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Your facility can be safer, cleaner and more productive than ever with Quip Labs Facility Hygiene Services. Whether you need safer Animal Drinking Water, better Chemical Management, or full service Pathogen Detection and Decontamination, we've got your back.
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About Our Product Filter Finding a new product or service to address an area need in your facility can be a serious headache. Diving into detailed product listings, scanning efficacy claims, and searching for active ingredients can feel like you’re totally swimming in options. At Quip Labs, we understand that when addressing a specific need, you want answers fast, simply and
UV Disinfection vs. Hydrogen Peroxide: Which is the superior whole-room disinfection?
Whole-room disinfection has never been as prominent or scrutinized as it has been over the past few years. With each new high-profile case of an infectious outbreak, the scientific community intensifies its focus on how to prevent these devastating breeches in biosafety, and more and more it looks like the solution may come down to