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Also known as Chlorine Dioxide / ClO2

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PV and Chlorine Dioxide

Often compared to a "bug-bomb" for indoor spaces, PV effectively eliminates foul-odors from physical spaces. Do you know for certain that every surface has been properly wiped or sprayed for your needs? Because PV is a chlorine dioxide gas, the PV treatment effectively expands in the air to treat all exposed surfaces!  PV is not the only Chlorine Dioxide solution available on the market, but it is by far the easiest and most effective to use!

PV doesn’t cover up or mask odors. PV Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) works by penetrating the cell wall of a microorganism and disrupting its metabolic functions. This immediately and permanently eliminates an odor at its source. PV ClO2 gas canisters are designed for smaller enclosed spaces – ideal for closed rooms and vehicles. Our powerful oxidizing formula eliminates any odor at its source:

  • Smoke
  • Marijuana
  • Pet Byproducts
  • Bodily Fluids
  • Foul Food Odors
  • Decaying Organic Matter
  • Much More

Simple to Use.Just Add Water.

Just add water to the canister (amount specified on the label) and leave the area while PV works to treat your space...it's that easy.

Treats Your Environment

Chlorine dioxide technology eliminates the foul odors that plague indoor environments. Clean your indoor facilities and control odors with PV.

20 years of manufacturing excellence

Chlorine dioxide is recognized as an oxidizer, and excels at controlling and eliminating odors.
PureLine has been in the chlorine dioxide business for over 20 years.

  • Hand Wiping/Spraying

    • Relies on wiping every surface, introducing human error for missed surfaces
    • Routine cleaning
    • Low cost of treatment
    • Entire treatment completed in minutes
    • Do it yourself (DIY) treatment
    • Minimal residue from spraying
  • Dry Fog

    • Only cleans surfaces hit by the dry fog (similar to wiping)
    • Used for deep cleaning
    • High cost of treatment
    • Entire treatment completed in hours
    • Requires a team of certified professionals
    • Wet residue is left on treated surfaces, requiring post-treatment cleaning 
  • Ozone

    • Can produce byproducts and damage materials, such as steel and leather
    • Materials such as rubber, electrical wire coatings, and fabrics can be susceptible to bleaching or other damage from ozone use
    • According to the Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA, 1996). When used at proper concentrations, chlorine dioxide is not corrosive to such materials.
  • PV

    • As a Gas it expands to touch every surface air touches
    • Low cost of treatment due to low labor requirement
    • Entire treatment completed within a few hours
    • Do it yourself (DIY) treatment
    • No residue left behind, and no post-treatment cleaning needed!
    • Inexpensive and Economical for routine cleaning
    • Easily scalable to any size area