ProKure V can kill SARS-CoV-2 on hard, non-porous surfaces in 30 seconds. Click here for product information
ProKure V, our ‘primary’ product (‘Performacide’) is on List N. Performacide’s EPA Reg. No. is 87508-3 and ProKure V’s EPA Reg. No. is 87508-3-89334. These products share the “the first two parts of the EPA Reg. No.”, which is how you can be confident of identical formulation, efficacy and that ProKure V’s meets the EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. For more info, visit EPA’s FAQs on COVID-19 here
ProKure V liquid ships dry in formula packets. Inside the formula packets are white pouches that are water activated to create ClO2 liquid, that can be sprayed, wiped or mopped on all hard, non-porous surfaces. The product is designed to activate as needed, with water and an approved opaque container. PLEASE refer to our ProKure V EPA label to determine how to prepare ProKure V to the appropriate PPM and what container and water amount our products are designed to be paired with. You can also check out our how-to videos on our resources page for a visual representation.
If any formula remains unused, pour unused formula into a dark closed or sealed container in a cool, dark location that is not subject to any sunlight and is separate from any food for human or animal consumption, making sure to use stored formula within 15 days of activation. Record activation date onto the container. Dispose of stored formula after 15 days.
Applications include hospitals, clinics, commercial buildings, colleges, gyms, day care center, public places, transportation and other commercial and residential facilities.
ProKure V should be sprayed, mopped or sponged to disinfect all hard, non-porous surfaces. Full product label can be found here. Applying ProKure V by fogging is not currently on the product label. Concerns about fogging include not providing enough dwell time for products to disinfect.
Please contact your Sales Representative if you have any questions.
For specific questions regarding the coronavirus please visit - https://www.coronavirus.gov/