A Novel Approach
ProvaStride’s patent-pending technology is truly unique. Using sodium percarbonate and tetraacetylethylenediamine (TAED) our chemistry team created a powerful new powder formula that generates in-situ peracetic acid (PAA). Sodium percarbonate and TAED alone don’t have much efficacy against pathogens when used in small quantities, but together, when ambient moisture is present, they create PAA in-situ. This novel, on-site transformation to PAA allows ProvaStride to control a wide variety of pathogens, even at low use rates.
What’s the benefit of using sodium percarbonate and TAED to create PAA in-situ?
Sodium Percarbonate and TAED work together as part of a system to produce in-situ PAA, providing powerful efficacy at low levels of sodium percarbonate (<10%). This keeps ProvaStride out of the oxidizer hazard classification associated with high levels of percarbonate, allowing for easy storage and transportation.
Still confused? See for yourself.
Stride confidently knowing that…
- ProvaStride has a comprehensive labeled efficacy profile including five of the pathogens most frequently linked to foodborne illness: Salmonella enterica, Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli, Cronobacter sakazakii and Campylobacter jejuni.
- ProvaStride only requires a 90-second contact time to inactivate the viruses listed on its label. That is power!