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The SpectraSan 24™ Team to be the Featured Disinfection Presenter at Starline Supply Company's Customer Appreciation Day
Date:4/19/2011

ed surface disinfectants, SpectraSan 24 requires no hazard or warning statements and boasts bacterial kill times as quick as 30 seconds, compared with 10 minutes for competing products. These benefits are due to SpectraSan 24's SDC technology, the first new disinfectant active ingredient to be registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in more than 30 years. SpectraSan 24 even provides powerful protection against Norovirus, Influenza A (H1N1), SARS, HIV, Acinetobacter baumanni (Iraqi soldiers disease) and antibiotic-resistant pathogens such as MRSA, CA-MRSA, and VRE. It continues to kill bacteria for up to 24 hours after usage yet holds the EPA's Category IV toxicity rating, the lowest classification available. Furthermore, SpectraSan 24 is labeled specifically for use in childcare environments.

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BioTech Medical, Inc. is a North Canton, Ohio based division of privately held SCI, a leading international marketing company. SCI distributes hundreds of diversified products around the world and has established its success through product innovation and multi-channel marketing. BioTech Medical's multiple business segments are each focused on the distribution of innovative healthcare products, including the SDC-based SpectraSan 24 and Cruise Control hard surface disinfectants, SpectraSan Water'/>"/>

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