EPA List N Certifications
Sani-Powder has a full EPA registration (#91138 – 1) showing its effectiveness against viruses, pathogens, bacteria, mold, fungi, and algae.
This report is designed to provide an update on Sani-Powder's recent EPA registration update and results of product lab testing. The revised label has been approved and Sani-Powder now qualifies on the “N” list. The “N” list qualifies Sani-Powder as an effective Covid-19 Viral Disinfectant. A more difficult virus was intentionally used for EPA Certified Lab Testing to qualify Sani-Powder for more complex viruses. The specific applications are shown below:
HARD NON-POROUS SURFACE DISINFECTION APPLICATIONS
To (Clean and) Disinfect (and deodorize) Hard, Non-Porous Surface, prepare a 600 ppm solution as described in the Dilution Chart below. Cleaning of the surfaces prior to disinfecting is required to remove all soil, blood, or bodily fluids. Spray 600 ppm solution until surface is evenly moist and allow it to remain wet for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, if desired to accelerate the drying time, fans, dehumidifiers, or clean dry wipes may be used.
Microorganism Table for Bacterial Disinfection Applications at 600 ppm
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Pseudomonas aeruginosa (ATCC 15442)
Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538)
In addition to bacterial disinfection as described above, this product can also be used to kill viruses. The concentration used for viruses is 2400 ppm and the kill time is 4 minutes. Use the dilution chart below to make a 2400 ppm the solution, spray surface until evenly moist and allow to remain wet for 4 minutes. After 4 minutes, if desired to accelerate the drying time, fans, dehumidifiers, or clean dry wipes may be used.
Microorganism Table for Viral Disinfection Applications at 2400 ppm
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Feline Calicivirus as a surrogate virus
This product has been tested according to AOAC test methods for hospital disinfection
This product has been tested according to AOAC test methods for killing Norovirus