In The News
“Of all the cleaning products used at our hotels since the onset of COVID-19, the most innovative is the MondoVap® 2400.”
— Shannon Ellis, owner. The Willcox and The Greystone Inn
Power to clean everything
Restaurant operators and supermarkets use the MondoVap® to disinfect food preparation surfaces, such as stovetops and hoods, countertops and cutting boards. Hotel housekeepers use the MondoVap® to thoroughly clean, deodorize and maintain guest rooms and public areas. Hospitals use it to clean and disinfect wheelchairs, operating rooms, bed rails and gurneys without chemicals that make patients sicker. Over fifty VA medical centers from California to Texas to New York rely on the MondoVap®. Schools and daycares use it in place of toxic cleaners that are linked to attention and learning problems. Animal shelters and rescues use the MondoVap® to ensure pet environments are clean and sanitary. Don’t be fooled by knockoffs and lookalikes with improper claims of disinfection.
Simplified water-only protocol
The MondoVap® is non-toxic, which means no SDS is required. It only needs tap water and a cleaning cloth to capture dirt and other matter during the cleaning and disinfecting process.
Outperforms chemical disinfectants
Steam vapor penetrates vertical and horizontal surface pores chemical disinfectants cannot. And unlike chemicals (especially bleach), steam vapor does not degrade surfaces over time and leaves no biofilm that supports future microbial growth.
Faster dwell times
A common problem with chemical disinfectants is that they must be in contact with a surface, and remain wet, for 10 minutes or more. The MondoVap® is scientifically proven to effectively kill a very broad range of pathogens in 7 seconds or less.
A 99.9999 percent reduction of MRSA and VRE on surfaces within 5 seconds is a level of performance that chemical disinfectants may never achieve.Benjamin Tanner, PhD, President of Antimicrobial Test Laboratories
Even strong chemical disinfectants such as bleach when allowed 20 minutes of dwell time did not achieve the same degree of kill that the TANCS® unit accomplished in 3 seconds.Chuanwu Xi, PhD, Department of Environmental Health at the University of Michigan