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The Activeion ionator EXP™ cleans to perfection

09 September 2010

This year’s big cleaning news for facilities management has been the Activeion ionator EXP™, Britain and Europe’s first handheld tap-water ioniser, a completely chemical-free cleaning tool that converts tap water into ionised water.

The sprayed temporarily ionised water breaks down dirt and kills 99.9% of common bacteria and the H1N1 Type A 2009 swine ‘flu virus on surfaces including glass, stainless steel, wood, carpet, natural stone, marble and laminates. It can replace many general-purpose chemical cleaners commonly used for these surfaces.

The ionator is simply filled with half a litre of tap water, with no added chemicals. The ionised water makes cleaning and disinfection fast and easy, leaving glass, work surfaces and kitchen and washroom equipment cleaner and safer than you imagined possible.

Contact +41 22 533 00 33 or email

andre.krell@activeion.com for more information.


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