Technology of Disinfection and
Nano needle protective layer
attract germ cells
Germ cell contact the surface to which
the stock solution has been sprayed
Germs are punctured by
needle-like layers and kill germs
Features of Disinfectant and
Options of Disinfectant and
ZOONO®Sanitizing Coating Sterilizes
TX-5 Nano Air Catalyst Disinfection Coating
|Made in New Zealand||Made in Japan|
|30 Days Validity||180 Days Validity|
• US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Certification
• Compliant with New Zealand Food Safety Authority Standards
|Proven by third-party laboratories that it is harmless to human pets|
Demonstration of Disinfecting
Disinfectant Antibacterial Coating
Disinfecting Antimicrobial Coatings
Q: Does it have impact on children, pregnant women, and animals?
Answer: It will not affect pregnant women, children, the elderly, and people with sensitive skin, such as eczema. It is also not harmful to animals. The product complies with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and New Zealand Food Safety Authority standards and can be safely used in humans (pregnant women and children), food and animals.
Although all substances have a “toxicity” level (including water), Zoono’s “toxicity level” is similar to that of vitamin C. Therefore, Zoono is safe to use around people, pets and plants.
Q: Can I wash my hands and clean after using ZOONO disinfection products?
Answer: Yes. After using Zoono disinfection products, you should wash your hands and clean as usual to regularly remove the stains on your hands or the surface of objects, so that the ZOONO protective layer can keep killing pathogens for a longer time.
Q: Any impact if other disinfectants (such as alcohol disinfectants) be used after disinfection?
Answer: No. Zoono adheres to the surface of the object or the skin, the disinfection effect is effective until the coating falls off, and the bactericidal effect is until the protective layer naturally falls off the surface of the object or the skin. Therefore, the use of disinfectants such as alcohol will not affect its efficacy.
Q: How long does it take to sterilize?
- 500 feets – 2000 feets, about 20-30 minutes
- 2000 feets – 4000 feets, about 30-40 minutes
- 4000 feets – 8000 feets, about 40-70 minutes
Q: How long can it be used after disinfection is complete?
Answer: Because of the atomization effect, the degree of wetting is relatively small, so wait about 10-20 minutes for the protective layer to dry and form, and then use it as usual. After that, you can clean your home as usual every day without any impact.
Q: What should I pay attention to before and after disinfection?
a. It is better to avoid staying at the site; it is also possible to stay at the site to watch, but keep an appropriate distance.
b. The paper is better pressed with a heavy object, because the spray wind is strong.
c. Food wrapping.
d. Keep the air circulating and wait about ten minutes for the coating to form and it will resume normal
e. Wait about 10-20 minutes for the protective layer to dry and form, then use it as usual.
Q: Appointment Time
Answer: Usually the service can be arranged on the same day or the next day. Service charges incur after 11:00pm.
Q: Certificate Provision?
Answer: 2 certificates will be provided after the disinfection is completed, proving that this area has been sprayed with a disinfection coating. The certificate is a sticker (9cm x 14cm) for customers to stick it in a prominent position.