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ClorDiSys is Helping in the Fight Against Ebola

We're proud to be a part of the ongoing fight against Ebola both home and abroad. Our chlorine dioxide gas technology is being used in West Africa by various world health organizations, including the U.S. government, to sterilize items contaminated with the Ebola virus.

In addition, our Ultraviolet Light disinfection system, the Torch, has been used to terminally disinfect the patient room used to treat Dr. Richard Sacra at the University of Nebraska Medical Center's Biocontainment Patient Care Unit. Learn more about this system at

We look forward to continuing to help out in the fight against Ebola.

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Chlorine dioxide: Clean, Green, Peace of Mind

Safe on Materials...Deadly on Organisms

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ClorDisys offers unparalleled service for all of your on-site and off-site decontamination service and equipment needs. Utilizing chlorine dioxide gas, the industry's most effective sterilant, ClorDiSys can eliminate all your microbiological contaminants, including bacteria, viruses, molds, spores, beta-lactams and even pinworms. Chlorine dioxide is safe on materials and leaves no post treatment residuals.

Be sure to check out ClorDiSys' free Chlorine Dioxide Workshops, and our free Webinar series or come visit us at an upcoming Tradeshow to learn more about chlorine dioxide gas and all its potential benefits.

Latest News

Ohio bridal shop that Vinson visited sanitized by NJ company

ClorDiSys was visited by Eyewitness News to talk about their Ultraviolet light technology. Read the full story here.

Bridal store calls in team from New Jersey to clean after Ebola patient visits

Over the weekend ClorDiSys helped the Younker's disinfect their bridal shop in Akron, OH. Read the full story here.

Read our new article, "Isolators Selection, Design, Decontamination, and Validation" from the August Aseptic to Pharmaceutical Engineering, Aug 2014.

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