About THE TEAM

 

Forward Learning, Inc., has partnered with NeoSan Labs, a prestigious and well-funded team of scientists, chemists, and engineers was assembled with a very specific mission—to develop a nontoxic response to hazardous chemical and biological contamination. It needed to be safe for humans, animals, and plants. It needed to be wide spectrum in application. It needed to be effective to the level of 7-log kill (99.99999%) on biological hazards. They worked the problem for years. And when they were done, they had developed the most comprehensive and effective, nontoxic decontaminant ever created. 

Used globally for many years within the government sector, its ease-of-use, effectiveness, and nontoxicity has earned it a reputation as the “Rolls-Royce” of decontamination. 

For the first time, these active ingredients have been formulated and manufactured for commercial applications. 01 Disinfectant, ideal for sanitizing hospitals and areas with biological concerns. 02 Air Detox counters airborne chemical toxins and VOC’s. 03 Carpet destroys stains and odors at the molecular level, without using brightening agents or fragrances, and leaving no chemical residues behind. 04 Restoration addresses more sever cleanup challenges, such as mold, meth lab, and crime scene cleanups. 

NeoSan Labs products exceed cleaning, disinfection, and decontamination standards, leaving treated areas and surfaces not only cleaner, but less toxic than when they were brand new. They are Registered with the EPAOrder yours today!

 

Licensed Technology Developed by Sandia National Laboratories

CBRNE

DUNS# 116842350
CAGE Code: 8C3W1

Sandia National Labs License #19-11424

NeoSan Labs provides a high-impact, broad-spectrum response to hazardous contamination. Working with scientists from Sandia National Labs, NeoSan Labs engineered the most powerful, nontoxic decontaminating agents ever created

NeoSan Labs manufactures and commercializes under a patent license. Their products are used by a variety of government and commercial organizations.

NeoSan Labs was founded by a prestigious and well-funded team of scientists, chemists, and engineers, assembled with a very specific mission—to develop a nontoxic response to hazardous chemical and biological contamination. It needed to be safe for humans, animals, and plants. It needed to be wide spectrum in application. It needed to be effective to the level of “7-Log Kill” (99.99999%) on Anthrax spores within 15 minutes; the highest benchmark of all biological threats. The team worked the problem for years. When they were done, they had developed the most comprehensive and effective, nontoxic agent ever created to decontaminate at the same time, chemical and biological agents.

Used globally for many years within the government sector, its ease-of-use, effectiveness, and nontoxicity has earned it a reputation as the “Rolls-Royce” of decontamination.

Effectively decontaminates:

– Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA)
– Biological Warfare Agents (BWA)
– Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC)
– Nonconventional Toxic Agents (NTA)
– Radiological and Nuclear particles (clean up)

NeoSan Labs is the only chemical manufacturer in the world offering

DF200 third generation – High Temperature Resistant Foam

DF200 Powder – can be activated with sea or grey water

DF200 Fire Suppressant – fossil and chemical fires – “3 in 1” fire suppressant/decontaminant

NeoSan Labs Test Summary

EFICACY TEST - LAB REPORTS LABORATORYRequirementsSTUDY TITLEOrganismType of OrganismInitial or Control SuspensionLog Reduction Calculation Concentration 0 (initial)Concentration Time 1Log ReductionContact TimeEfficacy ResultsCLAIMComments
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationFungicidal Activity MethodAspergillius nigerMold1.26 x 10^7 CFU/mL (initial)1.26 x 10^7 CFU/mL0 (no growth)
10' and 15'
7,1 log
10' and 15
5' , 10' and 15'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Aspergillius niger as required by the US EPA for fungicidal label claims follow a 10 minutes exposure time.Fungicidal a 10 minute exposureNSL demostrated no growth of this agent in 10 and 15 minute exposure times.
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationHard Surface Mildew-FungistaticAspergillius nigerMoldNo dataNSL demostrated fungistatic activity of two lots against Aspergillius nigerFungistatic activity against this agent following 7 days of incubationNSL demostrated no growth of this agent on any test lies following 7 days of incubation at 25-30C
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationUse- Dilution MethodClostridium difficileBacteria8.6 x 10^4 CFU/carrier (control)8.6 x 10^4 CFU/mL0 (no growth)4.93 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Clostridium difficile and therefore, meets the requirements set forth by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL demostrated no growth of this agent in any of primary subculture tubes and no growth in any of the secundary subculture tubes a 10 minute exposure period in the presence of a 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationUse- Dilution MethodListeria monocytogenesBacteria1.56 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)1.56 x 10^6 CFU/mL0 (no growth)6.19 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Listeria monocytogenes and therefore, meets the requirements set forth by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL demostrated no growth of this agent in any of the primary subculture tubes and no growth in any of thesecundary subculture tubes a 10 minute exposure period
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationVirucidal efficacy of desinfectant for use on inanimate environmental surface utilizing Feline Calicivirus as a surrogate virus of NorovirusFeline Calicivirus (Norovirus)VirusInitial log 10^7 TCDI50/0.1ml
End log ≤ 10^2.5 TCDI50/0.1ml
10^7
10^7 (dried)
10^6.25 (dried)
≤239.794.6 log
4.6 log
3.8 log (test repited)
10'Two batches of NSL met the test criteria specified in protocol. Under these test conditions, the results indicate inactivation of Feline Calicivirus as requiered by the USA EPA for virucidal activityVirucidal activity.NSL demostrated ≥4 log redution a 10 minute contact periode. NSL demostrated complete intactivation of this agent a 10 minute exposure time at room temperature (19.5C)
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationVirucidal efficacy of desinfectant for use on inanimate environmental surface utilizing Feline Calicivirus as a surrogate virus of Norovirus Confirmatory assayFeline Calicivirus (Norovirus)VirusInitial log 10^7.5 TCDI50/0.1ml
End log ≤ 10^2.5 TCDI50/0.1ml
10^7,5
10^6.5 (dried)
10^6.75 (dried)
≤239.795.12 log
4.12 log
4.37 log
10'Two lots of NSL met the test criteria specified in protocol. Under these test conditions, the results indicate inactivation of Feline Calicivirus as requiered by the USA EPA for virucidal activityVirucidal activity.NSL demostrated ≥4 log redution a 10 minute contact periode. NSL demostrated complete intactivation of this agent a 10 minute exposure time at room temperature (19.5C)
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationFungicidal Activity MethodPenicillium variabileMold8.5 x 10^7 CFU/ml (initial)8.5 x 10^7 CFU/m0 (no growth)
5' , 10' and 15'
7,92 log
5' , 10' and 15'
5' , 10' and 15'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Penicillium variabile as required by the US EPA for fungicidal label claims follow the 5 and 10 minute exposure times.Fungicidal a 5 and 10 minute exposure periodNSL demostrated no growth of this agent in 5, 10 and 15 minute exposure times.
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodPseudomonas aeruginosaBacteria6.1 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)6.1 x 10^6 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)6.78 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Straphylococcus aureus and Salmonella choleraesuis as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Aerosol DisinfectantNSL in an aerosol spray product demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following 10 minutes exposure period
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodStraphylococcus aureusBacteria1.00 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)1.00 x 10^6 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)6 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Straphylococcus aureus and Salmonella choleraesuis as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Aerosol DisinfectantNSL in an aerosol spray product demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following 10 minutes exposure period
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodSalmonella choleraesuisBacteria2.6 x 10^4 CFU/carrier (control)2.6 x 10^4 CFU/carrie0 (no growth)4,41 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Straphylococcus aureus and Salmonella choleraesuis as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Aerosol DisinfectantNSL in an aerosol spray product demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following 10 minutes exposure period
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationFungicidal Germicidal Spray MethodStachybotrys chartarumMold1 x 10^4 CFU/carrier (control)1 x 10^4 CFU/carrie0 (no growth)4 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Stachybotrys chartarum and therefore, meets the requirements set forth by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL as a pump spray product, demonstrated no growth of this agent in any of the 10 primary subcultures and no growth in any of the 10 secondary subcultures following a 10 minute exposure period.
ATS LABSSporicidal Activity of DesinfectantsBacillus subtillisSporessilk suture 1.95 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)
porcelain 2.20 x 10^5 CFU/carrier (control)
1.95 x 10^6 (silk suture)
2.20 x 10^5 (porcelain)
0 (no growth) 1 Hr
0 (no growth) 3 Hr
6.29 log Silk suture 1Hr
5.34 log porcelain 3Hr
1 Hr
3 Hr
SporicidalNSL was sporicidal after 1 hour exposure period when tested using silk sutrure carriers.
NSL was sporicidal after 3 hour exposure period when tested using silk suture and porcelain penicylinders carriers.
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationFungicidal Germicidal Spray MethodTrichophyton mentagrophytesMold1.11 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)
9 x 10^5 CFU/carrier (control)
1.11 x 10^6 CFU/carrier
9 x 10^5 CFU/carrier
0 (no growth)6.04 log
5.95 log
10'Two lots of NSL demostrated efficacy against Trichophyton mentagrophytes as requided by US EPA for disinfectant label claimsDisinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodStaphylococcus aeureus MRSABacteria1.20 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)1.20 x 10^6 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)6.07 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Staphylococcus aeureus MRSA, Staphylococcus aeureus VISA, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Enterococcus faecalis Vancomycin Resistant as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodStaphylococcus aeureus VISABacteria2.43 x 10^5 CFU/carrier (control)2.43 x 10^5 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)5.38 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Staphylococcus aeureus MRSA, Staphylococcus aeureus VISA, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Enterococcus faecalis Vancomycin Resistant as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodStaphylococcus epidermidisBacteria4.4 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)4.4 x 10^6 CFU/carrie0 (no growth)6.64 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Staphylococcus aeureus MRSA, Staphylococcus aeureus VISA, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Enterococcus faecalis Vancomycin Resistant as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodEnterococcus faecalis Vancomycin ResistantBacteria2.2 x 10^5 CFU/carrier (control)2.2 x 10^5 CFU/carrie0 (no growth)5.34 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Staphylococcus aeureus MRSA, Staphylococcus aeureus VISA, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Enterococcus faecalis Vancomycin Resistant as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims following 10 minutes exposure period.Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodPseudomonas aeruginosaBacteria1.7 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)1.7 x 10^6 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)6.23 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterobacter aerogenes ,Proteus mirabilis and Klebsrella pneumoniae as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodEnterobacter aerogenesBacteria7.4 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)7.4 x 10^6 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)6.8 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterobacter aerogenes ,Proteus mirabilis and Klebsrella pneumoniae as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodProteus mirabilisBacteria5.4 x 10^4 CFU/carrier (control)5.4 x 10^4 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)4,7 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterobacter aerogenes ,Proteus mirabilis and Klebsrella pneumoniae as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodKlebsrella pneumoniaeBacteria1.53 x 10^6 CFU/carrier (control)1.53 x 10^6 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)6.18 log10'NSL demostrated efficacy of two lots against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterobacter aerogenes ,Proteus mirabilis and Klebsrella pneumoniae as required by US EPA for disinfectant label claims Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodEscherichia Coli 0157-H7Bacteria3.3 x 10^4 CFU/carrier (control)3.3 x 10^4 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)4.51 log10'Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationGermicidal Spray MethodEscherichia Coli (ESBL)Bacteria3.3 x 10^5 CFU/carrier (control)3.3 x 10^5 CFU/carrier0 (no growth)5.51 log10'Disinfectant following 10 minute exposure periodNSL, a trigger spray product, demostrated no growth of this agent in any of subcultures following a 10 minutes exposure period in presence of 5% fetal bovine serum organic soil load
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationVirucidal efficacy of a Desinfectant for Use on Inanimate Environmental SurfacesInfluenza AVirusInitial log 10^5.5 TCDI50/0.1ml
End log ≤ 10^2.5 TCDI50/0.1ml
10^5.5 (dried)≤10^2.5≥3 log10'Two batched of NSLmet the test criteria specified in the study protocol. The results indicate complete inactivation of influenza A virus under these test conditions as required by US EPA for claims of virucidal activityVirucidal activity.NSL demostrated ≥3 log redution a 10 minute contact periode. NSL demostrated complete intactivation of this agent a 10 minute exposure time at room temperature (19.5C)
ATS LABSEPA USA RegistrationVirucidal efficacy of a Desinfectant for Use on Inanimate Environmental SurfacesInfluenza BVirusInitial log 10^6 TCDI50/0.1ml
End log ≤ 10^2.5 TCDI50/0.1ml
10^6 (dried)≤10^2.5≥3.5 log10'Two batched of NSLmet the test criteria specified in the study protocol. The results indicate complete inactivation of influenza B virus under these test conditions as required by US EPA for claims of virucidal activityVirucidal activity.NSL demostrated ≥3.5 log redution a 10 minute contact periode. NSL demostrated complete intactivation of this agent a 10 minute exposure time at room temperature (19.5C)
ATS LABSStandar Test Method of ecaluation of Laundry Additives DesinfectatPseudomonas aeruginosaBacteria5.1 x 10^10 CFU/ml (initial)5.1 x 10^10 CFU/ml (initial)3.7 x 10^5 CFU/ml
(end average)
5.13 log25'Laundry Additive DisinfectantNSL demostrated no growth of this agent in the wash water subculture following a 25 minutes exposure period at 48.9C - 49.2C
Sierra Research Laboratory (SRL)In vitro Efficacy Evaluations of Formulation Against Bed Bugs, Cimex lectulariusCimex lectulariusArthropod
Trilogy LabMycotoxins (Aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, G2 and Deoxynivalenol)MycotoxinsThe formula degraded Aflotoxin B1, B2, G1 and G2 as well as Deoxynivalenol in 15 minutes contact period
Colorado State UnivStachybotrys charatarum spores and Stachybotrys toxins (mycotoxin)Spores and mycotoxinsThe formula kills 99.99999% (>6.89log10) of Stachybotrys chartarum spores.
University of Colorado Health Science CenterTo test the efficacy for treating swimming pool tile contaminated with the green alga, Oocystis, or the black alga, Phormidium Phormidiumgreen algaalgaecidaAfter 3 weeks of treatment, the formula was very efficacious in treating tile squares and preventing regrowth (even in the presence of growth medium) of both algae
University of Colorado Health Science CenterTo test the efficacy for treating swimming pool tile contaminated with the green alga, Oocystis, or the black alga, Phormidium Oocystisblack algaalgaecidaAfter 3 weeks of treatment, the formula was very efficacious in treating tile squares and preventing regrowth (even in the presence of growth medium) of both algae
Log Reduction = log10 (Cn/Co)
Co = initial concentratio at 0 time
Cn = concentration at time T

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