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Upcoming Events

Webinars

Throughout the year we will be scheduling free educational webinars on a variety of topics. Please read below for details on our upcoming webinars as well as how to register for them.

CD Gas 101: An Intro to its Process and Applications - August 17
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This webinar is for all industries looking to improve their sanitation and decontamination. We will discuss the chemical characteristics of chlorine dioxide gas and how they enable it to provide a highly effective decontamination. Applications for using CD Gas, as well as products and services will also be presented.

This 30 minute webinar begins at 1pm Eastern.


UV Light 101: An Intro to its Process and Applications - August 17
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A webinar for those in all industries who are interested in learning about UV light disinfection for contamination control. We will discuss the properties, efficacy, safety, and use applications for ultraviolet light disinfection along with product information and specifications.

This 30 minute webinar begins at 2pm Eastern.


Chlorine Dioxide Gas vs Hydrogen Peroxide Vapor - August 19
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This webinar is for life science and pharmaceutical professionals who are current hydrogen peroxide vapor users, or looking to choose between the two decontamination methods. We will discuss the chemical differences which affect their efficacy and safety for a variety of applications. Case studies, material compatibility data, and other referenced information will also be presented.

This 30 minute webinar begins at 1pm Eastern.


Clean Break in Food and Pharmaceutical Production - August 19
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This webinar is for food safety and pharmaceutical professionals who would learn about implimenting a clean break by using chlorine dioxide gas. This "certified clean" event will provide a sterility marker in case of a contamination in order to limit the size and severity of a recall. We will discuss why chlorine dioxide can be used to prove a clean break as well as case studies and documentation.

This 30 minute webinar begins at 1pm Eastern.