PURE's patented molecule, Silver Dihydrogen Citrate (SDC), is one of the most powerful antimicrobials developed in decades. SDC is an electrolytically generated source of stabilized ionic silver that can serve as the basis for a wide range of products in diverse markets. Colorless, odorless and non-caustic, the aqueous SDC formulates well with other compounds. PURE produces and markets pre-formulated, ready-to-use SDC-based products as well as varying strengths of SDC for use as an additive for inclusion in other products.
Axenohl is our patented and EPA-registered antimicrobial formulation for use as a raw material in the manufacturing of EPA-registered products. Axenohl is a colorless, odorless and stable solution that provides fast acting efficacy against bacteria, viruses and fungi when manufactured into consumer and commercial disinfecting and sanitizing products.
Axen30 is our patented and EPA-registered hard surface disinfectant and is a predecessor product to PURE Hard Surface. Axen30 is sold by distributors under a variety of other private label brands.
PURE® Hard Surface/SDC3A®
SDC3A is our patented and EPA-registered hard surface disinfectant and food contact surface sanitizer sold under the brand name PURE Hard Surface. PURE Hard Surface offers broad spectrum efficacy, rapid contact times and 24-hour residual protection. In addition, PURE Hard Surface is registered as a no rinse food contact surface sanitizer.
PURE Control is our SDC-based food procesisng aid for direct application to poultry and produce during processing to reduce pathogen populations.
SILVÉRION is our patented antimicrobial formulation for use as a raw material in the manufacturing of personal care products. It can be used as either an active ingredient or a preservative. SILVÉRION is a colorless, odorless and stable solution that provides ionic silver in a water-soluble form. It provides fast acting efficacy at low concentrations against a broad-spectrum of bacteria, viruses, yeast and molds.
PURE Bioscience, Inc. does not support unnecessary animal testing and encourages the identification and development of alternate test methods to ensure product safety which do not involve animals. In 1998, six studies were performed to comply with registration requirements of the United States EPA under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodentecide Act (FIFRA) and have been used to support multiple registrations without the need for additional animal testing. You may view these studies by clicking on the links below: