Eco Smart Health launches new sanitizing technology

Eco Smart Health's Pure Sonic sanitizing formula is suspended into the air and on all surfaces by the Sonic Smart Aero Cleaner device. Photo credit: Eco Smart Health (Sonic Smart Aero Cleaner)

Eco Smart Health has launched its Sonic Smart Antimicrobial System to reduce virus transmission indoors.

The company's EPA-exempt and FDA-recognized formula Pure Sonic is suspended into the air and on all surfaces by the company's patent-pending Sonic Smart Aero Cleaner device. The device can reportedly kill 99.9 percent of pathogens such as SARS-associated human coronavirus, norovirus, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, herpes simplex, HIV-1, Streptococcus, E coli, Salmonella, Staphylococcus, tuberculosis, Salmonella, Legionella, influenza virus type A and viral diarrhea virus within commercial spaces as large as 3,000 square feet.

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The Pure Sonic formulation has been tested by a level 3 laboratory and has been proven to kill the above pathogens quickly and effectively, according to the company. The company has been field-testing the device since September 2020 and has determined the formula is safe for humans, fabrics and furniture because it is bleach-free, alcohol-free, noncorrosive, nontoxic, nonirritating to skin and eyes and nonpathogenic.

“Being a supplier to the hospitality industry for the past 15 years, the impetus to develop the Sonic Smart Antimicrobial System originated from my interest to come up with a solution for hotel housekeeping and maintenance departments to make both the air and surfaces in guest rooms safe to get people back into hotels,” said Eco Smart VP and co-founder Mark Hearsh.

The Sonic Smart plugs into a 120V outlet for easy indoor setup. Up to 5,000 devices can be Wi-Fi controlled by smart phone or computer.

“Once turned on, the Sonic Smart Aero Cleaner launches the Pure Sonic into the space's atmosphere, activating the formulation to attach itself to airborne viruses and dissolving its protein envelope, causing it to expire, said Eric Rawet, Eco Smart’s director of technology. “Through molecular diffusion all surfaces within the entire room are protected using the same process.”