Cleaning Intentionally

Posts by Allen P. Rathey

Guidelines for Purchase of Steam Vapor Cleaning and Disinfecting Devices

Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 in Steam Vapor Machines, Steam Vapor Systems | 0 comments

Steam vapor is a potent non-chemical cleaning and disinfecting agent, produced by using tap water heated within an electric boiler to yield low-moisture, high-temperature steam vapor.

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Lower Costs of Disinfection

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Disinfection, Featured, Hospital, Podcast, TANCS | 0 comments

Lower Costs of Disinfection

Dr. Benjamin Tanner shows how Advanced Vapor Technologies’ TANCS Steam Vapor lowers the total cost of disinfecting.

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Chemical Disinfectants and TANCS®

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Disinfection, Featured, Podcast, TANCS | 0 comments

Chemical Disinfectants and TANCS®

Today’s guest on the Health Intentional Cleaning podcast is Dr. Charles Gerba. He actively conducts research on the development of new disinfectants and is a well-known crusader on behalf of good hygiene practices.

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Cleaning for Appearance: The Problem – a Treatise Against the Superficial

Posted by on Mar 27, 2013 in Cleaning, Featured, Health, News | 0 comments

Cleaning for Appearance: The Problem – a Treatise Against the Superficial

Cleaning for Appearance: The Problem – a Treatise Against the Superficial By Allen P. Rathey If it looks and smells clean, it must be, right? Of course not, but how can this low-bid-driving proposition be changed? It could well start with considering the meaning and connotation of the word “superficial” – If a superficial person does not a good friend make, how can superficial cleaning be any better? It can’t. Thus, our society’s love affair with cleaning based mainly on “surface” or...

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Unapproved Chemicals Used to Clean Hospital Beds

Posted by on Jun 8, 2012 in Chemicals, Featured, Hospital | 0 comments

Unapproved Chemicals Used to Clean Hospital Beds

Research performed by students and faculty at Xavier University in Cincinnati reveals that current practices for cleaning of hospital beds involve the use of chemicals not approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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