Why Chlorine Smell using


Virol-Oxy® Regenerative Cyclic Reaction

While Virol-Oxy® having the most effective qualities as a cleaner and disinfectant with Redox potential of 5.5 V in the entire disinfectant market for the application’s in domestic, commercial, industrial, medical as well as in food and veterinary fields are specially developed for safe treatment of microorganism and coronavirus. It is composed of extraordinarily strong hydroxyl radicals (OH.) and very strong sulfate radicals (SO4.).

Virol-Oxy®  components of potassium pentasulfate (K2S5O16) organic acid as sulfamic acid (H3NSO3 ) with the oxidation of hydrogen peroxy (H2O2) and sodium chloride are all effective on their own. The components of  Virol-Oxy®  gets the catalytic push to create Hydrolysis and generate a regenerative cycle reaction involving the oxidation of Sodium Chloride (Na+Cl) to form Hypochlorous acid (HOCL) as shown in the above Figure, which decomposes into:
Oxygen (O2)
Hydroxyl Radicals  (OH.)
Sulfate Radicals  (SO4.) and
Chloride  (Cl)
Which are once more free to be acted by oxidizer (H2O2). In addition, the environmental impact of   Virol-Oxy®  is ZERO.
Due to its complex action mechanism and No Toxicity, High Biodegradability, and 100% success in killing all types of bacteria and 100% inactivation of all enveloped and nonenveloped viruses, Virol-Oxy®  is the best choice to disinfect all surfaces. Virol-Oxy®  has only one drawback like any other treatment it has a very mild smell of Hypochlorous acid (HOCl). 
Virol-Oxy®  is only stable for 10 days in solution, is very hydroscopic, and as such must be kept completely dry when stored. 
We advise to make a fresh solution for daily use and enjoy the freshness while feeling comfortable.