Combining Chemistry with Physics to Kill Germs

The bioPURE process harnesses the natural disinfecting power of chlorine dioxide with the physics of a supercharged delivery system known as electrostatic spraying.  A process created through the physics of Coulomb’s Law.

 As compared to traditional spray-and-wipe, electrostatic spraying is a simple, cost effective approach to surface disinfection methods.  

Technology of Electrostatic Spraying:

  • Electrostatic spraying has been used in the agricultural and automobile industry for decades. In effect, a spray gun modified with an electrode charges the liquid particles, which are then guided to an oppositely charged target. 
  • Electrostatic spraying allows for superior coverage of every part of your home or office, thanks in part to the chemical attraction of charged particles based upon Coulomb’s law.

Why Chlorine Dioxide?

  • Chlorine dioxide is widely viewed as one of the most effective, sanitizing agents created by man.
  • Chlorine dioxide is a friendly compound in common use today for treatment of municipal water supplies, the disinfection of meat, seafood, fruit and surfaces, whitening teeth, eliminating odors, and experimentally to treat wounds and infections.  
  • There is a significant chemical difference between bioPURE chlorine dioxide solution and chlorine and chlorine-type disinfectants. Although chlorine can be found in the name, the product is not a chlorine-type disinfectant. When the bioPURE solution is applied, the chlorine dioxide molecule kills the full spectrum of bacteria, algae, fungi, spores, protozoan, yeast, methanogens, viruses, mold and bio-film by its great oxidizing capacity. 



  • The force of electrostatic attraction is so strong that droplets can, and will, reverse direction to move sideways and upwards, against gravity, to coat hidden surfaces.
    • As most surfaces are neutral or negatively charged, the positively charged particles are attracted, attach firmly, and spread uniformly across the treated surface.  Consistent and uniform coverage of critical disinfectants is achieved. 
    • Electrostatic droplets, due to their like charge, repel each other and cannot not overlap, which provides for uniform dispersion and 100% coverage of the area that is being sprayed.
    • This process prevents any kind of over saturation or dripping from elevated surfaces, allowing for a proper product dwell time on hard to clean areas, such as underneath tables, as well as counter and cabinet lips, which is hugely beneficial to everyone, as certain germs and infectious bacteria can survive on non-porous surfaces for months.
  • With the air-assisted electrostatic spray-gun, applying chemicals is vastly more efficient and effective than today’s common practices.  The electrostatic application produces a molecular coating on not only seen surfaces but also the unseen and hard to reach places.