Approved to kill SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) in 15 seconds.
Fighting Pandemics For Almost 20 Years.
MicroSafe® products have been in use around the world and within Australia throughout all the major outbreaks – and everything in between.
Pandemics & Epidemics We’ve Aided
Countries We’re Present In
Industries Using Our Products
Our Nanocyn® Disinfectant & Sanitiser is just one of the groundbreaking products by the MicroSafe® Group.
Nanocyn® is the identical sister product to the world-renowned MicroSafe® Disinfectant & Sanitiser.
Revolutionising the way cleaning professionals operate.
Nanocyn® products have been shown to significantly reduce the time it takes to clean and disinfect a variety of spaces, and therefore to cut associated labour costs – without compromising on the results.
- User-friendly application – little to no training required
- Ready-made – no need for dilution or special preparation / handling
- Non-toxic – no need to vacate the premises
No wait times = no operational disruption
What’s New at MicroSafe®
100% natural disinfectant approved to kill SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) in 30 seconds.
In a landmark announcement for the MicroSafe Group, the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved the first all-natural disinfectant of its kind in Australia that kills and eliminates the Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) in just 30 seconds contact time.
First TGA-Registered, Hospital-Grade Disinfectant & Sanitiser of its kind receives GECA Certification.
In a landmark announcement for the MicroSafe Group, Good Environmental Choice Australia Ecolabel (GECA) has awarded the GECA Certification for its groundbreaking Nanocyn® Disinfectant & Sanitiser.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) (RFDS) is ensuring patient and staff safety during the pandemic through use of a newly sourced aircraft decontaminant.
While the Service is well equipped to transfer infectious patients, COVID-19 presented an unprecedented challenge – the sourcing of a chemical agent which was strong enough to kill the coronavirus, but not harmful to passengers or the aircraft’s avionics.