The EnviroKlenz® Process is the scientifically and field proven choice for the safe, rapid, convenient, and cost-effective restoration of indoor spaces from toxic and irritating chemical air pollutants.

The EnviroKlenz core chemistry (the “Product”) irreversibly captures and neutralizes a broad range of indoor air pollutants. EnviroKlenz works by “adsorptive neutralization.” As EnviroKlenz comes in contact with chemical pollutants in circulating air or on surfaces of materials, the Product’s chemistry 1) irreversibly attaches to and reacts with the pollutants, and 2) destroys/neutralizes the pollutant. The irreversible result is a benign, environmentally safe byproduct and elimination of the unpleasant and potentially dangerous pollutants.

To be effective, the Product must:

(i) come into contact with the chemical pollutants in the air or on surface(s) within the enclosed residential, commercial, or mobile space,
(ii) be positioned to permit its contact at an air flow rate, contact time, treatment schedule, temperature, humidity, and/or concentration, as prescribed for the specific application, and (iii) be deployed in accordance with instructions detailed in the EnviroKlenz User Guide and/or instruction sheet, and other Product labeling.

EnviroKlenz has been tested and proven effective against a broad spectrum of hazardous chemicals and volatile organic chemicals (VOCs). When used as directed, EnviroKlenz will irreversibly adsorb and/or destroy the following chemical compounds:

Table 1: Partial list of common compounds that can be successfully removed/neutralized by Timilon’s EnviroKlenz technology.

Acids

Phosphorus/Sulfur Compounds

Organic Compounds

Hydrochloric Acid

2-Chloroethyl ethyl sulfide

Acetaldehyde

Hydrofluoric Acid

Dimethyl methyl phosphonate

Formaldehyde

Nitric Acid

Paraoxon

p-Cresol

Phosphoric Acid

Parathion

Diesel

Sulfuric Acid

Methyl Mercaptan

Denatured Ethanol

Muriatic Acid

Miscellaneous Pesticides

Acetone

Caustic/Acidic Gasses

Solvents

Ethylene Oxide

Anhydrous Ammonia

Acetonitrile

4-Vinylpyridine

Chlorine

Chloroacetyl Chloride

Methanol

Hydrogen Chloride

Acetyl Chloride

Toluene

Nitrogen Dioxide

Other

Adhesives

Sulfur Dioxide

Body Odors

Cleaning Chemicals

Hydrogen Sulfide

Perfumes/Fragrances

Scented Products

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