microdx™ disinfectant for the food and beverage in...
Working with nature
While previous generations of disinfectants and preservative solutions have often relied on synthetic chemical solutions, Biodx has broken the chain of dependency.
We have used a natural citrus extract stabilised with an organic biodegradable compound, which contains no chlorine, ethanol or aldehydes. Non-corrosive and earth-friendly, the formulation, called DECONT-X™, rapidly kills 99.9% of many bacteria species.
at biodx we believe that working with nature can benefit both the earth and your bottom line. So we will never stop working to enable better solutions that enable a better world
A range of powerful, safe, cost-effective, renewable disinfectants and preservative solutions that work with nature, not against it.
So you can now do good for your business, your people and your planet.
BioDX pioneering natural disinfectants
Substantiated by NRCS and SABS SANS (636, 1853, 1828) certified, DECONT-X™ is formulated into microdx™, vitrodx®, agridx® and indusdx®, which offer revolutionary solutions for the food and beverage industry, the medical and pharmaceutical industry, the agricultural industry and the manufacturing industry respectively.
It doesn’t cost the earth to save the earth
Changing from the current regime of toxic, corrosive chemicals to environmentally friendly options has in the past meant high prices.
With Biodx there is now for the first time, a viable, cost-effective solution that improves existing approaches.
Proudly South African, our cost structures are highly competitive both locally and abroad, and tangible long-term cost savings have been realised by well-known market leaders across various industries.
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