What effect does Sanistar Water have?

 

Effect on food poisoning bacteria

As shown in this table, Sanistar Water has a bactericidal effect on a variety of microbes causing food poisoning. A treatment with Sanistar Water (available chlorine concentration of 10 ppm, pH 6.2) killed almost all microbes in just one minute. The level of influenza virus and FCV went down to the detection limit after a treatment with Sanistar Water (10 ppm, pH 6.2) in one minute. It has been proven that Sanistar Water is highly effective.

Microbe

Bacterial count before treatment (CFU/10µL) Bacterial count after treatment (CFU/10µL)

E. Coli

5.2 x 108 < 1

Salmonella
Enterica

2.1 x 108 < 1

Staphylococcus
Aureus

1.8 x 108 < 1

Pseudomonas
Aeruginosa

3.7 x 108 < 1

Vibrio
Parahaemolyticus

3.1 x 107 < 1

Aspergillus
Niger

1.0 x 102 < 1

Yeast

8.8 x 102 < 1

Available chlorine concentration: 10 ppm
pH: 6.0
Treatment time: 1 minute
Treatment temperature: 20°C

Japan Food Research Laboratories
Issue;October 17.2002
Report No. 102071681-001

Virus

Before treatment (TCID50/mL) After treatment (TCID50/mL)

Influenza
Virus

1.4 x 106 < 40

Feline
Calicivirus
(FCV)

1.0 x 106 < 40

Available chlorine concentration: 10 ppm
pH: 6.0

Biocontrol Science Vol.34, No.1, 3-10, 2006

Mold prevention test of Sanistar Water

Testing Procedure

Spray 4L of Sanistar Water on the wall (45cm x 35cm) in cart washing room once a day and for 2 months.

Result

The area which had sprayed Sanistar Water didn't get moldy after a month, while mold started to grow after a week in the other area.

Sanistar Water was sprayed on the area in white frame for a month.

Vegetables show little browning

Sanistar Water has little effect on food quality and slows browning while keeping original crispness.

Sanitizing effect on individual foods (viable bacteria count)

Unit : cfu/g

 

Washing
with
water

Sodium
Hypochlorite

Sanistar
Water

Strawberries

3.2 x 102 7.8 x 102 < 10

Lettuce

2.4 x 102 < 10 < 10

Mackerel
Fish

5.0 x 10 1.0 x 10 < 10

Red
Shrimp

< 10 2.0 x 10 < 10

*Research by SARAYA

Sanistar Water has less odor than sodium hypochlorite

Sanitizing with sodium hypochlorite leaves a slight chlorine smell and can affect the quality of vegetables if rinsing is not sufficient. Sanistar Water on the other hand has little chlorine smell and does not affect vegetable quality.

Sanistar Water is gentle on the skin

Sanistar Water has little irritation to the skin unlike other disinfectants and can be used with bare hands.


Sanitizing chicken meat

Excellent sanitizing power

Sanistar Water is effective at sanitizing chicken meat before shipping.

Viable bacteria count on chicken livers

 

Total viable
bacterial
count (/mL)

Washing with
water 1

4.5 x 102

Washing with
water 2

4.1 x 102

Washing with
water 3

4.6 x 102

Washing with
water 4

4.0 x 102

Washing with
water 5

3.2 x 102

 

 

Total viable
bacterial
count (/mL)

After Sanistar Water
treatment 1

< 30

After Sanistar Water
treatment 2

< 30

After Sanistar Water
treatment 3

< 30

After Sanistar Water
treatment 4

< 30

After Sanistar Water
treatment 5

< 30

*Research by SARAYA

Rinsing test of a Stainless/PE surface

Pate feline calicivirus (FCV; a substitute for norovirus designated by EPA) and dirt on a stainless / PE (polyethylene) surface. Evaluate the disinfection effect after rinsed with Sanistar Water.

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