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Reducing the Cost of Disinfecting Hospitals



About XSTREAM 2000®

XSTREAM 2000® Technology Attracts Infectious Microbes > Destroys On Contact > Maintains A Cleaner Environment

About the XSTREAM 2000® Product Evaluation


The effectiveness of the free-standing XSTREAM 2000 Infection Control system is based on the continuous generation of cluster ions with positive and negative charges. The clusters are created by Tidal Air movement through proprietary cells exposed to ultraviolet light. The ions then attach to disease-producing microbes and destroy them on contact throughout the health care environment.

  • The XSTREAM 2000® System is the most powerful, deployable, and cost-effective antimicrobial solution available for continuously reducing most bacteria and viruses affecting healthcare and other facilities. The system can save institutions millions of dollars per location and protect the lives of residents, patients or employees from infections or death. It is estimated that the XSTREAM solution is 25 to 100 times more cost-effective than current antimicrobial devices.
  • Nine years of clinical and laboratory testing on three generations of technology. Previous generations of equipment have proved successful in hospitals and other complex environments.
  • ROI for the health care facility is 3 months or less, based on cost per infection and the reduction rate.
  • Penetrating and destroying dormant C-diff is a critical result that has been achieved.

The safety of having a bacteria controlled environment. Disinfecting 24/7/365

In Air, Surfaces & Fabrics

Penetrating and destroying B. thuringiensis is a critical result that has been achieved.
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) photos by the University of Arizona
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bacteria disinfection system

Penetrating and destroying Bacteriophase MS2 is a critical result that has been achieved.
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) photos by the University of Arizona
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bacteria disinfection system

Penetrating and destroying Escherichia coli is a critical result that has been achieved.
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) photos by the University of Arizona
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XSTREAM leading the way in raising
the standard in healthcare.

Proactive Technology - More Potent and Faster Microbial Control Without Potentially Harmful Oxidizers

Stabilization - With Continuous Operation XSTREAM 2000 Destroys Existing Viruses & Pathogens and VOC's in Your Operating Rooms, ICU's, Emergency Rooms and Critical Care Areas and on clothing as well. And Then Continues To Protect those Areas Against the Introduction of New Pathogens & Viruses Including dormant C-diff. Disinfecting 24/7/365

Prevention - Combats the Introduction of Pathogens & Viruses into Your Patient Areas Which Eliminates Cross-Contamination. Disinfecting 24/7/365



Proven Technology:

The effectiveness of the free-standing XSTREAM 2000® Infection Control system is based on particle physics with a continuous generation of cluster ions with positive and negative charges. The clusters are created by Tidal Air movement through a reactor core. The ions then neutralize the energy source of the disease-producing microbes and destroy them on contact throughout any environment. Disinfecting 24/7/365



The Solution: History of Cluster Ion Testing

Bacteria Serratia bacteria
• Harvard School of Public Health (Dr. Melvin W. First, Professor Emeritus), United States March 2007

Coliform (E. coli ) bacteria
• Ishikawa Health Service Association, Japan September 2000 E. coli, Staphylococcus aurous , candida
• Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China October 2001 • Kansas State University; Dr. J.L. Marsden ; Food Science Institute; USA July 2007

Bacillus subtilis ( Anthrax surragate)
• Kitasato Research Center of Environmental Sciences, Japan September 2002
• CT&T (Professor Gerhard Artmann, Aachen University of Applied Sciences), Germany Nov, 2004
• Kansas State University; Dr. J.L. Marsden; Food Science Institute; USA July 2007

MRSA ( methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)
• Kitasato Research Center of Environmental Sciences, Japan September 2002
• Kitasato Institute Medical Center Hospital, Japan February 2004
• Kansas State University; Dr. J.L. Marsden; Food Science Institute; USA July 2007

Pseudomonas, Enterococcus, Staphylococcus
• University of Lübeck, Germany February 2002 • Kansas State University; Dr. J.L. Marsden; Food Science Institute; USA July 2007

Enterococcus, Staphylococcus, Sarcina, Micrococcus
• CT&T (Professor Gerhard Artmann, Aachen University of Applied Sciences), Germany Nov 2004

Listeria monocytogenes, Streptococcus spp.
• Kansas State University; Dr. J.L. Marsden; Food Science Institute; USA July 2007

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How the XSTREAM 2000®

Works to keep your facility free from harmful bacteria & pathogens