Decontamination of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
bioWALL is preparing to deploy its technology to provide decontamination of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the United States during the COVID-19 response.
Our team developed and implemented chlorine dioxide gas sterilant technology to eliminate Bacillus
anthracis--the spore-forming bacterium that causes anthrax--from buildings in Washington, DC and elsewhere following the 2001 anthrax attacks.
We have refined and applied this technology for decontamination of viruses, bacteria and molds in government, hospital, pharmaceutical, and
food processing facilities. Our process decontaminates the facilities themselves, air and other contents in the facilities.
Our EPA registered sterilant DiKlor-G® gas treatment process has been successfully employed to eliminate
pathogens that are more difficult to kill (e.g., bacterial spores and non-enveloped viruses) compared with coronaviruses. We are in the process
of obtaining regulatory approvals to use a modified process to decontaminate PPE and plan the following offerings:
HIGH THROUGHPUT DECONTAMINATION OF PPE IN ON-SITE CHAMBER SYSTEMS
bioWALL delivers mobile decontamination chambers in truck trailers. The proprietary chamber system allows decontamination of
more than 10,000 N95 masks per treatment cycle. In a service area with 10 chambers, 100,000+ N95 masks per day or even 200,000+ masks per day (using two cycles)
can be decontaminated. The delivery of chambers on-site to hospitals or other facilities makes bioWALL’s process convenient for those with immediate need to
The decontamination chamber systems include a Replenish™ tank as the source of chlorine dioxide. A bioWALL Replenish®
service truck operator will monitor and replenish the chlorine dioxide in the tank. Decontamination cycles can be run at max capacity for several days without
replenishing tank contents. Each truck provides Replenish™ service to numerous chambers.
LIQUID SANITIZING SOLUTIONS
bioWALL anticipates offering liquid sanitizing solutions of DiKlor® chlorine dioxide to subscribers within the
Replenish™ service area where chambers are in operation.
FAVORABLE COST, ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Our technology is more cost effective than competing technologies and produces no waste effluent. Chlorine dioxide has
been used for decades in municipal drinking water and has been used safely in hundreds of facility sterilizations.