ICP’s Environmental Restoration Group supplies the only disinfectant proven effective against Coronavirus in real world situations – Fiberlock’s ShockWave concentrate. For a product to be EPA Registered as a disinfectant it must pass efficacy testing for each given virus or microorganism. This test includes exposing the subject strain to the disinfectant and the product must kill over 99.99% of the microorganism to pass. Often an organic soil load is added to create a more challenging test as organic material on the surface reduces the efficacy of a disinfectant. The industry standard is a 5% organic soil load which simulates slightly “dirty” conditions.
Label is the Law
When faced with specific challenges, it is important to understand the liability potential and responsibility under the law to follow the precise instruction for use sites, applications, and microorganism kill claims, listed on the products’ packaging. Remember that a sanitizer doesn’t kill like a disinfectant; THEY ARE NOT THE SAME. Consider that the specific virus or microorganism must be EPA registered and listed on the product packaging. Also respect that without the EPA registered listing on the label the product cannot be used for that specific application, by law. Contractors and industry professionals must educate themselves to prevent liability from false claims or improper use based on the labeling.
Controlling the Virus is the Future
4 gallons come in a case! ShockWave is an EPA-registered, quaternary ammonium chloride cleaner, disinfectant and sanitizer designed for use on various surfaces subject to microbial contamination. ShockWave is a concentrated formula that will disinfect hard, nonporous surfaces, and also sanitizes porous and semi-porous surfaces. ShockWave is especially useful as an all-in-one product for treating wood structural members, carpets, and other porous and nonporous surfaces as part of a complete mold remediation project. ShockWave is registered to kill over 120 organisms including Norwalk Virus, and is approved for the H5N1 avian flu. ShockWave is designed to be diluted two ounces per gallon of water*, yielding 64 gallons of usable product per gallon of concentrate, making it an economical solution for your cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing needs. ShockWave is available in 1-gallon jugs and convenient 10-ounce bottles (CR646EA), the proper amount for five gallons of usable product.
NOTE: This item can not be shipped to California or Canada Replacement Item for California Only: IAQ 2000CR645GL No replacement specified for Canada at this time.