In 2011, Bactronix was founded as a local Pittsburgh company, specializing in nanotechnology to reduce and control bacteria, mold, fungi, viruses and VOC's. The national awareness and concerns pertaining to the super bugs, bacteria, viruses, mold, mildew and VOC's have accelerated the demand for the Bactronizing Process. The Bactronizing Process (an exclusive to the Bactronix Corporation) includes several patented products which are delivered through a state-of-the-art atomizing electrostatic process.
Our services give our clients the ability to kill germs, odors and deadly bacteria that cause respiratory illness like asthma and pneumonia (pneumonia is a common cause of death in cancer patients).
National Interest Peaks in Bactronix Franchises!
In 2008, three independent business men, Jos Kleynjans, Vince Valicenti, and A.J. Powell started the research and development of a disinfecting process, now nationally known as the Bactronizing Process.
The issue was that for the past 60 years the typical protocol for killing bacteria hasn't changed very much. In many cases, we are still using harmful, toxic chemicals such as ammonia, bleach and peroxides to disinfect an area. After applying these poisons over many years, the bacteria have developed immunity to where they are resistant to this treatment.
It is the continued use of these materials that have contributed to the development of the Super Bug Syndrome, causing deadly infections such as
The Bactronizing Process (an exclusive to the Bactronix Corporation) includes several patented products which are delivered through a state-of-the-art atomizing electrostatic process. This Bactronizing Process kills all of the Super-Bug listed above, and removes the odor caused by:
Black Mold Mildew
Any Volatile Organic compound that gives off odor
Since the date of incorporation, Bactronix has continued to expand the process and the markets that now include:
Pre-Owned Car Dealers
Residential homes, new and old- asthma and cancer patient
New Applications are being found on a weekly basis
From day one, the idea was to turn Bactronix into a national organization. Much sooner than expected, in August of 2013, Bactronix introduced the national franchising program. Within 30 days the first two franchises were sold: Bactronix of Central PA and Bactronix of Ohio.