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Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide

Made in Japan


Feature 1: Excellent Sterilization Ability

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Feature 2.
Contact time and chemical drying time required for sterilization

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*Accelerated hydrogen peroxide exerts its sanitizing power before the chemical solution dries.

Feature 3: Scope of application


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Feature 4: High cleaning performance


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*Canadian Standards Board Test CGSB2.16-87

A minimum of 70% cleaning effectiveness is considered a detergent under government testing standards.

Feature 5.
Safe and non-residual in human body and environment


Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP) decomposes into water and oxygen, leaving no residue in the environment.

AHP is proven to be non-corrosive, non-irritant, non-toxic, and free of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), making it a safe product for users.

Feature 6: Can be used for a variety of materials

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*Can be used on various plastic materials and metals (except some metals such as copper). Does not damage wax applied to the floor.

Feature 7: Performance Comparison Table

Sterilization effect

Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide

hypochlorous acid water

hypochlorous acid
sodium sodium hypochlorite




May cause hand irritation and bronchitis

Inhalation may cause intoxication and allergic reactions.

Metal corrosion
(Effects on objects)


Bleaching and metal corrosive properties.

Ingredient Stability

Effectiveness rapidly decreases over time depending on storage conditions*2

Unstable depending on dilution factor and time elapsed after dilution and purification


Cleaning ability


Hypochlorous acid water has no cleaning effect*3

Alcohol can sterilize, but it has no cleaning power against dirt.

Cleaning effectiveness varies depending on the concentration used.

*1: Decomposes into water and oxygen, leaving no residue

*2: Basically, hypochlorite water is a very delicate solution with low stability and can be decomposed over time or by ambient temperature. In particular, temperature is often overlooked. Comparing the chlorine concentration after 140 days of storage at 5°C and 40°C, the chlorine concentration at 5°C decreased by only 4%, while at 40°C, it decreased by 20%.

*3 When using in the kitchen area, first clean dishes, utensils, sinks, etc. with ordinary detergent, and then use hypochlorite water for disinfection after they are clean. If you use it while the dishes are still dirty, it will react with the dirt (organic matter) and will not be effective in reaching the target bacteria.

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