Test-Treat-Track Program

The Science-Proven Microbial Control® (SPMC®) program treats surfaces to persistently protect in an enduring three-phase Test-Treat-Track™ program.

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TEST-Treat-Track

The SPMC® program starts with a baseline test to determine the current bio-burden levels of common touchpoints by measuring Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP).

ATP is the energy molecule found in all living things, and its presence indicates the level of bacterial contaminant and freedom from virulent microbes.

The initial ATP test provides a baseline of the bio-burden and is used for future comparisons of the treatments’ staying power.

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Test-TREAT-Track

After a pre-treatment disinfection, a science-proven, EPA-registered antimicrobial surface protectant is applied by electrostatic sprayer. This creates a positive electrical charge of particles that aggressively cling to the front, back, and sides of surfaces. The two-step process involves the use of an EPA List-N disinfectant and the application of a surface protectant.

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Test-Treat-TRACK

Regularly scheduled ATP tests track the treatments’ staying-power and verifies its efficacy.

ATP tests are staggered in conjunction with scheduled treatments to provide timely insights and cost-effective use of testing materials.

Reports are generated by SPMC® support staff and sent to designated recipients based on data from the cloud-based ATP technology.

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