Advanced Surface Hygiene

SteriScience-Greener-ChemistriesTreatments to Clean, Protect & Shield

  • OptiFX Touchscreen Cleaner & Protectant
  • SteriGard Cleaner & Deodorizing Barrier Coating
  • Bleach-Free STERISEPT Wipes & Liquid
  • SteriScreens Antimicrobial, Self-Repairing Screens Protectors
  • SteriSoft Antimicrobial Skin Protectant



Designed For Hospital Use




While your environment may not be exposed to antibiotic resistant organisms found in a hospital, STERISEPT-TB offers you the confidence of clean & safe, the same quality disinfection available to healthcare professionals.

Download product information here: STERISEPT-TB DFE Hospital Disinfectant & Cleaner

SteriSept Germicidal Wipes for Education

Being capable of killing high concern germs gives you the confidence that your environment is protected.  Combine germ killing ability with safety makes bleach free STERISEPT-TB the product of choice of educational institutions and anywhere disinfection and public health concern are top priority.


Why SteriSept-TB is the Better Choice:

  • “DfE”  – Design for the Environment Program
  • Bleach-free which means safer air quality:  No VOCs,  fumes, inhalalation risks or harsh chemical smells
  • Fragrance & dye-free
  • Safe for people & the environment with an HMIS/NFPA Rating of “0” – lowest possible toxicity
  • Safe for skin:  dermally non-sensitizing – not a skin irritant
  • One-Step Cleaner & Disinfectant for Hospital Use
  • Ready-to-Use, no mixing required (no potential for operator error/exposure)
  • Not combustible – HMIS/NFPA Fire Hazard = 0
  • Non-staining
  • No secondary wipe or rinse required
  • Effective against drug resistant organisms such as MRSA, MRSE & VRE (see full list below)
  • Effective against H1N1
  • Meets OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen standards
  • Safe for sensitive electronic equipment:  non-corrosive & non-toxic
  • Safe for cleaning & disinfecting nursery toys
  • Requires no special handling or storage

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  • The smell of bleach is often irritating, toxic and can cause symptoms of asthma, allergic reactions, respiratory difficulties, mental fog, nausea, etc.
  • Bleach alternatives can contain other irritants or present occupational exposure risk and persistent environmental impact
  • Bleach Free STERISEPT-TB offers effective disinfection with fragrance-free neutral scent with no corrosive or unpleasant fumes or skin irritation

SteriSept HMIS & NFPA Ratings

STERISEPT-TB Does Not Contain:   Bleach, Quats, Ammonia, Phenols, Phosphates, Formaldehyde or other Aldehydes, Silver, VOCs, Solvents, Terpenes, or Triclosan


Available as a liquid & in 2 convenient cloth sizes: 6”x 6.75”  &  9”x12


 Clean & Safeguard Sensitive Equipment with STERISEPT-TB

  • Safely wipe water sensitive equipment, electronics & areas
  • Reduces cross contamination of treated non-porous hard surfaces
  • Non-corrosive with superior materials compatibility including:  stainless steel, chrome, CuVerro™ Antimicrobial Copper Surfaces, plastic, silicone rubber, metal, Formica, medical tubing, vinyl rubber, laminated surfaces, glass, acrylic plastic, Plexiglas®, sealed fiberglass, glazed ceramic, glazed enamel, glazed porcelain, Corian®, sealed granite, sealed limestone & more
  • Safe for wiping/disinfecting water sensitive equipment, like computer monitors, keyboards, keypads, telephones, cords & more

Example of how Quats in ordinary disinfectants damage sensitive electronics

Monitor Casing Cracked by Quats STB-01Monitor Casing Cracked by Quats STB - 2-01


Clean with the confidence of STERISEPT-TB – Kills germs in 5 minutes – while treating electronics gently

STERISEPT-TB wipes are gentle on expensive equipment and do not discolor, crack or damage plastics like quats & other disinfectants…better for people, equipment & the bottom line

Where to Use Bleach Free STERISEPT-TB:

High touch non-porous surfaces of:

  • Medical & Dental Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Dialysis units
  • Ambulance patient care surfaces
  • Anesthesia equipment surfaces
  • Appliances
  • Backboards
  • Bathrooms & bathing units
  • Bed/hand/stair railings
  • Beds
  • Blood pressure devices
  • Cabinets
  • Chairs
  • Chrome
  • Computer Surfaces & keyboards
  • Countertops
  • CPR mannequins
  • CT equipment/surfaces
  • Curing lights
  • CuVerro® antimicrobial copper
  • Dental equipment surfaces/devices
  • Doorknobs
  • Exam tables
  • Fixtures
  • Floors
  • Furniture
  • Garbage cans
  • Glass
  • Glazed porcelain & Glazed ceramic tile
  • Immobilization devices
  • Infant care equipment & changing areas
  • Isolettes
  • Kitchen surfaces
  • Laboratory equipment/surfaces
  • Light lens covers & Lights
  • Lumens
  • Patient stretchers
  • Medical equipment surfaces/devices
  • Metal
  • Microscopes MRI equipment surfaces
  • Neonatal/nursery surfaces
  • Obstetrical equipment surfaces
  • Operating room lights/tables
  • Ophthalmic equipment surfaces/devices
  • Optical wear (excluding contact lenses)
  • Oxygen hoods
  • Patient transport surfaces
  • Physical therapy equipment
  • Plastic
  • Radiology equipment surfaces,
  • Respirators & Respiratory care equipment surfaces
  • Shower floors/walls
  • Sinks, Skin care equipment/surfaces
  • Soaking containers
  • Stainless steel
  • Stalls
  • Surgical equipment surfaces & Surgical microscopes
  • Tables
  • Telephones
  • Toiletseats, Toilets (rims, seats & exterior surface)
  • Training tables
  • Transportation equipment
  • Vinyl
  • Walls
  • Work stations
  • X-ray equipment/surfaces

•Any surface that comes into contact with skin or clothing


Mycobacterium bovis (BCG) at 20°C

Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Staphylococcus aureus
Salmonella enterica (formerly Salmonella choleraesuis)
Listeria monocytogenes
Escherichia coli O157:H7
Staphylococcus aureus – MRSA
Staphylococcus epidermis – MRSEEnterococcus faecalis – Vancomycin Resistant (VRE)

Klebsiella pneuomoniae
Acinetobacter baumannii (data available)
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (Strain HTLV-IIIB)
Herpes Simplex Type 1
Herpes Simplex Type 2 (Strain G)
Vaccinia Virus
Influenza A Virus (Strain Hong Kong)
Adenovirus Type 2
Feline Calicivirus (surrogate for Norovirus)
Pandemic 2009 H1N1 Influenza A virus (swine flu)FUNGICIDAL:
Mycobacterium bovis (BCG) at 20°

MRSA Survival Statistics

*11 days on a medical chart;
*9 days on a table top;
*9 days on a polyester curtain (Huang, 2006)
*27% of door handles in 1 hospital tested positive for MRSA (Oie, Hosokawa, & Kamiya, 2002)
*27% of surfaces tested in a MRSA-infected patient room were contaminated
*42% of nurses entering a MRSA patient room, but not touching the patient, had contaminated hands or gloves (Boyce, Potter-Bynoe, Chenevert, & King, 1997)
*After a MRSA patient leaves a room, the next patient’s MRSA risk increases 40% (Huang, 2006)
*74% of surfaces tested were MRSA contaminated before cleaning & 66% remained contaminated after manual cleaning (French et al., 2004)
* In a study of 1697 ICU patients, 11.1% acquired MRSA in the ICU (Ho, 2003)
* In a study of healthcare workers, 7 of 8 MRSA carriers contaminated their home (Kniehl, Becker, & Forster, 2005)
*MRSA was found in the family’s bathroom & other areas of the house, creating an infection risk for their children, spouses or anyone entering the home
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