Biological underpinning

Bacterial function

What is a bacteria?

Single-celled organism that is not visible to the naked eye and can be found everywhere in our surroundings.
Bacteria are micro-organisms that consist of a single cell. They do not contain a solid core and the DNA (genetic material) is “openly” in the cell.
Unlike viruses, bacteria can multiply by division.

Good and bad bacteria?

Our products work on the basis of good bacteria but without attacking the bad bacteria directly because then it might mutate; like the hospital bacteria.
The good bacteria take actually the breeding ground away from bad bacteria causing them to die off so that our bacteria gain the upper hand.
This creates a healthy biological environment.

There are several bad bacterial species (and funghi) that e.g. can spoil food and be a danger to your health. If you eat food with bad bacteria in it, they are usually destroyed by stomach acid. So you will be protected by your immune system. But if this ingenious system is not working properly or there are large numbers of bad bacteria present at the same time, you can get sick.

Working in environments where bad bacteria flow through the air or may come into contact with your skin, they can be equally harmful.
Examples of bad bacteria are salmonella, legionella, listeria, staphylococcus,..

In your body there are  billions of bacteria alive : good and bad. Most of them are located in your intestines and form the intestinal flora, nowadays called ‘microbiota’, which plays a crucial role for our immune system and our general health. If  bad bacteria get the upper hand, it can cause health problems such as diarrhea, constipation, infections…

Probiotics are “good” bacteria that help to keep your intestinal flora in balance so that you stay healthy. This same principle also applies  for our products. So, although we think at the word bacterium as a bad thing, there are also good bacteria that help us and thereofor we like to work with them  together!

Bacteria reproduce by dividing itselfs in two parts. In optimal conditions bacteria can divide every 20 minutes.
Some species even divide every 10 minutes.

In 8 hours, under favorable conditions, one bacterium can have 16 million ‘copies’ of themselves!

Info video – Introduction to bacteria

Probiotics in progress…

Or creating a healthy and stable microbial community.

This is a very strong aspect of our products together with the onsite breaking down of pollution instead of moving it.

This microscopic cleaning results in sustainable en efficient cleaning and hygiene, no resistance, environmentally friendly, safe in use and…cost saving!

Enzymatic effect

What is an enzyme?

An enzyme is a protein that speeds up or slows down, starts or stops a certain reaction; a catalyst. An enzyme makes a chemical reaction in a cell or outside the cell possible, or speeds it up without being  consumed or changing composition.

The enzyme connects to the substrate during the reactions though,  that’s what creates the reactions in metabolism or digestion.

This happens for each enzyme in its own way, as each enzyme is reactionspecific. Enzymes are made by the organism itself (animals, plants, insects, fungi). After the reaction the enzyme returns back to its original state and it can directly perform a new connection. The enzyme attaches itself to the substrate, organic molecules that are dissolved, where it’s supposed to be and to which material it is suitable.

That part that is attached, is detached from the bigger whole, and the enzyme is free again and continue with the next molecule. Organic pollution is broken into small pieces and processed. Chains of molecules of various kinds, can be converted into other single molecules. Enzymes are very specific. That is, for each substrate a separate enzyme is needed. For the operation enzymes are, among other things, depending on the temperature and acidity. Most enzymes catalyze processes speed up to 10,000 conversions per second per enzyme molecule. The speed of the enzymatic reaction increases as the amount of active enzyme is bigger. By a meticulous regulation of the active quantity of each enzyme , the living cell is able ability to regulate the course of each response and, as a result, a tight coordination of all reactions is possible. However, there are enzymes that can convert a lot of different substrates. This organic technology is used in our products, creating different types of organic pollution can that digest ‘ and cannot be converted to a natural product.


Function in cleaning products?

Bacteria produce enzymes, have a very long activity and are less sensitive to external conditions.

Probiotic products are the successor to the enzymatic cleaner that takes care of the decomposition of organic matter such as oil, fats, proteins and sugars which knows a strong application in today’s detergents.






Probiotic cleaning

Only advantages with this new generation of cleaning products



Water recovery

Decreasing your water consumption
and optimizing the water recovery process




The pH value

Cleaning with pH neutral products is healthy cleaning!


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