Keeping things clean in healthcare facilities is often taken for granted.

There’s clean.  And there’s the level of cleanliness needed to fight the battle against healthcare associated infections (HAIs).

The battle against HAIs and MDROs

As professionals know, the importance of cleanliness and infection prevention is increasing with rapidly developing multidrug resistant organisms (MDROs).  Studies estimate that MDRO infections have increased direct costs to society by between 30% – 100%.  For example, the extra cost of a single MRSA infection compared with a methicillin-sensitive S. aureus infection is estimated to range from $3,000 to $25,000.

Infection control: hand hygiene alone isn’t enough


Infections are transmitted in a variety of ways in healthcare facilities.  One of the most common ways of transmission is by hands, whether it’s by hands of patients, their friends and relatives or staff.  But hand hygiene alone isn’t enough.  If fingertips touch a contaminated surface, then organisms on the surface can be transmitted in patients, staff and visitors.  In order to protect against HAIs and MDROs,  hospitals, assisted living and other facilities must do more.  The Centers for Disease Control provides more information at its Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee website.

D7 helps fight the battle against HAIs and MDROs

The D7 a Bactericidal and effectively cleans and disinfects all hard, nonporous surfaces effective against Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538),  Salmonella enterica (ATCC 10708), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (ATCC 15442).

Hospital Disinfectant ,Cleaner and Deodorizer

Decon7 includes cleaning substances found in ordinary household products.  Decon7 is EPA registered and meets the demands of strict regulatory requirements and environmental laws.

Decon7 can be easily mixed and applied through foaming apparatus, low-pressure sprayers, mopping, and soaking systems. Decon7 works effectively on non-porous materials including Glass, laminated surfaces, metal, stainless steel, glazed porcelain, glazed ceramic, sealed granite, sealed marble, plastic, (such as polycarbonate, polyvinylchloride, polystyrene or polypropylene), sealed limestone, sealed slate, sealed stone, sealed terra cotta, sealed terrazzo, chrome, Plexiglas®, vanity tops in:

  • Hospitals, medical and dental offices and clinics, healthcare facilities, nursing homes, physician offices, operating rooms/theaters, radiology rooms, isolation wards, quarantine areas, hospices, and medical research facilities.
  • Patient care rooms & facilities, recovery rooms, Emergency Rooms, X-ray cat labs, exam rooms, newborn nurseries, neonatal units, orthopedics, respiratory therapy, surgi-centers, labs, out-patient surgical centers, blood collection rooms, central supply, housekeeping & janitorial rooms, ophthalmic/optometric facilities.
  • EMS & fire facilities, emergency vehicles, ambulances, ambulance equipment/surfaces, police cars, fire trucks.
  • Day care centers and nurseries, sick rooms, elder care centers, kindergartens, and preschools.
  • Acute care institutions, alternate care institutions, home healthcare institutions.
  • Life care retirement communities, elder care facilities.


Contains no abrasives so it won’t scratch surfaces.