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1st Place Science
Hospital Disinfectant

Only cleaner / sanitizer / disinfectant to combine all of these benefits:

  • EPA Registered Disinfectant
  • NSF Certified
  • Kills coronavirus
  • Hospital grade – Level IV Safest
  • No sticky residue
  • Does not harm electronics
  • No special PPE required
  • Non-Corrosive
  • Non-Flammable
  • No skin irritation
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Does Not need to be wiped up
  • Made in the USA 
  • Class 2 Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide
  • Can be used on food preparation surfaces
  • Inside HVAC systems to clean and sanitize throughout the system
  • Bactericide, Virucide, Fungicide, Odor Eliminator 

4 Gallons

$52/ Gallon


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Solves your issues with disinfectants...

  • 99.999% effective in eliminating pathogens
  • Viruses, Bacteria, Bacterial Spores, Algae, Fungi, Mold, Mildew, Yeast,
  • Good for Chemical Decontamination
  • Mechanically eliminates a pathogen’s BioFilm & grime
  • Eliminates odors
  • Hypoallergenic
  • HVAC Approved
  • No fragrance
  • Non-caustic
  • 3 year shelf life

No Other Product Compares

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Product Information
Label and SDS

1st Place Science Hospital Disinfectant:             Label                                               SDS

Why is Chlorine Dioxide so unique?  – ClO2

1) It has 2.6 times the oxidizing power of bleach.

2) Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) has a much wider pH spectrum than chlorine, making it much more versatile.

3) It is registered with the EPA and can be used as a bactericide, fungicide, and antimicrobial agent. And has passed EPA’s stringent DIS/TISS guidelines for use as a disinfectant and as a food contact surface sanitizer.

4) Unlike chlorine bleach and bromide, which make carcinogenic trihalomethanes, that get washed down the drain and deposited in the environment, chlorine dioxide donates oxygen, breaking down to water, oxygen, and common table salt. This makes it much less corrosive to equipment and machines than other options.

5) It breaks down quickly, which means it won’t harm the soil or add toxic deposits to the ground.


Active Ingredients

Chlorine Dioxide __0.200%
Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride___0.085%
Dimethyl Ethylbenzyl Ammonium Chloride___0.085%
Other Ingredients ___99.630%

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Why Choose First Place Science - Hospital Disinfectant - with ClO2?

Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) is a highly effective biocide. It is a selective oxidant that eliminates a wide variety of species such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, & volatile organic compounds. With our product you can disinfect surfaces, and rapidly disrupt and destroy biofilms. You can clean as deeply or as lightly as the job requires. With this product you can clean a filthy, grimey kitchen that was infested by roaches and take it all the way back to sanitized and ready to be used again for food service.

Or you can dilute the product 6 to 1 with water, load it into your ULV sprayer and provide a weekly sanitation service for a corporate client. Since detailed HVAC cleaning instructions are included on the label, you can offer a thoroughness of service with FPHD that other products simply can’t match.

How is Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) Different from Chlorine/Hypochlorite (ClO)?

Stabilized chlorine dioxide (ClO2)  is vastly different than its single Oxygen having sibling, Chlorine aka ClO. Since chlorine only has one Oxygen atom, it is unstable and therefore always looking for anything with which it can combine. Contrast this with stabilized chlorine dioxide, when combined with the other ingredients in First Place Hospital Disinfectant, it creates a revolutionary formula that is extremely stable and does NOT generate harmful by-products.

Chlorine and Hypochlorite are very powerful oxidizing agents and their reactions with organic matter can result in chlorinated organic compounds, this is bad. Some of these by-products like dioxin are carcinogenic. It is in this way that when people attempt to clean or sanitize an area and use the wrong methods or incorrect products, they can leave behind dangerous carcinogenic compounds. When you use a product with stabilized chlorine dioxide you do not have to worry about this because your product is non-carcinogenic, non-mutagenic, and relatively non-irritating, unlike products that contain chlorine.

How Can I Provide This As A Service In Addition To Pest Control?

Since 1st Place Science Hospital Disinfectant can be applied using a small, electric ULV machine, like this one. Also, you do not need any special PPE. It can be very simple to equip a service vehicle to perform this service. ULV works very well for spaces that are already clean but need to be sanitized. Such as offices, or vacation rental properties between weekly tenants.

Since First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant does not need to be wiped off surfaces. This allows you to sanitize a lot of rooms very rapidly.

 In many markets, you can charge $50 to ULV sanitize a rental house between visitors. You will be able to do a great job on this house with a battery ULV machine in 10 – 15 mins and you will use less than 6 oz of product. 

This scales up very well for some popular rental areas where weekly rentals end on Saturdays and new visitors arrive on Sundays. You can go efficiently go from house to house, or condo to condo and provide an excellent sanitation service quickly and efficiently.

Because of the minimal PPE requirements for this product, you and your staff can dress comfortably and move around the property inconspicuously.

This is only possible because of the ease of use and flexibility of First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant. Since FPSHD is non-corrosive it will not harm the delicate pieces in the electric ULV cold-fogging sprayers.

Why We Recommend Using a ULV Sprayer that is NOT Electrostatic:

Electrostatic sprayers give the solution a negative charge. In a previous section of this page, we talked about the importance of  First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant NOT being negatively charged. Our neutral non charge is a key reason why we are non-corrosive. This is why we recommend the Airofog ULV Cold Fogging sprayers. They give you the ultra-tiny droplet sizes you need and combine them with an excellent fan and non-charged solutions.

Is First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant - Environmentally friendly?

Yes it is eco-friendly or green. First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant is an Eco-Friendly cleaning and sanitizing product.

Chlorine dioxide is in fact used in many different industrial applications to improve and counteract environmental hazards. FPSHD ‘s management and stability technology of ClO2 is environmentally friendly. By using FPSHD , the introduction of trichloromethanes, chloroacetic acids, chlorinated dioxins, toxic VOC’s can be eliminated, all of which pose a significant risk in the environment.  In its reaction, ClO2 oxidizes (removes electrons) from other compounds and is itself reduced (gains electrons) to the chlorite anion (ClO2).  Toxicological studies have shown that Chlorine dioxide disinfection poses no significant risk to humans or animals.  FPSHD has a Level IV toxicity rating with EPA on all routes of exposer: dermal, skin contact, eye contact, inhalation, and ingestion.

What Do We Mean by Hospital Disinfectant?

As part of the Environmental Protection Agency registration process, disinfectant products are put through significant testing to prove their efficacy and measure toxicity. The EPA registers three types of disinfectants: Limited DisinfectantBroad Spectrum Disinfectant, and Hospital Disinfectant. All three disinfectants destroy or irreversibly inactivate certain microorganisms on hard surfaces and objects

Limited – must be supported by efficacy testing against either Salmonella cholerasuis or Staphylococcus aureus Which are gram-negative OR gram-positive bacteria. Limited disinfectants are commonly found in household use.

Broad Spectrum Disinfectants – must be supported by efficacy testing against both Salmonella cholerasuis and Staphylococcus aureus.  Effective against gram Negative AND Gram-Positive bacteria.  General disinfectants are more common in commercial areas.

Hospital Disinfectant – must provide efficacy against Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella cholerasuis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa is more difficult to eliminate.  A “Hospital Disinfectant is a Broad Spectrum Disinfectant that is tested effective against Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Also as part of the EPA registration process,  products are placed into toxicity categories:  The categories range from category 1 (highly toxic) to category 4 (no exposure warnings required on the label). FPSHD is registered with an EPA category 4 rating for all exposure routes (Inhalation, Ingestion, Skin Contact, & eye contact).

The great thing about FPSHD is that it has all the power, performance, reliability and safety of a Hospital Disinfectant, even though you will likely never need to use this product in that way for your home and commercial sanitization business. It is just good for you and your customers to have the peace of mind that comes with knowing you, could.

Compare our SDS to the Product You Are Currently Using

Go ahead and grab the SDS of the product you are currently using for your cleaning & sanitation services. Let’s compare the SDS of First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant with the product you are currently using.

Section 3 - Hazards Identification -

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW Colorless liquid with mild fresh odor. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children

 HMIS Rating: Health: 0 Flammability: 0 Reactivity: 0 PPE: None

Potential Health Effects:

Eye Contact: Eye contact may cause mild eye irritation with discomfort

Skin Contact: Does NOT cause skin irritation and the product is NOT a skin sensitizer

Inhalation: Does NOT cause any respiratory irritation. If consumer product accidentally contacts strong acids in restrictive ventilation area, avoid breathing the vapors, and allow adequate time for the vapors to disperse before re-entering the restricted area

Ingestion: Non-Toxic

Carcinogenic Information None of the components present in this material at concentrations equal to or greater than 0.1% are listed by IARC, NTP, OSHA, and ACGIH as carcinogens

Now compare that with the cleaning product you are currently using. Go ahead, dig out the SDS for your current product. I’ll wait…… Pretty big difference? Hold on, plenty more to come.


Inhalation:  Does NOT cause any respiratory irritation. If Consumer product accidentally contacts strong
acids in restricted ventilation area, avoid breathing the vapors, and allow adequate time for the
vapors to disperse before re-entering the restricted area.

Skin Contact: Does NOT cause skin irritation. In case of contact, flush skin with plenty of water

Eye Contact: In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes

Ingestion: Give large amounts of water and consult a physician


Okay, how does this section compare with your current product? What happens if you get your current product in your eyes? What about on your skin? Imagine the peace of mind you will have when you and all of your staff are using a product that is as safe and easy to use as, First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant.


Flammable Properties: Flash Point: Not Applicable (Non Flammable)

Flammability Classification: Non-Flammable Liquid

Extinguishing Media: N/A (Non-Flammable liquid)

Additional Considerations: None


Health: 0 Flammability: 0 Reactivity: 0 Other Hazards: 0 


This next section is the last one I will highlight, I promise. But it is my favorite.


Engineering Controls: Use in adequately ventilated areas 

Personal Protective Equipment
Eye / Face Protection: Not required for consumer product

 Skin Protection: Not required for consumer product 

Respirators: None required for normal use. If consumer product accidentally contacts strong
acids in restricted ventilation area, avoid breathing the vapors, and allow adequate time for the
vapors to disperse before re-entering the restricted area.

Say goodbye to your Tyvek suits

That’s right, you read all of that correctly. You and your team do not need to suit up in a head-to-toe Tyvek suit and breath through a respirator all day.

 No one likes to put those things on in the searing summer heat, and breath through a respirator all day as you perform your service calls.  Then after each customer, you have to take off the suit, the inside is gross with sweat, and you have to throw it away, just to do it all over again at the next location.

There is a better way.

Your team will be happier, more comfortable, a much faster without having to worry about all of the additional PPE that your current products require.


If you are currently offering cleaning and sanitation services, fill in the form below, let’s talk.

If you considering getting into this industry, fill in the form, and let’s talk.

Once you get started working with this product, you will never want to go back to the way you were doing it before.

If I have convinced you that First Place Science Hospital Disinfectant is the product for you, click on the picture and we will have a case on its way to you super-fast. We have inventory spread across the U.S. so our delivery times are usually less than two days.

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