Ste­ri­on­izer™ Effi­cacy Tests

The table below indi­cates effi­cacy test­ing of the Ste­ri­on­izer™ (bi-polar ion­izer) that was car­ried out in col­lab­o­ra­tion with research orga­ni­za­tions globally.

Harm­ful SubstanceSub­stance NameTest­ing OrganizationYear
Bac­te­riaEscherichia ColiEMSL Ana­lyt­i­cal, USA Istan­bul Uni­ver­sity, Turkey2011
Staphy­lo­coc­cus aureusEMSL Ana­lyt­i­cal, USA2011
Pseudomonas aerug­i­nosaIstan­bul Uni­ver­sity, Turkey2011
Fun­gusChromelospo­riumProf. Joe F. Boat­man, USA2006
Dichobotrys abun­dansProf. Joe F. Boat­man, USA2006
Peni­cil­liumProf. Joe F. Boat­man, USA2006
Aspergillus NigerEMSL Ana­lyt­i­cal, USA2011
Can­dida albicansEMSL Ana­lyt­i­cal, USA2011
MouldCla­dospo­rium cladosporioidesEMSL Ana­lyt­i­cal, USA2011
SporeBacil­lus sub­tilis var nigerIstan­bul Uni­ver­sity, Turkey 20112011
VirusInfluenza H1N1Kitasato Research Cen­ter, Japan2011
Influenza H5N1Kaset­sart Uni­ver­sity, Thailand2011

Note: Results of test­ing and ver­i­fi­ca­tion exper­i­ments for other tar­get harm­ful sub­stances per­formed at the same orga­ni­za­tion at the same time have been omitted.