skip to Main Content

XiniX is your ultimate option for disinfection

  • The products meet the requirements for water, hand and surface disinfection.
  • XiniX products are used today by world-leading companies and organisations worldwide.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Not dehydrating. Can be used several times per hour.
  • The products XiniX has today are more efficient and easier to use than the competitors’ products.

All of this proven and tested by laboratories worldwide.

THREE_D_14

XiniX eliminates ALL bacteria, viruses & fungus

Xinix products are not only eliminate cloaked viruses such as corona, bacteria and mold. They also work against so-called naked viruses, such as winter mites and multi-resistant bacteria. Multi-resistant bacteria are difficult to eliminate because none- or few antibiotics fight them.

Test and rewards

Summary of official tests with XiniX stabilised chlorine dioxide solutions, according to our own recipe.

Year     Test object                      Performed by

1981   Stability test – Water Laboratory, Sweden
1989  Escheria Coli – SBL Statens Bakteriologiska Labb, Sweden
1992   Escheria Coli – Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden
1993   Corrosion test – Scientific Material Int ́l, Inc, USA
1994   Bacteria E-Coli and others – Singapore University
1994   Oral Hygiene – The London Hospital Medical College Dental School
1994   Oral Hygiene – King ́s College School of Medicine & Dentistry, London
1996  Analysis of residuals – KM Lab AB, Sweden
1996   Product approval – National Institute of Hygiene, Poland
1996   Stability test – KM Lab AB, Halmstad, Sweden
1998   Water disinfection – The Water Programme, Environementek, CSIR, Kenya
1999   Halitosis (bad breath) – Odontologen, Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden
1999   Caries inhibitin effect – Odontologen, Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden
2000  Bacteria E-Coli and others – Johns Hopkins, University Boston, USA
2000  Vibrio Cholerae – Johns Hopkins University Peruana
2000  Salmonella thypi – Johns Hopkins University Peruana
2000  Shigella sonei – Johns Hopkins University Peruana
2000  Mycobacterium tuberculosis – Johns Hopkins University Peruana
2000  Giardia lambilia – Johns Hopkins University Peruana
2000  Esherichia Coli – Johns Hopkins University Peruana
2001   Abacillus subtilis, spores – SIK, Institutet för Livsmedel och Bioteknik, Sweden
2001   Polio Virus – Clancy Environmental Consultants
2001   Roravirus W.a – Clancy Environmental Consultants
2001   Klebsiella Terrigena – Clancy Environmental Consultants
2001   Polio Virus -Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, USA

Year     Test object                             Performed by

2002   Giardia, Cryprosporidium cysts – Smittskyddsinstitutet, Sweden
2005    Surface tension at the surface disinfection – Elektronmikroskopundersökning, Sweden
2006    Dental surgery protection – Dental Surgery, Pittsburg, USA
2006    Water disinfection – USACHPPM, USA
2007    Spore-forming bacteria – Batelle Memorila Institute, USA
2008    Bacteria E-Coli, contaminated water – Smittskyddsinstitutet, Sweden
2008    Spore-forming bacteria, – USÖ, Örebro Universitetssjukhus, Sweden
Clostridium difficele
2009    Spore-forming bacteria, – USÖ, Örebro Universitetssjukhus, Sweden
Clostridium difficele, surface
2010    Clostridium difficile above + skin – USÖ, Örebro Universitetssjukhus, Sweden
2010    Hand sanitiser – MICANs Labb, Mölnlycke, Sweden
2016    Water disinfection – KEBS, Kenya Bureau of Standards, Kenya
2016    Water disinfection – ONEP, Abidjan
2018    Virus, all kind Polio, Adeno, Noro. EN 14476  – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany
2018    Bacteria Enterococcus. EN 13727 – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany
2018   Bacteria Staphylococcus. EN 13727 – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany
2018   Bacteria Pseudomonas. EN 1372 – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany
2018   Yeast/Fungi Aspergillus. EN 13624 – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany
2018    Yeast/Fungi Candida. EN 13624 – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany
2018   Sporbuilding Bacillus Subtilis. EN 13704 – Hygiene Nord GmbH, Germany

2020   Not ready tests of the products – WHO
2020   Not ready tests on the worst bacterias and viruses that exists in the world – Insitute Pasteur de Côte d ́Ivoire

Back To Top