Keep the spaces contamination-free

D’viriaNano CD disinfectant solution and D’viria atomiser air disinfectant machine to keep the spaces contamination-free.

DVIRIA Nano Tech Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ho Wah Genting Bhd,officially launched its D’viria Nano chlorine dioxide (CD) disinfectant solution touted to be the first surface disinfectant in Malaysia to be approved by the Health Ministry.

In line with the certified usage, the brand shared that the disinfectant is effective within 60 seconds on surfaces.

It also kickstarted its corporate social responsibility programme in conjunction with the launch by pledging to equip Malaysia’s mega vaccination centres (PPV) and government offices with D’viriaNano CD disinfectant solution and D’viria atomiser air disinfectant machine to keep the spaces contamination-free.

“This is an initiative to ensure our frontliners, volunteers, and civil servants can stay worry-free as they push for the nationwide inoculation and ensure that civil services continue undisrupted,” Dviria Nano Tech said in a statement.

The disinfectant solution would be distributed for commercial and domestic use. It is said to include surface disinfection and air sanitation, which helps to eliminate up to 99.99% of viruses and bacteria.

Dviria is confident that the product leaves no residual, is eco-friendly and would not be destructive to surfaces. Plus, consumers would not need to wipe off the product after applying as it is non-toxic and safe to use without the need to wipe it off from the surfaces subsequently.

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

Meanwhile, the automatic and adjustable D’viria atomiser air disinfectant machine ensures that the surfaces in a confined area have been disinfected, allowing users to stay worry-free when carrying out daily tasks, especially in the office premises.

It said the approval by the Health Ministry’s National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency represents a significant milestone for the company in the Malaysian market and indicates that the company has met all the standards and safety measures set.

“This approval is key in the rollout of D’viria Nano CD patented disinfectant solution, and it will help Malaysia to gradually reopen its economy” said HWGB executive director Bernard Lim Wee Kiat.

Lim said it is vital that businesses select the right sanitising product to keep employees and customers safe as we move towards reopening our economy as this will boost consumer and employees’confidence.

“Employees who feel safe will be more productive, while customers will have more confidence to be in a safe environment.

“Reports suggest that the Covid-19 virus can persist on surfaces from minutes to hours, increasing the opportunity for it to transfer from hand to body and therefore increase the risk of infection.

“With D’viria Nano CD patented disinfectant solution, the surfaces will be sanitised frequently, which reduces the risk of infection in a confined space.

“Hence, we are confident that our disinfectant will be the solution that both businesses and the community are looking for as we gradually reopen our economy,” he said.

For more information on D’viria Nano CD disinfectant, visit

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