DeVere Chemical, Author at DeVere Company, Inc

Outdated Door Foamers

ARE DOOR FOAMERS OBSOLETE? Door foamers are used in food manufacturing facilities to sanitize areas where wheeled and foot traffic enter and exit production zones. However, they are a potential hazard, as they can create slippery floors and contaminate areas that require dry environments. Door foamers were not designed as a footwear hygiene method ¹. […]

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Reduce Water Waste in Food Plants

Reduce water waste in food plants or risk paying the increased production costs… Efficient and sustainable operations in food plants require a reduction in water usage. Water is vital in maintaining cleanliness and hygiene, crucial in personal use and food manufacturing. The food industry heavily relies on water for various operational practices. Therefore, businesses must […]

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Clean With DeVere Podcast

Learn About Cleaning and Sanitation From Our Team Listen to our podcast below, on Spotify, Buzzsprout, or wherever you listen to podcasts.   In the first podcast, we hear from the head chemist (and President), Randy Stevenson, about how chemical cleaning products differ and can be custom-made for each application. From general cleaners to use-specific […]

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Bottle Top Dosing

Are you interested in dosing the exact right amount of liquid concentrate directly from a bottle?  Try the ProBlend Proportioner bottle top dosing system. This instructional video shows how to get the right amount of Wow or other concentrated chemical each time. This bottle top dosing system is chemically resistant, does not contain any metal, […]

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Emerging Viral Pathogens Claims

EPA List Q: Disinfectants for Emerging Viral Pathogens (EVPs) Now that Monkeypox has entered the world, we want to know how to kill the virus so it does not become more prevalent and mutate. This new emerging viral pathogen is listed by the EPA in lists like COVID. As new viruses emerge, the EPA makes […]

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Flu Season

Schools are back in full swing, temperatures are dropping, and people are getting flu shots.  This means cold and flu season has started. Schools and public spaces are guilty of spreading several viruses and bacteria in addition to COVID-19.  This article will address some of the different diseases we can contract and how to stop […]

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We continue to work with businesses every day on their touchpoint hygiene plans. We are continually impressed by how much effort these companies dedicate to keeping employees and guests safe.  Thank you to all those that are working tirelessly to stop the spread of COVID-19, its variants, other viruses, and bacteria. A touchpoint is “a […]

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World Hand Hygiene Day

May 5 may be best known as Cinco de Mayo.  We hope everyone is able to visit a local restaurant to celebrate this day and tip well. May 5 is also World Hand Hygiene Day.  The World Health Organization (WHO) started this global campaign in 2009 and has advanced the mission of “hand hygiene in […]

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Hand Sanitizers

  With businesses reopening, the demand for sanitation has increased. Hand sanitizers play a key role in all our daily interactions. Knowing the types of hand sanitizers, their benefits, their status in our lives, and governmental guidelines help us stay safe and make the right decisions in this quickly-changing world.   Types of Hand Sanitizers […]

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EPA List N Disinfectants

EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 SARS-CoV-2 is the Coronavirus that causes COVID-19.  See this post for more information on the virus and how to mitigate the spread. We regularly see or hear from people who are using unregistered products to clean surfaces and protect themselves and their employees from COVID-19.  The unregistered […]

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