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A growing number of threats to the natural environment is partly a result of an excessive amount of various types of dust and gases. The amount of emitted polluting agents reaches hundreds of thousands of tons each year. The primary part of pollution is made of small particles of dust. Various saprophytes, fungi and bacteria which can cause numerous allergies grow in the dust particles. They settle on all microcracks, they are inhaled together with air into lungs, which has an influence on our health. The effective removal of dirt allows us to decrease the risk of getting mycosis. The undermentioned research results show that the traditional cleaning methods do not completely fulfill our expectations. However, it turns out that using the Raypath Cleaning Technique, based on the new textile technologies, may be successfully used without harmful detergents and it enables the effective removal of various types of dirt.

 

The Raypath Cleaning Technique – ECOLOGY OF TOMORROW

 

A proper process of using the Raypath Cleaning Technique includes the following stages:
1. Moistening a white or care cleaner with lukewarm water.
2. Rubbing dirty surface in order to separate dirt particles and turn them into emulsion.
3. Collecting emulsion and polishing the cleaned surface with a moist Sunbeam cleaner.
4. After the cleaning process you need to wash the cleaners in lukewarm water. Leaving dirty cleaners for a longer period of time may cause creation of permanent stains, which can penetrate the fibers’ material. The cleaners should be dried hung in the room temperature.

 

 

The removal of dirt by means of a traditional method with the use of detergents and the Raypath Cleaning Technique ECOLOGY OF TOMORROW

 

The research conducted for the two typical surfaces used in households, hospitals, service points and industrial companies. The surfaces imitate to a large extent the tabletop and ceramic surfaces of products such as tiles, porcelain, semi-vitreous chinaware, glass, etc. These are: flaxboard and ceramic hob. Artificial dirt is a mix of dust, soot, coaldust, silicates and a layer of grease.


The traditional method with the usage of detergents is based on using a cotton cloth moistened with a water solution of detergents for washing and cleaning the surface. The three most popular detergents on the Polish market from various manufacturers were used. This is what the results look like:

 

 

Research results for the ceramic hob
cleaning method Moisturizing environment average effectiveness of cleaning
cotton cloth
+ detergents
water + detergent 1 81 %
water + detergent 2 86 %
water + detergent 3 86 %
Raypath Technology ECOLOGY OF TOMORROW water 98 %
Research results for the flaxboard
cleaning method Moisturizing environment average effectiveness of cleaning
cotton cloth
+ detergents
water + detergent 1 68 %
water + detergent 2 67 %
water + detergent 3 75 %
Raypath Technology ECOLOGY OF TOMORROW water 95 %

 

The removal of Aspergillus Niger fungi by means of a traditional method with the use of chemical agents and the Raypath Cleaning Technique ECOLOGY OF TOMORROW

 

Aspergillus Niger is a fungus named black aspergillus, widespread in natural environment, conditionally pathogenic for humans.

 

In the traditional method we use a cotton cloth, moistened with the most concentrated solution of the chemical agent which was marked ‘detergent 3’ in the previous research.

 

Research results for the ceramic hob
cleaning method average effectiveness of cleaning
detergent
- after cleaning
99,2 %
RAYPATH technique
- after cleaning
99,992 %
Research results for flaxboard
cleaning method average effectiveness of cleaning
 detergent
 - after cleaning
99,48 %
RAYPATH technique
- after cleaning
99,97 %

 

The results of the conducted research show that the effectiveness of the microbiological cleaning for the surfaces infected with bacteria and fungi is significantly larger with the use of the Raypath Cleaning Technique cleaners with the use of water than in the case of cotton cloths with detergents.

 

dr Stanisław PfeiferThe results of the research conducted under the supervision of Stanisław Pfeifer, D.Sc., show very good effectiveness of dirt removal when using the Raypath Cleaning Technique in comparison with the traditional methods, using cotton cloths and detergents. We need to underline the elimination of detergents troublesome for the environment and the fact that our products have the certificate of the National Institute of Hygiene registered under the numbers: HŻ/C/00151/08, HK/B/1250/01/2007, accepted throughout the countries of the European Union.

 

The Office of the Consumer Quality Standards wants to congratulate you for choosing this product and recommends the Raypath Cleaning Techniques for broad usage in households, institutions and entities implementing (using) the HACCAP sanitary system."

 

 

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