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How Diostrike works?

Stabilized aqueous solution of chlorine dioxide produced using modern technology. It does not emit active chlorine into the atmosphere, its active ingredient is active oxygen.
It is the safest and most effective disinfectant used against all socially significant infections, including tuberculosis, viral infections, as well as mold fungi, spore forms of bacteria and biofilm.

The main active ingredient of Diostrike is active oxygen which, as opposed to atomic oxygen, oxidizes organic substances not to intermediate substances, but to end products that pose no danger to humans, usually carbon dioxide and water.

Compared to other disinfectants, Diostrike is safer for humans. For example, chlorine- containing compounds or alcohols can cause severe side effects down to death. Inhalation of hydrogen peroxide vapor can irritate the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, which can lead to pulmonary edema and respiratory dysfunction.