A consistent, continuous home field advantage against microbes.
Introducing safer sports & recreation with the Synexis BioDefense System.
Cleats piercing turf. The heat of the stage lights. The crack of a bat. The applause after a performance. Whether it’s sports, recreation, or live theatre, all forms of entertainment are indispensable parts of our lives. But sweaty equipment, smelly dressing rooms, and shared clubhouses let viruses and bacteria run the show. That’s why Synexis is the player you need.
As the sole developer of DHP™ (Dry Hydrogen Peroxide), Synexis and our leading BioDefense system has the power to reduce the presence of pathogens both in the air and on surfaces without anyone needing to leave the room. With proven results against the spread of viruses and bacteria like MRSA, and mold like A. niger (which causes black mold), Synexis makes a real, noticeable difference.1,2
Our impressive DHP™ technology.
Synexis is the sole developer of the process by which naturally occurring oxygen and humidity are taken from the air to create Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2), otherwise known as DHP™.
In the air and on surfaces: Where DHP™ flows.
The LA Dodgers’ competitive edge against microbes.
“Going into 2020, we look like geniuses that we already had this installed,” says Neil Rampe, the Head Athletic Trainer for the Dodgers.
Rampe worked to make sure Dodger Stadium was outfitted with microbe-fighting technology for his players. But he didn’t stop there—playing 81 away games in a normal year, Rampe and his team don’t leave LA without units of the adaptable Synexis Sphere in tow. Read about what convinced the Dodgers to choose our DHP™ technology below.
“Synexis is our security blanket. They’ve given us the opportunity to take this show on the road.”
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References: 1. Data on File. SYN-0006. 2. Data on File. SYN-0010. 3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2019, October 30). CDC – NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards – hydrogen peroxide. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved November 11, 2021, from https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npg/npgd0335.html.