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Our newly launched personal care division will focus on making available a wide range of products primarily aimed at keeping you and your loved ones safe in these times.

Personal care Products

Final Brand Name Composition Form Primary
TruSaniz Chlorhexidine and Ethanol hand rub Hand Rub 500ml
TruSaniz Handy Chlorhexidine and Ethanol hand rub Hand Rub 500ml
TruSaniz Chlorhexidine and Ethanol hand rub Hand Rub 250ml
TruSaniz Mini Iso Propyl Alcohol Gel Based Hand Sanitizer 100ml
TruSaniz Surface Disinfectant Spray Ethyl Alcohol Spray Spray 170 g Spray
TruKover Mask Mask 3 Ply melt-blown mask 50 mask
TruKover Mask Supra Mask 3 Ply melt blown mask 50 mask
Noviruz Clo2 Fumigating kit 20 gm Tablet 20 gm Tablet
Circa TruBP Essential Blood Pressure Measuring Device Device Mono-Pack
TruTemp Thermometer Device Mono-Pack
TruKover Meltblown Mask Supra 3 Ply Meltblown Mask Mask 50 mask
TruSaniz 100 ml Gel with Flip Top Cap Isopropyl Alcohol 100 ml Sanitizer 100 ml
TruSaniz 250 ml Hand Rub with Flip Top Cap Chlorhexidine and Ethanol 250 ml Sanitizer 250 ml
TruSaniz 500 ml Hand Rub with Flip Top Cap Chlorhexidine and Ethanol 500 ml Sanitizer 500 ml
Trusaniz Lemon 500 ml Gel Hand sanitizer with pump Ethanol 95%v/v , Isopropyl alcohol 3% w/w, Niacinamide 1% w/w
in perfume GEL BASE
500 ml Sanitizer gel-based 500 ml
Trusaniz Hand Sanitizing Wipe IPA, Glycerine, Eucalyptus Leaf oil 1 Sachet 1X30
Trusaniz 100 ml Sanitizer Gel based in Tube Ethanol 95%v/v , Isopropyl alcohol 3% w/w, Niacinamide 1% w/w
in perfume GEL BASE
100 ml Tube 100 ml
Noviruz Chlorine dioxide tablet 20 gm Tablet 1X25 Tablets/ Bucket
  1. How is the product to be used?
    • 20 gm tablet is to be put in 500ml water in plastic containers (not less than 200ml of water).
    • Room to be closed & left for 3 hours at least, preferably overnight where and when possible like offices, schools, hospitals, etc.
    • 15 minutes of ventilation to be done after a specified time and the room is ready to use.
    • For ventilation open all widows and on the fan, if it is closed room then on the AC for 15 minutes.
    • After ventilation of 15 minutes room would be ready for use.
  2. What kind of precautions are to be followed while using it – if any?
    • Avoid entering the room when the fumigation cycle is ongoing.
    • In case it is required to enter the room for a brisk time, cover your mouth-nose with a cloth and enter the room.
    • 15 minutes of ventilation to be done after a specified time and the room is ready to use.
    • To use the room in urgency, tie your nose-mouth properly with cloth, take the container water and discard in flush, toilet, ventilate the room and toilet for 15 min and initiate to reuse the room.
  3. What is the size of the room this can decontaminate?
    • Each 20 gm tablet for 100 ft2, (or 1000ft3 taking 10ft of height, length, and width)
  4. Germicidal Coverage claim:
    • Chlorine dioxide gas is effective and can be used to destroy or eliminate all forms of microbial life including fungi, viruses, and all forms of bacteria and their spores. Spores are considered to be the most difficult form of the microorganism to destroy. Therefore, EPA considers the term Sporicide to be synonymous with ‘Sterilizer’.
  5. National & International recommendations:
    • Chinese Pharmaceutical Association – Expert consensus on Guidance and prevention strategies – For Surface sanitation and air fumigation.
    • Beijing Capital International Airport recommendation – surface sanitization.
    • China National Health commission
    • US-EPA – United States – Environment Protection Agency – List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2
    • The safety of the product is well established and tested for: Oral toxicity, Dermal irritation, Dermal toxicity, Eye irritation
    • The company has an NSF (National Sanitization Foundation) certificate – hence the product by this company is attested by the American body for its effectiveness.
    • The product is tested for efficacy in India by Shriram Institute of Industrial Research, Haffkine institute, IIT-Kharagpur and Roorkee
  6. How exactly does this tablet work?
    • The antimicrobial effect of ClO2 is due to the oxidation of a critical tryptophan residue of the viral protein hemagglutinin. Indeed, these findings are consistent with the observation that ClO2 can oxidize and denature proteins by modifying their tryptophan and tyrosine residues.
  7. How long does the room stay disinfected once I have used the product?
    • The currently used techniques disinfect the room or premise – once the room starts being inhabited, it has theoretically started to reduce viral – bacterial load.
    • The only method of continuous sterilization known to us currently is a gel that releases Cl02 gas at the level that can kill microbes, virus and is still safe for humans incubating the place, details of this product to be sought.
  8. What are the precautions that need to be taken while using the product?
    • Precautions to be taken while putting the tablet in water:
      Put the tablet immediately in water once upon, wash your hands with soap-water once the tablet is put in water, avoid touching the hands used for removing the tablet to eyes, mouth, nose, and other parts of the body, avoid giving it to children, in case of contact with eyes, mouth, nose or other delicate body parts – wash immediately with soap water or plain water
  9. What happens if I inhale some of the gas being produced by accident?
    • Lung damage, manifested by bronchitis, bronchiolitis, or small areas of hemorrhagic alveolitis, appears to develop at 2.5 ppm (7.0 mg/m3 ) or more following repeated exposure for 7 h/day for 1 month and at 10 ppm (28 mg/m3) or more for 15 min twice per day for 4 weeks, with dose-dependent severity. World Health Organization Geneva, 2002 – Our product produces 2 ppm in air and the complete fumigation cycle is not more than 3 hours – so the exposure levels are very less than that may cause any harm.
  10. Can the product cause any allergic reactions?
    • The following acute (short-term) health effects may occur immediately or shortly after exposure to Chlorine dioxide.
    • Contact can irritate skin and eyes causing watery eyes and seeing halos around lights.
    • Breathing Chlorine dioxide can irritate the nose and throat causing coughing and wheezing.
    • Breathing Chlorine dioxide can irritate the lungs causing coughing and shortness of breath. Higher and very long term exposure can cause a build-up of fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema), a medical emergency with severe shortness of breath.
    • It is difficult to predict who will develop allergies to any product. It is said that one can develop an allergy to anything under the sun, including the sun.
  11. Is the product contraindicated for any specific class of people?
    • No
  12. Are there any precautions I need to take after I have touched the product?
    • Yes – wash the hands after you touch the product with bare hands with soap and water.
  13. Is the product safe to be used in a house with elderly people, children, and pets?
    • Yes, if used as per directions/instructions
  14. Is this product safe for asthmatics?
    • Currently, no data is available to say it’s contraindicated but the usual precautions need to be followed
  15. Can the product be used in my office?
    • Yes – use as per directions of use
  16. Can the product be used in my Car?
    • Yes – use as per directions of use.
  17. Is the product safe to be used in my kitchen?
    • Yes, safety is established if used per directions of use.
  18. What is the other kind of places I can use my product?
    • The product has no general contraindication of use, can be used in common public places, as long as it is used per the directions of use.
  19. What do I do if somebody in my house inhales the tablet by mistake?
    • Tablet is difficult to inhale but what you mean is when it is put in water and it effervesces, but per the directions for use, one should not be in the room once the tablet is put in the plastic container with 500 ml of water; despite this, if he inhales the gas by mistake, please take him to a doctor to be on the safer side; keep it out of reach of children and pets and the elderly; not for internal (including inhalation route) human consumption
  20. Any precautions that I need to take for the storage of the product?
    • Store in a normal place temperature, away from high moisture levels
  21. Is this product certified by any reputed body in terms of efficacy?
    • ClO2 is mentioned by US EPA List N as a disinfectant for Use Against SARS-CoV-2
  22. Are there any studies that prove the efficacy of this product?
    • Yes – shared separately
  23. Does this product kill the Coronavirus? Specifically, does it kill the COVID-19 virus?
    • All that we know is that the molecule ClO2 is mentioned by US EPA List N as a disinfectant for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
  24. Can I use this product to spray/wipe hard surfaces (including the floor) to clean them and disinfect them – if so how?
    • Yes – this is indeed the best and most economical way to wipe new age viruses such as the SARS-COV-2 from surfaces. 1g tablet dissolved in 500ml water (for surface sterilization quantity ml ratio is different and as mentioned) – Spraying this solution or mopping on the surface can be claimed to remove SARS-COV-2. This is supported by US-EPA, Expert Consensus on Guidance and Prevention Strategies for Hospital Pharmacists, and the Pharmacy Workforce – Chinese Pharmaceutical association.
  25. How safe is CD Gas?
    • The very reason decontaminating agents are used is for the purpose of killing organisms. As such, no such agent can be truly said to be 100% safe. However, chlorine dioxide gas is the safest fumigant available, due to its physical attributes and process advantages.
  26. Does CD Gas leave a residue?
    • No, chlorine dioxide gas does not leave a residue after decontamination. One of the first commercial uses for chlorine dioxide gas was to sterilize intraocular lenses (implanted contact lenses). As such, it had to be proven that no residue was left after sterilization.
  27. Doesn’t CD Gas form hydrochloric acid in the water?
    • Chlorine dioxide gas does not react with water. It stays as chlorine dioxide in water, allowing it to kill organisms in the water and on the surface beneath. Chlorine dioxide is different than chlorine (which does react to form hydrochloric acid) just like carbon dioxide is different from carbon. Hydrochloric acid cannot be formed when using a pure chlorine dioxide as we do.
  28. Is CD Gas explosive?
    • Not at use concentrations. Chlorine dioxide gas is potentially explosive at high concentrations in a dry environment with an ignition source. Tablet does not generate chlorine dioxide gas at these high concentrations, so there is no danger of explosion when using our process. The use concentration is 250 times less than the explosive level.
  29. Can you smell CD Gas?
    • Yes, and the fact that chlorine dioxide gas has an odor is a benefit. The odor threshold is the same as the 8-hour safety threshold, so the user can start to detect chlorine dioxide gas while still at safe levels.
  30. Can CD Gas be used in BSL-3 and BSL-4 facilities?
    • Yes, many BSL-3. BSL-3Ag and BSL-4 facilities worldwide use chlorine dioxide gas for their decontamination process. In the United States, many of the Regional Biosafety Labs use chlorine dioxide gas as well.
  31. Why use CD Gas for room decontamination?
    • Remove the human factor from the decontamination process
    • Reduce human exposure to disinfecting agents
    • Reduce overall decontamination time due to short aeration times
    • The only method that offers a complete kill
    • No measurable residuals unlike formaldehyde
    • Non-carcinogenic unlike formaldehyde or VPHP (confirmed animal carcinogen according to the ACGIH)
  32. Is chlorine dioxide a carcinogen?
    • No, there is no data to support that chlorine dioxide gas is a carcinogen. In fact, chlorine dioxide is used for treating drinking water and disinfecting a variety of food products.
  33. Why use CD Gas, it has a low safety limit?
    • Chlorine dioxide gas does have a 0.1 ppm 8-hour threshold, but chlorine dioxide gas provides a better safety factor due to its low odor threshold, making it possible to detect at low levels without sensing equipment. Chlorine dioxide gas has a much quicker cycle time, shortening the overall time that potentially unsafe conditions exist. VPHP and formaldehyde both have longer cycle times, where the unsafe levels exist for a longer time. Chlorine dioxide gas is also used at much lower concentrations than both formaldehyde and VPHP. Combined with the fact that chlorine dioxide gas has a quicker aeration time, this means that in case of an emergency, chlorine dioxide gas can be aerated to safe levels faster than formaldehyde and VPHP.
  34. How is chlorine dioxide better than others?
    • Our generation process creates pure chlorine dioxide, something that other manufacturers cannot say. Other methods generation of chlorine dioxide creates harmful by-products such as hydrochloric acid, chlorine, and chlorous acid along with the chlorine dioxide, which can affect materials within the space being decontaminated.
  35. How fast are typical cycle times?
    • Our chlorine dioxide gas systems offer short cycle times for all applications.
    • Sterilizers – 30 ft3 vacuum chamber in under 2.25 hrs. start to finish (6-log reduction of spores)
    • Isolators – 300 ft3 chamber in under 2.5 hrs. start to finish (6-log reduction of spores)
    • Rooms – 2700 ft3 room in under 3.5 hrs. start to finish (6-log reduction of spores)

Comparison against the other agents

Agent Clo2 gas Sodium and Calcium Hypochlorite Glutaraldehyde Iodine Quaternary Ammonium Compounds Peracetic Acid
Performance High Moderate Moderate to high Moderate Moderate Lgh Moderate
Contact Time Seconds to minutes Minutes to hours 30 minutes to several hours Minutes to hours Minutes to hours Minutes
Concentration 0.1 – 100 ppm 1,000 ppm to 1% 500 ppm to 1% 500 ppm to 1% 100 ppm to 1% 30-200 ppm
pH Neutral to Acidic Alkaline Neutral Neutral to Acidic Acidic to Neutral Acidic
Corrosiveness Negligible* Corrosive to iron and aluminum Negligible Corrosive to iron and stainless steel Corrosive to iron, copper, and brass Corrosive to iron
Toxicity Negligible* Harmful to tissues Can cause skin irritation Variable. Iodine is extremely toxic; Can cause skin irritation Skin and mucous membrane irritation
Biodegradability High Moderate to low Moderate to high Low Low High
Cost Moderate Low Moderate to high Moderate to high Moderate to high