The D’viria Nano CD disinfectant and atomiser machine can eliminate up to 99.99% of viruses and bacteria while ensuring safe and effective use, whether at home or in a commercial environment.

DVIRIA Nano Tech Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ho Wah Genting Bhd, has introduced its D’viria Nano CD disinfectant and atomiser machine for commercial premises and domestic household use.

The multi-purpose disinfectant, which includes air and surface disinfection, can eliminate up to 99.99% of viruses and bacteria while ensuring safe and effective use, according to Dviria Nano Tech.

According to the company, the patented disinfectant’s effectiveness has been proven with extensive research and independent lab testing, and supported by reports from the World Health Organisation.

Certified halal, the non-toxic and eco-friendly product is also NSF-certified, meeting strict standards for public health protection. NSF International is a Michigan-based product testing, inspection and certification organisation.

The automatic and adjustable D’viria atomiser air disinfectant machine allows spaces to be contamination-free so that users can stay worry-free when carrying out daily tasks.

“With the recent spike in Covid-19 cases, many people have started to take extra precautionary measures for their homes and offices to improve safety and hygiene levels, ” said Dviria Nano Tech executive director Bernard Lim.

“By introducing the new D’viria Nano CD disinfectant and atomiser machine, we hope to help everyone stay safe and healthy at an affordable price.”

Lim with the new D’viria Nano CD disinfectant and atomiser machine.Lim with the new D’viria Nano CD disinfectant and atomiser machine.

Dviria Nano Tech – the exclusive distributor of D’viria Nano CD disinfectant and atomiser machines in Malaysia and Indonesia – was established as a prompt response to the current global pandemic.

The company aims to offer economical, research-driven healthcare products to the community.

Lim said that the number of daily positive Covid-19 cases has risen from 500 to 600 last October to more than 3,000 lately.

“The number of infections has also increased more than 13-fold from about 11,000 in early October to 145,000.

“Health protection is no longer just about wearing masks; premises need to be thoroughly disinfected, ” he stressed.

In conjunction with the launch, D’viria Nano Tech is offering a zero rental promotion in Malaysia (for details, go to

“This is a zero-rent, easy payment package with zero interest rate instalment plan designed to enable and help people enhance their protection against the virus, ” he said.

Dviria Nano Tech is also actively recruiting dealers. Lim said the pandemic has adversely impacted people’s livelihood, so this zero-upfront business model would be beneficial to those seeking alternative income.

Under this recruitment programme, the first 300 people to sign up will be entitled to a zero-deposit plan to kickstart their own business.

Those who are interested in joining Dviria Nano Tech can register at or call 014-669 2629/ 017-7200190/ 6010-231 2071.

For more details on D’viria products, go to, the D’viria Nano CD Disinfectant YouTube page or call 013-8963665,019-3620788,016-7406670.

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