Doctor Offices

Waiting rooms must be disinfected regularly to prevent the spread of illnesses.

Hospital Rooms

Over 95% of Hospitals and Physician offices are still cleaned with mops and rags using toxic and dangerous cleaners.

Operating Rooms

BAN Electrostatic sprayers with next generation EPA approved hospital disinfectant is 100% non-toxic with the highest efficacy available today.

Nursing Homes

Eliminating microscopic enemies with nanotechnology.


Healthcare acquired infections (HAI) are one of the largest challenges affecting both the safety of patient care and the skyrocketing costs of healthcare, with these infections being the fourth leading cause of death in the United States and costing between $28 billion and $33 billion each year. The recent “National Healthcare Quality Report” confirmed that despite targeted infection control efforts, healthcare acquired infections remain the most common complication of hospital care.

Given these grim facts, it is even more surprising that methods used to clean infectious patient rooms, exam rooms and operating rooms have not changed in decades. Most health care facilities still rely on their environmental services staff (cleaning staff) to clean potentially contaminated rooms by using a rag to wipe down the area with the same old chemicals such as bleach or quats (quaternary ammonium compounds). This outdated method of disinfecting a room is inconsistent, subject to human error, potentially toxic and – perhaps most importantly – often does not kill the most deadly microorganisms that can then mutate into antibiotic-resistant “superbugs.”

BAN Electrostatic Spraying System combined with Sniper disinfectant provides the perfect solution to the escalating problems with antibiotic-resistant superbugs that have also become resistant to many disinfectants used in the healthcare industry. Using an innovative product, Sniper and a new application for electrostatic spraying technology, Bioactive Neutralizer Services offer next- generation options to comprehensively disinfect surfaces and help decrease the incidence and cost of healthcare acquired infections.



Healthcare Practioners

Studies found a doctor’s lab coat picked up MRSA bacteria 65 percent of the time when leaning over an infected patient.
Source: Center for Disease Control

Many of these healthcare associated infections (HAI), about one in five of all cases, are strains resistant to antibiotics and disinfectants.
Source: Center for Disease Control

Since 2002, the H5Ni Avian Influenza virus has An average death rate of 63%
Source: Center for Disease Control

40,000 people die from MRSA infection every year.
Source: Center for Disease Control

The average workplace desk harbors 400 times more bacteria than the average toilet seat.
Source: Charles Gerba, University of Arizona

98,000 people die every year after contracting healthcare associated infections (HAI).
Source: Center for Disease Control

Each year in the USA, more than 28,000 people die of a Clostridium Difficile or “C. diff” infection.
Source: Center for Disease Control

The area where you rest your hand on your desk has on average 10 million bacteria.
Source: Charles Gerba, University of Arizona