IHP Decontamination

Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide (iHP)

Complete Fogging Decontamination System

Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide can achieve 6-log organism reduction on:

  • Bactericide

  • Virucide

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Application time: taking only 5 seconds per square foot to apply.

Contact time to disinfect: 7-minute.

Does not damage equipment so rooms do not need to be emptied. Even highly technical equipment can be left out.

Does not leave any toxic residue. There is no need to wipe or rinse surfaces. Can reach the entire room, leaving no surface untreated by human error and is even effective on hard-to-clean surfaces.

Easy to integrate with cleaning procedures. Is validated to comply with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standards.

iHP Explained

Superior Life Sciences Disinfection & Decontamination

Level 1

Level 1

7.8% Hydrogen Peroxide Bit™ Solution converts to iHP™ after passing through a cold plasma arc.

Level 2

Level 2

iHP™ is carried thought the mist, moving like a gas throughout the treated area.

Level 3

Level 3

iHP™ damages pathogenic organisms through oxidation of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids.

Level 4

Level 4

iHP™ cellular disruption and/or dysfunctions occur and allows for disinfection and decontamination in the targeted area.

iHP Technology Efficacy

Independent testing had proven six-log (99.9999%) efficacy against the gold standard for sterilization, Geobacillus stearothermophilus and Bacillus atrophaeus – a notoriously difficult to kill spore.

With this development, further EPA testing had placed it on the following Lists:

  • LIST G: Norovirus


  • LIST K: C. difficile spores

  • LIST L: Ebola

  • LIST M: H1N1

  • LIST N: Emerging Pathogens, Including SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus

iHP™ Features Efficacy Against:

  • Pseudomonas

  • H1N1 (Influenza A Virus)

  • Salmonella

  • C. diff (Clostridium difficile) Spores

  • Geobacillus Stearothermophilus Spores

  • Staphylococcus

  • Norovirus

  • Mold & Mildew

  • MRSA

  • Adenovirus

Efficacy on Biological Organisms

Efficacy Against 42 Molds and Fungi

Utilizing proven iHP™ technology, we are able to provide a 106 reduction of viruses, spores, and fungi. The results are summarized in the following table. In the following table spore loads for the referenced fungi were reduced from 107 spores/ cm2 to undetectable levels in 15 seconds.

Aspergillus expansumGeotrichum candidumPenicillium roquefortii
Aspergillus parasiticusMemnoniella echinataPenicillium verrucosum
Aspergillus restrictusMucor racemosusPenicillium brevicompactum
Aspergillus sydowiiMycothecium verrucariaRhizopus stolonifer
Aspergillus tamariiPaecilomyces lilacinusScopulariopsis asperula
Aspergillus terrusiPaecilomyces variotiScopulariopsis brevicaulis
Aspergillus ustusPenicillium atramentosuScopulariopsis brumptii
Aspergillus versicolorPenicillium cluysogenumScopulariopsis chartarum
Aspergillus wentiiPenicillium citrinumStachybotrys chartarum
Cladosporium cladoporiodes
Type 1
Penicillium corylophilumTrichoderma hamatum
Cladosporium cladosporiodesPenicillium crustosumTrichoderma harzianum
Cladosporium herbarumPenicillium glandicola TTrichoderma longibranchiatum
Cladosporium sphaerospermenPenicillium griseofulvumUlocladium chartarum
Eurotium arnstelodamiPenicillium olsoniiWallemia sebi

Efficacy Against Microbial Pathogens

Utilizing proven iHP™ technology, we are able to provide a 106 reduction of viruses, spores, and fungi.

OrganismClassificationLog ReductionLab
Bacillus atrophaeus *Bacterial Spore8.31
Geobacillus stearothermophilusBacterial Spore6.33/6
Bacillus subtilisBacterial Spore6.01
Clostridium difficile spores ***Bacterial Spore6.03/6
Escherichia coliGram Negative7.42
Pseudomonas aeruginosa ***Gram Negative6.05/6
Serratia marcescensGram Negative6.03
Salmonella enterica ***Gram Negative5.57
Staphylococcus aureus ***Gram Positive7.42/6
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) ***Gram Positive5.96
Bacillus atrophaeus vegetative cellsGram Positive9.01
Asperigillus NigerMold8.04
Aspergillus speciesMold7.02
Cladosporium speciesMold7.02
Pencillium speciesMold7.02
Stachybotrys chartarumMold7.04
Trichophyton mentagrophytesMold6.04
Human rhinovirus 16 **Virus6.83
Influenza A (H1N1) ***Virus106
Norovirus ***Virus6.47