Cleaning and Disinfecting

Lasting Microbial Protection

The Cleaning & Disinfecting Program is based around the Pace ACBD System® and is economical and effective for almost any hard surface. By applying PMRA and CFIA-registered disinfectants and highly effective cleaning products, you can start clean and stay clean with these residual-based disinfecting solutions.

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Avoid Disease With Clean Lines & Surfaces

Developed over several years to deliver superior sanitation and lasting protection against destructive disease and contaminating microbial growth for the horticulture, indoor growing, nursery and specialty agricultural industries.

Health Canada approved, our highly effective concentrated disinfectants and cleaning products offer industrial results. Whether they are applied through irrigation lines or on packing machine surfaces, we have an economical and effective solution for your operation.

Chemprocide is a disinfectant, sanitizer, fungistat, and deodorizer approved for industrial use, hospitals, and food production and processing. It is an economical way to disinfect food contact surfaces, greenhouses, equipment, and coolers. Provides efficacious control against mold and mildew. Approved to kill Human Coronavirus.

KleenGrow is a broad-spectrum hard surface disinfectant with a 2-4 week residual, fungistat, and deodorizer that kills bacteria and controls mildew. Its environmentally friendly formula is highly effective.

Strip-It is a proprietary mixture of acids, wetting agents and surfactants. Together, the formula delivers superior cleaning results with no need for mechanical scrubbing.

Horti-Klor is an alkaline cleaner formulated for deep cleaning of soil and oily plant matter. Created with feedback from the food plant and grower industries, it is safe for use in food production and livestock facilities.

Pace ACBD System® – 3 Easy Steps

Always Clean Before Disinfecting

Our Plant Health Advocates have developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for local and multinational food production companies using HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) standards. Cleaning schedules should comply with regulations and focus on protecting workers and the general public.

Step 1: Scrub the area with appropriate cleaner.

Step 2: Thoroughly rinse the cleaner off with water.

Step 3: Apply a broad spectrum disinfectant at recommended concentrations to kill target microbes.

Download the Standard Operating Procedures and contact a Pace Plant Health Advocate with any procedural questions and for ordering cleaning and disinfecting supplies for your facility.

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The Canadian leader in providing solutions for water treatment and industrial cleaning/disinfecting has received a virucide designation from Health Canada for one of the company’s most popular disinfectants, Chemprocide.


Too Many Products for One Problem

A tomato greenhouse grower processed and shipped product from a single farm and facility. What started as an odor problem lead to the use of as many as 12 different cleaning products from different brands. Operators had little knowledge of how each product performed or reacted to each other.

From Irrigation Lines to Shoes

A sanitation expert discovered biofilm buildup in irrigation lines was causing the odor and could potentially lead to disease. Sanitation of hard surfaces was a concern and procedures for cross-contamination were out of compliance. The expert recommended a full operation solution using a combination of KleenGrow and Strip-It Pro.

Fewer Cleaners, Better Results

Following the Pace ACBD System®, irrigation lines were flushed with Strip-It Pro thus eliminating biofilm and mineral deposits. It was also used for general cleaning of hard surfaces, trays, racks and processing equipment.  KleenGrow was applied last to offer lasting surface and line protection for up to 2-4 weeks.


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