential escape routes may be a significant challenge.  

Hence, many have concluded that this fogging / fumigation method with chemical based products, is not suitable for decontamination of hospital rooms.

Any personal either, the patient or the staff or doctors or visitors, who are present at the time of fogging and inhale the micron particles of ZITRITIDE, can clear themselves of all the nasal and throat infections present in them and it will not cause Adina of the lungs.

There is no need to shift or move anything or anyone at the time of fogging and the area can be utilized immediately during or after the fogging. It is totally child safe and will not harm the environment, people or animals.

Fogging is a long established and recognised method of sterilising an entire surface area, including walls, ceilings, furnishing, carpets and floors. Prior to carrying out this activity, we can take various swabs from various surfaces from within the room / area which will be fogged, this swab will then be sent to a lab for checking the microbial load present in the surface.

After the area has been fogged we can then retake swabs to provide confirmation of the reduction in levels of.

The safety of all the personal, staff, workers as well as other occupants in a facility, e.g. patients and visitors, while using ZITRITIDE for application is an important aspect of our product.

As to impact on the facility where fine mist is used, evidence from the literature has identified benefits if a facility is experiencing high rates of infection or a possible outbreak of a particular microorganism.

Infection control in any hospital or health care setting / facility is a very vital and important discipline concerned with preventing / controlling NOSOCOMIAL and other healthcare associated infections / cross contaminations, to the patients, attendants, visitors, doctors, nurses and all other technical and non-technical support staff who practically come in contact with any or all such risks.

These are several reference studies that involve chemicals that remain unacceptable for fogging, e.g., formaldehyde, phenol-based agents or quaternary ammonium compounds.

There has been instances of some use of these chemicals, and an assessment of the aforementioned chemicals found a lack of microbiocidal efficacy. In addition, there were several reported instances of adverse effects on healthcare workers and others in facilities where these products were used.

The use for this product is to assist with control of an outbreak caused by microorganism(s) which is continuing unabated, wherein the environment of care is implicated. Other possible applications would be for rooms previously occupied by patients on Contact Precautions (CP) for multidrug-resistant organisms (MDRO), to decontaminate whole areas or patient care equipment that epidemiologic investigation implicates possible involvement in clusters of HAIs. Scientific studies do show that ZITRICIDE mist is effective for patient room non-porous surfaces, including hard surface equipment for a wide range of MDROs such as MRSA, VRE, gram negatives such as Acinetobacter and Serratia spp., viruses (e.g., rotavirus; norovirus), fungi, B. anthracis, protozoa but most importantly, C difficile spores. Other potential areas include: sensitive equipment that may be difficult to disinfect after cleaning; quarantine rooms in ED (for patients with suspected or proven infectious agents); animal lab facilities.

The majority of studies with ZITRITIDE in whole room/area decontamination have involved in vitro evidence of significant log reduction of microorganisms from a baseline level of contamination. There is evidence that ZITRICIDE has been helpful in controlling outbreaks when there is evidence of an environmental reservoir. Even though however, the impact may not be sustained, since repopulation of the surfaces with microbes occurs within 24-48 hours of re-occupancy of an area by patients or personnel or other contaminating agents.

Our goal is to improve all hospital infection control practices, including cleaning and disinfection, as well as behavioural and environmental practices, to the point where preventing the spread of micro organisms, including multiple-drug-resistant organisms, minimizes the chances of patients becoming infected and improves their chances of recovery.

Good Hygiene practices within the healthcare sector will not prevent Healthcare Associated Infections.

ZITRITIDE is also used in any area that is contaminated with Mould or Yeast spores. 

ZITRITIDE can minimise the threat of wide-spread infection posed by many potentially dangerous organisms and bacteria such as E-Coli, Salmonella, Legionnaires, Listeria, MRSA and C-Diff.

ZITRITIDE can also minimise the threat of viruses such as Noro Virus, Swine Flu and BBVs (Blood-borne Viruses) such as Hepatitis B (HBV) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) potentially found in blood-borne pathogens.

ZITRITIDE is an antimicrobial product, water-based broad spectrum anti-microbial that can be fogged to control levels of environmental micro organisms. It does not require heating and does not use any kind of chemical solvents or compounds or substances.

In healthcare facilities:

High risk areas in hospitals under various setting include: Intensive care units (Neonatal ICU, Pediatric ICU, ICU's CardioThoracic Vascular Surgery, Respiratory infections (H1N1 units), Operation Theatres, Dialysis Unit, Burns Unit, Transfusion services unit, Central Sterile Services Department, Patient wards, Out Patient departments and so on.

Health Care organisations and especially hospitals, now have a major pathogenic problem - Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, generally shortened to "MRSA". This represents a significant cause of hospital acquired infections  (HAI), also known as nosocomial infection, which is an infection whose development is favoured by a hospital environment, such as one acquired by a patient during a hospital visit or one developing among hospital staff.

There is always the possibility of cross-contamination or exposure to unhealthy matter in the atmosphere, so fogging with ZITRITIDE should be performed.

There must be adequate contact with ZITRITIDE to enable it to be effective. This time will vary according to the type of presence of inactivating or interfering factors such as excessive organic material or and the presence of microbial load.

Deposits of organic matter should be removed prior to fogging.

MRSA is a very significant concern with respect to hospital acquired infections. These resistant strains of bacteria represent a significant cost to the public & private health sectors due to the considerable time and effort required to cure infected patients and prevent further spread.

Hospital areas, particularly patient rooms treated with conventional methods commonly need to be left vacant for a period of up to 6-8 hours before a patient can be transferred to that area or room. Patients who become exposed to MRSA may have their hospital stay prolonged from days to a more extended period of time.

ZITRITIDE disinfectant is active in disinfecting - rapid bactericidal, fungicidal and veridical effectiveness against enveloped viruses such as hepatitis B virus, HIV, hepatitis C as well as against all non enveloped viruses like rota and papova virus.

To kill TB, MRSA, VRE, HIV-1, staphyloccocus aureus, salmonella cholerasuis, pseudomonas aerugi-nosa, influenza a2/hong kong, escherichia coli (pathogenic strain), and herpes simplex type 2, all in 5 minutes or less.

The extract contains a mixture of natural ingredients that, when combined, produce an extremely powerful anti-bacterial, anti-mould and anti-fungal agent.

For too long toxic chemicals have been the mainstay of our day to day living only to find out that they are carcinogenic, harmful, toxic and in many cases ineffective as they invoke pathogenic mutations.

In General and Public areas:
Germs can be spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth. Droplets from a cough or sneeze from an infected person will move through the air or get spread to surfaces and will further spread when a person touches these respiratory droplets from the infected person on any medium, like a desk, computer keyboard, staircase or escalator handles, door handles, in handshaking and many others. If they touch their own eyes, mouth or nose before washing their hands, infection will occur.

We know that some viruses and bacteria can live from 2 to 24 hours outside of the body under certain circumstances. Decontamination of surfaces and frequent disinfection is essential in reducing the chance of becoming contaminated from these common surface areas.

Basically most chemical disinfectants do not have the broad-spectrum action or safety qualities to render them appropriate for disinfecting many exotic diseases. Most of the basic chemical disinfectants also have significant safety and toxicity issues associated with their use.

ZITRITIDE must be used in all public and private areas where people are in constant and continuous presence and use. Such places can be Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Markets, Airports, Train and Bus stations and terminals, Trains and Buses, Veterinary farms and kennels, Slaughter houses, Public and common Restrooms, Private and public offices and establishments, Industrial Facilities, Schools, Health Care Facilities, Athletic Facilities, Schools, Kindergartens, Aged Care Facilities, Child Care Facilities and Recreational Facilities, etc.

Regular cleaning and disinfection is required on the floors, walls, the atmosphere and all other hard surfaces and environments.

Preventative disinfection and decontamination of Surfaces:

In large areas or rooms such as classrooms or a lobby, one process is to micro-mist fog or fumigate with a natural and organic disinfectant on the whole atmosphere/environment covering well all the areas from ceilings, walls and floors.

A second process is to spray or wet wipe surfaces with disinfectant. Decontaminating infected premises, especially with respect to rural farming systems and wet markets where live poultry are sold under crowded and unsanitary conditions. Spray cans should be applied (or large scale spray fumigation or fogging systems) for use within airplanes, airports or within any large scale public space (i.e. train/bus stations) and within hospitals, homes, isolation units and anywhere else appropriate. Tourist facilities such as Zoo’s and Sanctuaries should be sanitized as mandatory as it should be to all poultry and veterinary farms, private and public kennels etc.

Disinfecting all personals and workers in hospitals, wet-markets, public service systems, restaurants, etc.

Disinfecting all work surfaces in all areas.

Most importantly in buildings, surfaces, streets and all public areas.

It can also be used in different concentrations to sanitize and disinfect hands, body, all surfaces, rooms, operating theatres, inside ambulances, inside airplanes etc - by washing, wiping, spraying, fogging and the like.

All public places such as Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Markets, Airports, Train and Bus stations and terminals, Trains and Buses, Veterinary farms and kennels, Slaughter houses, Public Restrooms, Private and public offices and establishments, Industrial Facilities, Schools, Health Care Facilities, Athletic Facilities, Recreational Facilities, etc.

The best way to do this is to spray, mist fog or fumigate all areas. Regular cleaning or disinfection is required on Floors and Walls, in the atmosphere and all other Hard surfaces. Desk tops and sides, Chairs, Computers, Keyboards, Urinals, Toilets pans, Sinks, Faucets, Floors, Door Handles, Lockers, Handrails, Carpets, Seats and all other touch points in all exposed areas. In large areas or rooms such as classrooms or a lobby, one process is to wet micro-mist fog or fumigate with a Natural and Organic disinfectant on the whole atmosphere from ceilings and walls and up to floors.

Another process is to spray or wet wipe all reachable surfaces with a disinfectant. When the disinfectant treated surface has noticeable dirt and grime streaks or the area cleaned is considerably cleaner than non-cleaned surfaces, the ability of the disinfectant to clean and sanitize in one application is compromised.

Preventive vehicle disinfection and decontamination is required in all ambulances and other surfaces which come in touch with patients and the general public.

A preventive disinfection in all these areas would greatly control the spread of the virus or infection from the areas and things that the infected patient had already contaminated. This could ideally control a great level of risk to others from getting infected.

Microbes are capable of mass reproduction in sub-visible pores and cracks of surfaces. Fogging or spraying with disinfectant improves the penetration of the disinfectant into areas that other-wise might not be reached.

ZITRITIDE ANTIMICROBIAL FINE MIST FOGGING

  • Is the new standard of care in infection management
  • Any personal either, the patient or the staff or doctors or visitors, who are present at the time of fogging and inhale the micron particles of ZITRITIDE, can clear themselves of all the nasal and throat infections present in them and it will not cause Adina of the lungs.
  • There is no need to shift or move anything or anyone at the time of fogging and the area can be utilized immediately during or after the fogging. It is totally child safe and will not harm the environment, people or animals.
  • Eliminates the potential for any microbial contamination
  • Is free from all known drugs, preservatives and chemicals
  • The only natural and organic alternative to all chemical based cleansers
  • Reduces bio-burden
  • Does not promote bacterial resistance or mutation
  • Possesses rapid kill time
  • Very effective against all molds, yeasts, fungi, bacteria and viruses
  • Non-staining
  • Non-oily
  • Fully bio-degradable
  • Does not discolour or stain
  • Suitable for all high risk and infected areas
  • pH balanced
  • Contains active anti microbial ingredients
  • Contains no detergents
  • Home care friendly
  • Managed care friendly
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Suitable for repeated, long-term use
  • 100% natural and organic
  • Non-toxic
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Non-carcinogenic
  • Non-mutagenic
  • Non-teratogenic
  • Eco-friendly
  • Kills 99.999% of germs
  • Effective against bacteria, viruses, and fungi including Escherichia coli, Clostridium species, Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacteroides, Vibrio species, Aspergillus species, Candida species, Herpes simplex virus 1 and 2, Herpes zoster virus.
  • Works between a broad range of pH of 2 - 12
  • Odorless
  • Non-corrosive
  • Easy to store
  • Long residual effect.
  • Stable at temperatures up to 130° c
Main ingredient has been tested by Retroscreen Virology Laboratories London and also by Analytical Microlabs & Australian Rickettsial Research Laboratories in Australia.

for very critical areas - 20%
for critical areas - 15%
for semi critical areas - 10%
for other areas - 5%

Mix Zitritide with water as mentioned below:
  1. For @ 20%
        Add 200 ml solution in 800 ml of water

  1. For @ 15%
        Add 150 ml of solution in 850ml of water

  1. For @ 10%
        Add 100 ml of solution in 900ml of water

  1. For @ 5%
        Add 50 ml of solution in 950ml of water

List of Ingredients:
  • CITRUS AURANTIUM AMARA EXTRACT IN THE FORM OF BIOFLAVINOID COMPLEX (also known as Bitter Orange Extract)
  • DE-MINERALISED WATER
Ingredient
Water (demineralised)
Bitter Orange Extract (Bioflavonoid Complex)


  • DE-MINERALISED WATER - 99%
  • CITRUS AURANTIUM AMARA EXTRACT - 1%
Active Ingredient - Citrus aurantium amara extract (Bioflavonoid Complex) 63 grams/litre or 0.14 % Weight/Volume.

Hospitals must use antimicrobial solutions or disinfectants throughout the hospital to disinfect surfaces, atmosphere and medical devices.

FOGGING with antimicrobial solution FOR ROOM DECONTAMINATION IN HEALTHCARE AND OTHER SETTINGS is a must for prevention and control of all infections.

To be used in hospitals, nursing homes, day care centres, trauma and emergency care, cancer centres, research & pathology labs, diagnostic centres, veterinary clinics and hospitals, Ambulances, etc.

Microorganisms are invisible to the naked eye so you can never be sure which surfaces are contaminated and which are not. This is why disinfection is so important.

For housekeeping purposes in patient care areas where:
  1. uncertainty exists about the nature of the soil on the surfaces (e.g., blood or body fluid contamination versus routine dust or dirt);
  2. uncertainty exists about the presence of multidrug resistant organisms on such surfaces.”
To kill C. difficile spores and other dangerous microorganisms.

There are various bacteria and harmful organisms present throughout any health care facility.

Cleaning and disinfecting processes will vary based on the situation and the area within the hospital.
  • Any personal either, the patient or the staff or doctors or visitors, who are present at the time of fogging and inhale the micron particles of ZITRITIDE, can clear themselves of all the nasal and throat infections present in them and it will not cause Adina of the lungs.
  • There is no need to shift or move anything or anyone at the time of fogging and the area can be utilized immediately during or after the fogging. It is totally child safe and will not harm the environment, people or animals.
User discretion is necessary, based on the area to be fogged, always consider the amount of possible microbial load in each area and alter the dilution as required. For a stronger dosage reduce the amount of water and increase the amount of Zitritide, and vice versa.

Fogging particle size 5-10 microns.

1 litre of mixed or diluted solution would cover about 5000 -6000 cubic feet

To calculate the volume of a given item or space in cubic feet, measure the length, width and height in feet and multiply the results together. For example, a room or an area, 10 ft long, 6 ft wide and 8 ft high could be described as having a capacity of 480cubic feet (10 x 6 x 8 = 480).

Follow the instructions given for the fogging machine by the manufacturer.

Basically, unscrew the lid of the fog tank, and fill the tank up approximately a little more than halfway with Zitritide.

After adding fluid to the tank, screw the cap back on the machine.

  • Mixing with other agents, oils, or enzymes may lower efficacy.

  • For external use only.

  • Do not fog towards the face or eyes

  • Spray directly toward the atmosphere, roof, walls and floors

  • Keep out of reach of children

  • Use only as directed

  • NOT FOR MEDICINAL USE

  • FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

  • DO NOT MIX ANY OTHER PRODUCT TO IT FOR ITS EFFICACY

  • Any personal either, the patient or the staff or doctors or visitors, who are present at the time of fogging and inhale the micron particles of ZITRITIDE, can clear themselves of all the nasal and throat infections present in them and it will not cause Adina of the lungs.
  • There is no need to shift or move anything or anyone at the time of fogging and the area can be utilized immediately during or after the fogging. It is totally child safe and will not harm the environment, people or animals.
User discretion is necessary, based on the area to be fogged, always consider the amount of possible microbial load in each area and alter the dilution as required. For a stronger dosage reduce the amount of water and increase the amount of Zitritide, and vice versa.

Fogging particle size 5-10 microns.

1 litre of mixed or diluted solution would cover about 5000 -6000 cubic feet

To calculate the volume of a given item or space in cubic feet, measure the length, width and height in feet and multiply the results together. For example, a room or an area, 10 ft long, 6 ft wide and 8 ft high could be described as having a capacity of 480cubic feet (10 x 6 x 8 = 480).

Follow the instructions given for the fogging machine by the manufacturer.

Basically, unscrew the lid of the fog tank, and fill the tank up approximately a little more than halfway with Zitritide.

After adding fluid to the tank, screw the cap back on the machine.

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