SynexisTM Biodefense Systems provide sustainable,
wide-area reduction of microbial levels
in occupied spaces

Our patented Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) technology uses a building’s ambient humidity and oxygen to continuously achieve sustainable reduction of viruses, bacteria, and mold in the air and on surfaces.

DHP technology is inexpensive, highly scalable, and can be installed standalone or in existing HVAC systems.

Protecting Environments Worldwide

See industry specific data for Synexis Biodefense Systems.

Agriculture – Animal
Agriculture – Crop
Food Services
Venues – Hospitality

Continuous Occupied Microbial Reduction

Synexis Biodefense Systems can be deployed standalone or in existing HVAC systems.

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  • Effective against bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, and new resistant strains
  • Sustainable microbial reduction
  • Effective in out of reach areas
  • Effective against airborne microbes
  • Continuous use diminishes opportunities for cross and recontamination
  • Comfort of occupants
  • No odors, chemicals, or solvents
  • No bright lights
  • Continuous wide area of effect
  • Flexibility and ease of operation
  • Low operating and maintenance costs
  • No requirement to refill solutions
  • No labor commitment

Comfort + Efficacy

Wide area of effect with H2O2 concentrations thousands of times less than our own respiratory system, and millions to billions of times less than aqueous H2O2.

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Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) is  generally effective against any organism that is susceptible to other forms of Hydrogen Peroxide.  Although the Synexis Biodefense System has been effective against every species of dry microbe on which it has been tested, Synexis LLC makes no claim of total disinfection or decontamination of all forms of bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, and new resistant strains. Synexis LLC is continuously testing our systems against a wide spectrum of microbial threats. Please view our data sheets in the Resources section for current test results of the Synexis Biodefense Systems.  Exclusion of an organism from our test data does not imply inefficacy.  As we continue microbial testing, new results will be posted. If your organization is interested in performing tests against a specific microbe or environmental condition, please contact us.