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New ionator EXP(TM) and ionator HOM(TM) Kill Swine Flu Without Use of Chemicals
Date:1/13/2010

ROGERS, Minn., Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Newly released lab tests conclude the new ionator EXP™ and ionator HOM™ kill the 2009 Pandemic H1N1 influenza A — or swine flu — virus with a product that simply ionizes tap water. Slightly larger than a spray bottle, the ionator EXP™ and ionator HOM™ from Activeion Cleaning Solutions, are handheld, on-demand cleaning and sanitizing tools that activate and convert tap water into ionized water, a powerful dirt-removing and bacteria-killing product.

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Tests show that the devices kill the 2009 Pandemic H1N1 influenza A virus in six seconds, and beyond that, the products do not require any additional dwell time to effectively sanitize non-porous hard-surfaces.  As always, you should read the label instructions for the use of any cleaner.

"The good news is that schools, hospitals, health clubs and other institutions have a new, water based product to guard against harmful bacteria and the H1N1 virus," says Activeion Cleaning Solutions CEO Jim Wiese.  "With just a faucet and the ionator EXP™, people now have an abundant supply of effective cleaner that also assists in the protection of public health and eliminates the ongoing expense of purchasing cleaning chemicals. This is great news for budgets, cleaning staff, and the environment."

Because the products simply ionize regular tap water, these handheld devices are a good choice for humans, animals, and the environment.  After use, the ionized water converts back to tap water and leaves behind zero residue. In fact these devices are among the only cleaners in the world without a chemical-related health-warning label, providing an excellent alternative for cleaning. Finally, the devices are easy to use: just fill with plain tap water and you're ready to clean and sanitize.

"Testing concludes the ionator EXP™ and the ionator HOM™ provide for complete inactivation of the Pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus, when used as directed," says Dr. Stephen L. Johnson, former Administrator of the EPA and an advisor to Activeion. "The independent third-party lab that performed the test is certified to conduct microbiology testing to the Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) standard."

While the ionator EXP™ is currently available and designed for commercial use, a consumer version, the ionator HOM ™ will be officially available in the spring of 2010 and is now available in limited quantities.

To order the ionator EXP™  or the ionator HOM™  visit www.activeion.com or call 866-950-4667.

Activeion Cleaning Solutions, LLC, headquartered in Rogers, Minn., is a privately held cleaning technology company created to revolutionize the cleaning industry through the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of advanced cleaning technologies and products. Addressing the ever-growing need for sustainable cleaning, Activeion's ionized water technology solutions, including the Activeion Pro, the Ionator EXP and Ionator HOM, are ideal for offices, hotels, hospitals, schools and private residences. For more information, visit http://www.activeion.com.

Copyright 2009 Activeion Cleaning Solutions, LLC.

Patents pending, Activeion Cleaning Solutions, LLC, and Tennant Company.

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