We care about our customers and the planet. We are continually working on development of products that are safer and less toxic than traditionally.


We have various sanitisers available. Our sanitisers are manufactured with both 96.4% and 99.9% ethanol. They are available as both aerosols (100ml, 400ml and 500ml) as well as liquids (5ltr, 25ltr and 1000ltr.)

Hygiene Air ™

A first of its kind. It is used to improve odors as well as a disinfectant. It is Hypochlorous Acid based which is a naturally occurring chemical produced by white blood cells. It is 100% safe for humans, chemical free, non-toxic and all-natural. The product is non-petroleum based and allows for the product to be completed expelled. This product is available as both a spray and fogger in 150ml, 300ml and 650ml.

Oxyburst ™

Oxyburst is a portable recreational oxygen that consist of 95% purified oxygen and comes in a light-weight, portable and easy-to-use canister. Oxyburst is used as a supplement to enhance sports performance and recovery. It is also used as a remedy for hangovers and fatigued individuals. Oxyburst promotes a heightened sense of personal health and well-being.
The product is available in a 3ltr, 9ltr and 12ltr cannister.

Fire Out ™

Fire Out ™ is an ecological fire suppressant that has been formulated using a 100% natural surfactant base that can put out all types of Class A and B fires. It is completely fluorine derivative free and the adhesive nature of the foam generated in this extinguisher makes it possible for it to adhere to vertical surfaces for an extended period.
The product is available in a 585g cannister.

We fully endorse and support the values of economic and social transformation. We are a Level 1 BB-BEE contributor with a track record in sourcing individuals who empower their sectors and industries.


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  • Address – Head Office: Summit Square, 15 School Road, Morningside, Sandton, 2196
  • Address – FACTORY: Unit F3, Tillbury Business Park, 1030 16th Road, Midrand, 1685