Upgrade to NaDCC
Still using bleach to disinfect? It’s time to break up. EvaClean’s products are proven to work just like traditional cleaning solutions, only they don’t expose your people or your facility to harmful chemicals. In fact, our products are safer to use, safe to dispose of, more versatile and more effective and better for the environment.
When it comes to health and safety, EvaClean’s PurTabs and PurOne NaDCC disinfectants and bleach are miles apart. NaDCC has the lowest HMIS rating of 0/0/0, and a neutral pH. Bleach has the highest toxicity rating of 3/0/0 HMIS, and an alkaline pH, indicating health hazards.
NaDCC-based HOCl disinfectant has 4X the killing power of bleach on soiled surfaces. Bleach’s efficacy is reduced and even deactivated by soil.
NaDCC can be used for everything from daily cleaner to hospital-grade sporicidal disinfectant to NSF D2 no rinse food surface safe sanitizer. Bleach is not an EPA approved sporicidal, nor is it NSF approved for food surfaces.
NaDCC was the first chemistry to earn an EPA registered Biofilm bacteria kill claim. Very few others have received a Biofilm claim and bleach isn’t one of them. NaDCC also has the EPA’s highest-level 2c Emerging Viral Pathogen claim.
NaDCC pre-measured disinfectant tablets ensure accurate dilution to the correct concentration and eliminate aerosol or splashing hazards. Measuring bleach can cause errors, splash and spill, and creates harmful aerosols.
1 gallon of liquid bleach weights 8lbs. An equivalent sleeve of NaDCC tablets weighs mere ounces, yet is more effective and biodegradable. NaDCC tablets reduces shipping, packaging, and environmental impact.
NaDCC disinfectants possess reserve killing power that slowly releases HOCI to sustain residual efficacy for longer lasting protection. Bleach degrades in sunlight and has zero residual efficacy.
NaDCC saves you money. One case of NaDCC tablets yields 300-500 gallons of HOCl disinfectant solution and costs $0.85 per gallon. Twelve cases of liquid bleach, equal to 50 gallons, costs $3 per gallon.