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RESTART YOUR REVENUE.

RESTART YOUR REVENUE.

Conferences, concerts, conventions — all canceled, thanks to COVID-19. But with SurfaceWise2™, you can welcome event-goers back and start making money again.

One long-lasting application of SurfaceWise2 continuously kills germs, including coronavirus, on virtually every surface for weeks, and it stands up to regular use.

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Individual speaking at a business conference in front of a crowd

Where they go, SuRfaceWise2 goes.

Crowds of people mean colonies of germs. From the seats to concession stands to walls and rails, every surface is a touch point to spread viruses and bacteria.

SurfaceWise2 creates a complete protective barrier that kills germs and keeps on killing, making it safe to open the doors.

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The plan to reopen

Thanks to the pandemic, reopening event venues has become a logistical nightmare. The cleaning schedules, distance planning and supplemental staff training are putting a massive strain on revenues.

Simplify your plans, and achieve the safety you need to bring back the crowds, with SurfaceWise2.

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  • Studies

  • Our products have been tested and proven by third-party researchers. They did their homework, and you can too. Learn how our first-gen product laid a powerful foundation for the development of SurfaceWise2.
Doctor reading screen during surgery

In this case study, published in Healthcare Hygiene Magazine, Allied BioScience’s Chief Science Officer Maha El-Sayed, PhD discusses the challenges and the emerging solutions for environmental hygiene.

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Doctor swabbing a test tube while wearing gloves and protective gear

This study, completed by the lab of Dr. Charles Gerba at the University of Arizona’s Department of Environmental Science and published by MedRxiv, confirms SurfaceWise2 reduces viable viral and bacterial levels to below the limit of detection even after multiple contamination events.

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Molecules

A study, completed by the lab of Dr. Charles Gerba at the University of Arizona’s Department of Environmental Science and published by MedRxiv, demonstrates surfaces treated with SurfaceWise2 are effective against human coronavirus 229E.

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