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Point of Contact: Eric Rochford
Gurtnafleur Business Park
Tel: +353 5261 54244
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Dentaqua is passionate about protecting people from microbiological infection. We develop and manufacture the world’s most advanced devices for the in-situ production of hypochlorous acid plus short-lived reactive oxygen species. Dentaqua’s unique disinfectant is highly effective at very low concentrations and contact times, yet is a non-toxic and eco-friendly solution. With the only precursors being water and a proprietary salt additive, at the touch of a button, our technology produces all of your general disinfectant, environmental decontamination and water-related disinfection needs.
IE: +353 52 6154244
315 Montgomery Street,
San Francisco, 94104