JantuKill™ is a NABL tested
non-alcoholic surface sanitizer which
can be used to disinfect commonly touched surfaces like doorknobs, staircase,
furniture surfaces, floors, bathroom faucets, roads and infrastructures. It comes in
an easy to use disposable pouch.
Features of JantuKill :
- Kills 99.99% germs in 90 secs
- NABL Certified for Disinfection
- Certificated as non-toxic in FDA Approved Lab
- Tested Safe For Skin, Eye & Throat Irritation
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Frequently Asked Questions
The active ingredient of JantuKill is an organic
moiety which binds with multiple chlorine atoms. In the presence of
water, the dissociation of chlorine-organic moiety is slow , thereby
causing sustained release of chlorine in water in the form of
hypochlorous ions. Chlorine oxidizes the lipid envelope of
micro-organisms thereby killing them.
A Jantukill pouch should be dipped into water just
like a tea dip. Each pouch is capable of making 15 litres of
disinfectant. Shelf life of a dry pouch is about 6 months. As long as
the pouch stays in water, the water remains a disinfectant for 3 weeks
(21 days). It can be used any time for the next 21 days for cleaning
purposes. In fact, longer it stays in water, stronger the disinfection
activity seen since a greater number of hypochlorous ions dissolve in
water. Efficacy is about 99.99% kill rate is within 10-90 seconds.
Shelf life of a dry pouch is about 6 months. As long
as the pouch stays in water, the water remains a disinfectant for 3
weeks (21 days). It can be used any time for the next 21 days for
cleaning purposes. In fact, the longer it stays in water, the stronger
the disinfection activity is seen since a greater number of hypochlorous
ions dissolve in water. Efficacy is about 99.99% and kill rate in 60
Yes. Product is tested in NABL lab facility which is
the highest authority for sanitizer testing.
Biggest USP : Affordable and equally effective at
much less concentrations. The standard dilution of peroxide-based
disinfectants is around 10 ml per litre (1% solution – 10,000 ppm). We
are operating at 5 grams in 15 liters here (300 ppm) with better
tolerance towards changing pH of water (which is almost always acidic in
India) without compromising the efficacy.
Unlike Sodium/Calcium Hypochlorite, JantuKill does
not produce pungent odor when dissolved in water due to sustained
release of chlorine in water in the form of hypochlorous ions.
The JantuKill solution will not cause skin irritation
at dosage and concentrations recommended by us (100 to 300 ppm). The
raw-powder however (enclosed in a pouch prior to mixing in water) can
cause itching hence it should not be handled with bare hands for longer
durations.. JantuKill will not corrode the rubber or plastic container
etc. while it is immobilized in the pouch.
JantuKill does not show any hygroscopic properties.
It is stable in high humid locations and upto temperature of 50C.
Yes. The active concentration of JantuKill is 100ppm
to 300 ppm (which corresponds to about 0.01% to 0.03% w/V). As long as
the water-droplets (containing hypochlorous ions released by JantuKill)
remain in contact with any surface (including suspended dust particles,
droplets in air), it will eliminate all micro-organisms.It has
demonstrated excellent microbicidal activity at this concentration
within 10-90 seconds. This is standard concentration for all operations.
Regarding time-effect: it is the same as that of normal bleach or any
other disinfectant mopping.