What is Zoono?

Unlike conventional antimicrobials, Zoono technology does not kill by chemical poisoning or alcohol dehydration, does not emit gas, leach, diffuse, migrate, evaporate away or otherwise leave the surface to which it has been applied. The result is an extraordinarily long-acting, Food Safe product unmatched by others. Zoono products have been proven to be highly effective against a wide array of pathogens, including MRSA (Superbug), E. Coli, H1N1 Swine Flu, Listeria, TB, Stachybotrys (black mould) and even the debilitating gastro ailment, Norovirus.

GermFree Bioscience Australia recommends and uses ONLY non-alcohol based products. 

Comparison chart between Zoono technology and traditional sanitisation products currently sold in the market place. 

 

Zoono can be applied as a mist, as a spray, brushed onto a surface or used as a textile dip. It does not require mixing and is safe to handle and safe to store. When the Zoono application dries, the micro thin coating forms a very strong bond with the treated surface. It can be likened to having millions of sword shaped ‘pins’ on the surface – each of which will attract, pierce and either kill or inactivate the pathogen. Technically, the process is called ‘lysis’ but it’s best described as a ‘pin popping a balloon’.

 



Because it does not diminish in strength in relation to the number of pathogens killed, the Zoono molecule (the Zoono ‘Sword’) is capable of attacking new bacteria cells again and again – with only a single application.

Zoono is colourless, odourless, non-leaching, environmentally safe, non-corrosive and whilst completely safe for humans and animals, is deadly for a wide range of bacteria, mould, fungi, yeasts and viruses. 

Find out how Zoono works here