TODAY’S PATENT – PROPORTIONER-READY BIOENZYMATIC CONCENTRATED CLEANING PRODUCT
The Proportioner-ready bioenzymatic concentrated cleaning product was invented by Donald A. Cooper, Jonathan A. Long on 12th September 2017, bearing patent number US9756862B2.
This present invention is a concentrated bioenzymatic cleaning product is provided which maintains a homogenous composition under static conditions and does not require shaking or mixing prior to dilution. The concentrated bioenzymatic cleaning product includes bacillus spores, a suspending and/or rheology modifying agent, an odor control agent, a pH adjuster, and water. The types and amounts of ingredients are selected to maintain the bacillus spores in suspension under static conditions, enabling the concentrated bioenzymatic cleaning product to be diluted using a proportioner system.
The bacillus spores are non-pathogenic spore-forming microorganisms that are capable of reacting with and removing various kinds of stains from carpets, fabrics, countertops, ceramic and metallic sinks and drains, and other surfaces and materials that become stained or soiled during use. Suitable bacillus spores are those that can produce extracellular enzymes that may include protease enzymes, urease enzymes, amylase enzymes, lypase enzymes, cellulase enzymes, and combinations thereof. The bacillus spores may constitute about 5-55% by weight, suitably about 10-35% by weight, of the bioenzymatic, concentrated cleaning product.