SSS-Sanotracin RTU (TM) EPA Registered Sporicidal Disinfectant Cleaner Now Shipping From All Triple S RDCs

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3-minute kill claim on C.diff spores

SSS-Sanotracin RTU Available in quarts and gallons

SSS-Sanotracin RTU Available in quarts and gallons

“The ability to eliminate the need to rinse the bleach film from a surface will go a long way toward reducing the strain that a two-step process places on restricted labor budgets” said Triple S president, Alan Sadler.

Supported by inventory at all three Regional Distribution Centers, Triple S is now shipping SSS-Sanotracin RTU Sporicidal Disinfectant Cleaner to its nationwide 170-location Member-Dealer network. The national launch of SSS-Sanotracin RTU is a very timely event as healthcare facilities are demanding a more effective weapon against the dangerous Clostridium difficile spore. C. diff, which is linked to thousands of deaths each year according to reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) remains one of the industries toughest to control healthcare acquired infections (HAIs). C.diff has proven to be an ongoing challenge that requires an elevated response.

Developed by BioMed Protect, LLC, SSS-Sanotracin RTU features an industry-best three-minute kill claim against C. difficile spores. In addition to killing C. diff, almost twice as fast as any other product, EPA-registered Sanotracin RTU is a highly effective bactericide, virucide, tuberculocide, fungicide, and sporicide. It is also effective against MRSA, VRE, Acinetobacter baumannii, and 50 other pathogens on hard non-porous surfaces.

Many healthcare facilities have been put in a very demanding position. Up until now, the most common solution to disinfecting and cleaning environmental surfaces has been a two-step process that incorporated bleach-based chemistry. It is widely accepted that bleach, not only has an unpleasant odor and damages uniforms and fabric, but it also damages a broad number of surfaces. “The ability to eliminate the need to rinse the bleach film from a surface will go a long way toward reducing the strain that a two-step process places on restricted labor budgets” said Triple S president, Alan Sadler. “One-step SSS-Sanotracin RTU, which requires no rinsing, now gives healthcare staff a safer, easier-to-use and far more effective alternative. This changes everything.”

Triple S and technology partner, BioMed Protect, LLC recommend SSS-Sanotracin RTU Sporicidal Disinfectant Cleaner for use in all health care settings including patient rooms, surgical and obstetrical suites, physical therapy departments, home healthcare services, autopsy facilities, long term care facilities and nursing homes. Available in 32-ounce spray bottles and one-gallon bottles, one-step and one application SSS-Sanotracin RTU contains no alcohol, no bleach, requires no rinsing and leaves no film on surfaces.

As an EPA-registered product, SSS-Sanotracin RTU must be registered in all states prior to sale. The EPA state registration process has been completed in all states except for three states which are still in process. Further information, including Triple S Member-Dealer locations and complete SSS-Sanotracin RTU product literature and efficacy, is available at

About Triple S
Established in 1960, Triple S is a national distribution services and logistics company that provides facility maintenance solutions to the healthcare, education, commercial, retail, industrial and government markets through a network of Member-Dealers and regional distribution centers. For more information please visit

About BioMed Protect, LLC
BioMed Protect, St. Louis, MO, is a life sciences company that researches, develops and produces essential products for the healthcare industry. BioMed Protect has developed a portfolio of products such as, Sanotracin(TM), Sanotracin RTU(TM), Sanogiene(TM). Sanotracin RTU, EPA-registered disinfectant, is intended for use by healthcare personnel on environmental surfaces and medical equipment to help reduce the spread of pathogens that cause Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs). More information can be found at

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