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About Chrisal Probiotic Solutions




Chrisal PIP was originally developed in Europe. Chrisal started 22 years ago developing safe, green solutions for use in the food industry and was one of the first to see the importance of developing microbiological and bio enzymatic products. Inspired by an immune deficient granddaughter, Chrisal’s founder devoted all his resources to the research and development of a breakthrough that would create a safe, healthy and clean hospital-safe type environment in a normal home or work setting – and do so simply and economically. Chrisal now offers a complete range of these revolutionary and environmentally friendly probiotic products that can benefit everyone and in any environment.

It is ironic that hospitals have now transformed from islands of health and safety to facilities where patients try to leave as fast as possible due to the major raise in nosocomial – hospital acquired – infections. It is here as well that simple and economical Chrisal use has proven to vastly lower the risk of infections in a number of hospitals and medical facilities in a range of countries from North America to Europe and other areas of the world.

Chrisal products have been certified as organic by both USA and Canadian based organic certification organizations for use on organic food animals. Furthermore Chrisal has been tested for no oral toxicity or skin irritation by CEBETOX and by FDA licensed laboratories. Chrisal has been certified for use for all food production and processing facilities in Canada including restaurants. Chrisal products are not Genetically Modified Organisms GMO.

Chrisal was awarded its ISO 9002 certificate in 1999, certified by CEBEC and in 2003 achieved the standard ISO 9001:2000. In October of 2010, re-certification was made by SGS under the ISO 9001:2008 standard. In December of 2014, this re-certification was extended until December of 2017.

In 2006 Chrisal became known to the greater public through the introduction of their unique probiotic cleaning products. This patented Probiotics- In-Progress (PIP) cleaning system represents a revolution in sustainable cleaning and hygiene, and has been shown to solve many of the now well understood health problems which are the result of decades of use of chemical cleaners and disinfectants. PIP delivers improved environmental, plant, animal, and human health, in a totally safe and environmentally responsible manner – at a fraction of the cost of these more traditional approaches.

On the strength of the acceptance of the PIP technologies, and the solid reputation of their original products, Chrisal has become a major exporter, currently shipping to over 34 countries around the world. To support the resulting demand, Chrisal is establishing “mirrored” production facilities in the United States and South Africa.In 2007, Chrisal’s growth into the Americas was initiated with the formation of the privately held Chrisal Group, Inc. (AKA Chrisal USA).

Important New Findings:

To sum up the efficacy of the Chrisal Cleaning approach, there was an issuance of a PLOS One research article called “Impact of a Probiotic-Based Cleaning Intervention on the Microbiota Ecosystem of the Hospital Surfaces which concluded:

“Taken together, our results show that probiotic Bacillus strains, best known for their usefulness as food supplements or fungicides, can be also successfully exploited in sanitation procedures, as they counteract the growth of pathogens and, most importantly, they decrease the population harboring drug resistance
genes, which is a global concern and which is ultimately responsible for the onset of the most severe Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI). Moreover, they did not acquire any new drug resistance character during the whole study, and they were not detected in any of the HAIs patients analyzed during the study, suggesting that they can be safely used for sanitation procedures.”


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