KeyLate Solutions LLC (KLS) is a specialty chemical formulator and manufacture. With 20 years experience with liquid stream treatment protocols, KLS is dedicated to developing technologies that advance the chelation (ionic bonding) of oxygen radicals in solution for the disinfection of viruses, bacteria, molds and parasites, and oxidation breakdown of water contaminants. KLS products are NSF approved for water and wastewater treatment. EPA registration for agriculture and food process applications is pending.
Having advanced the technology of oxidation, KLS products replace conventional applications of sodium hypochlorite (bleach), chlorine dioxide, chloramines, peroxides ….etc, with the benefits of reduced cost, improved performance, safe handling, reduction of liability risks and reduction of secondary maintenance expenses associated with conventional chemical utility.
The driving force behind KLS is the culmination of experience with chemistry research and development, pilot protocol design, custom design of manufacture processes, writing technical and marketing literature, inventory management, marketing research and CRM.
To provide versatile applications in water treatment to customers with needs in surface decontamination, water purity, and fumigation.
Because the need for microbe control and toxin degradation is varied among agriculture, commercial and industrial applications, KLS endeavor to develop relationships with service companies that have credibility and an expertise within a specific market.
The business model of KLS is to develop relationships with companies that address disinfection/oxidation needs of their clientele and license them to manufacture KLS products to satisfy the needs of their clientele.
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