FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer, Acting Framingham Fire Chief Michael Dutcher, and the City’s Economic Development Director Kevin Shea toured Framingham-based DetraPel, Inc. in downtown Framingham this afternoon, April 9.
The Framingham-based cleantech manufacturer of protective coatings, recently converted its entire manufacturing operation to produce DetraPel® ecoCleaner & disinfectant.
The multi-surface spray is a powerful, hospital-grade, phosphate-free, pH neutral formulation that kills 99.9% of fungi, viruses, and bacteria, including Coronavirus (SARS – CoV-2/COVID-19).
The City leaders met with DetraPel Chief Executive Officer David Zamarin and Chief Operating Officer Tarek Tabbara for a tour of the recently converted facility to learn how the company is helping municipal and state governments keep facilities and equipment disinfected during the COVID-19 pandemic using their multi-surface spray.
SOURCE profiled the the company on April 2.
“Mayor Spicer was gracious to take time to visit our manufacturing operation to learn how we are helping governments, first responders, institutions and the general public disinfect surfaces from COVID-19 so they can go about their daily lives,” said the CEO. “We also want to thank Acting Fire Chief Michael Dutcher and Economic Development Director Kevin Shea for coming to find out how we can help Framingham during this time of constrained resources for communities across Massachusetts and the globe.”
DetraPel® ecoCleaner & Disinfectant is a powerful, hospital-grade, phosphate-free, pH neutral formulation designed to clean, deodorize, disinfect and control the hazard of cross-contamination on non-porous surfaces. It is a multi-surface spray that kills germs and 99.9% of fungi, viruses, and bacteria including Coronavirus (SARS – CoV-2/COVID-19) and can be used on surfaces made of glass, metal, stainless steel, porcelain, ceramic, granite, marble, plastic, sealed limestone, sealed slate, sealed stone, chrome, vinyl and more.