How to Activate BioVex

These videos are for informational purposes only. Please follow all instructions as written on the BioVex Labels.

The first video located on the left side of the page is an instructional video for BioVex T disinfectant's mixing and usage. BioVex T sodium chlorite concentrate with an activating agent releasing five hundred parts per million of chlorine dioxide CLO2. BioVex is a ph neutral, hospital grade disinfectant, that is EPA and NSF registered. One hundred percent biodegradable OMRI certified organic. BioVex T is a premeasured concentrate making five gallons of ready to use disinfectant. The video gives step by step instructions on how to properly mix and use BioVex T. The image before you click to play the video is a blue box with a picture of BioVex T the name of the product and key features listed such as organic, non-toxic, biodegradable, EPA 9804-1, produces 5 gallons ready to use, 16 oz premeasured concentrate, EPA list N for use against SARS-COV-2 (Covid 19) Screen says How to Use BioVex Step One Read the BioVex T Label and Follow the instructions. The first image is of a case of BioVex T. Each case contains twelve sixteen ounce premeasured concentrates and twelve packages of activator crystals. Each bottle of concentrate and accompanying package is eventually mixed into five gallons of ready to use disinfectant, therefore one case is equivalent to sixty gallons of ready to use disinfectant. Screen says Step Two Pour activator into BioVex Bottle and replace cap securely. The next image shows the activator package clearly identified by a T on the package, being poured into the premeasured concentrate BioVex T bottle. The directions then say to replace the cap back onto the bottle securely. Screen says Step Three Shake for 20 seconds The next image shows the BioVex G bottle held by the user being shaken vigorously for several seconds. Screen says Step Four Pour 2.5 gallons of water followed with the 16 ounces of activated BioVex solution into the container The next image is a hand unscrewing the top of the BioVex Manual Mixing Station and activated BioVex T Solution being poured into the BioVex Manual Mixing Station. The video assumes the 2.5 gallons of water has already been poured into the HDPE 15 gallon container. Screen says Step Five Fill the remaining 2.5 gallons with water The product is now ready to use The second video located on the right side of the page is an instructional video for BioVex G disinfectant's mixing and usage. BioVex G sodium chlorite concentrate with an activating agent releasing five hundred parts per million of chlorine dioxide CLO2. BioVex is a ph neutral, hospital grade disinfectant, that is EPA and NSF registered. One hundred percent biodegradable OMRI certified organic. BioVex G is a premeasured concentrate making one gallon of ready to use disinfectant. The video gives step by step instructions on how to properly mix and use BioVex G. The image before you click to play the video is a green box with a picture of BioVex G the name of the product and key features listed such as organic, non-toxic, biodegradable, EPA 9804-1, produces 1 gallon ready to use, 1 oz premeasured concentrate, EPA list N for use against SARS-COV-2 (Covid 19) Screen says How to Use BioVex Step One Read the BioVex G Label and Follow the instructions. Screen says Step Two Pour activator into BioVex Bottle and replace cap securely. The next image shows the activator package clearly identified by a G on the package, being poured into the premeasured concentrate BioVex G bottle. The directions then say to replace the cap back onto the bottle securely. Screen says Step Three Shake for 20 seconds The next image shows the bottle of BioVex G held by the user being shaken vigorously for several seconds. Screen says Step Four Fill the BioVex Labeled gallon with water The next shows a person filling an HPDE gallon jug being filled with water Screen says Step Five Pour the activated BioVex solution into 1 gallon container The next image shows the activated BioVex G being poured into the one gallon container. Once completed the image changes to the gallon being poured into a disinfectant fogger. Screen says The product is ready to use