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It’s a good habit to clean and disinfect every physical item before its utilization, application or consumption. If we use a single word to describe the last sentence, then we can say it’s better to sterilize every item before their use.

Sterilization in hospital is considered as an important and needful process in the Heath Care sector. It is a well-known fact that health care units are exposed to various vulnerable biological elements handling patients with infections, diseases, and every health hazards. The involved Doctors, Nurses, Ward Boys, Relatives of the patients are always at high risk in terms of getting infected. Hence, proper care and safety measures should always be catered in these areas as people go to hospitals for treatment not for getting infected.

A process that eradicates or deactivates almost all types of harmful pathogens with the ability to cause hazard human body is referred to as sterilization.

Sterilization is and should be carried out in each and every sub department of hospitals with priority to operation theatres (OT), wards, corridors, HVAC/ AC ventilations, toilets, clean room, etc. The surgical items must be properly cleaned and disinfected as they directly come in contact with internals of living body. Similarly, wards and corridors should be regularly cleaned and sterilized as maximum patients and their relatives wait in these places for their treatment. Hospital toilets and washrooms are very sensitive areas and needs to be regularly cleaned and disinfected.

Cleaning is a pre-requisite to disinfection and has relatively more control over spread of infections with various chemical ways specifically designed for a specific use.

It can easily be concluded that only cleaning with enzymatic detergents does not ensure proper sanitation and infectious microorganisms still spread. What needed is proper disinfecting chemical which on application, through sterilization will ensure maximum sanitation and optimum disinfection.

Silver Hydrogen Peroxide works as an eco-friendly disinfectant, providing high efficacy in killing harmful bacteria, fungi and viruses from almost all types of hospital’s application areas without leaving any kind of toxic residues on them. The process of disinfection is carried out through highly volatile hydrogen peroxide which releases free hydroxide radicals on contact with microorganisms. Once the microorganism is killed, the silver quickly stabilizes the peroxide and storing it for further disinfecting applications. This chemical alliance of silver and hydrogen peroxide show excellent anti-bacterial, anti-fungal properties and efficaciously eradicates harmful micro-organisms and also prevents further replication of these micro-organism as the silver present in this combination alters the DNA structure of those micro-organisms. The combination of the two elements provide high efficacy in killing of bacteria, fungi and viruses in almost all possible applications such as water, air and any hard surface

The reason for using Nano Silver Hydrogen Peroxide are listed below:

  • Cold sterilant
  • Higher efficacy
  • Air, Water as well as surface fumigator
  • Eco-friendly and biodegradable to water and oxygen
  • Stable over a wide pH and temperature range
  • Silver has a store and depot effect which enhances efficiency with a low dosage
  • Works on a short contact time
  • Leaves no toxic residues behind


Chemtex Speciality Limited is an esteemed manufacturer of Alstasan Silvox, a synergy of hydrogen peroxide and silver in presence of a catalyst, stabilized for use in hospitals and health care segment that meets all the standard requirements, and more.

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