Nemesis eH2O Products

Nemesis eH2O is a powerful disinfectant and antiseptic spray for killing 99.9999% of all harmful germs (including viruses) on any surface including sensitive skin.

Nemesis eH2O key features:

  • broad-spectrum anti-viral and antimicrobial spray
  • kills germs on contact (within seconds)
  • employs unique hypochlorous disinfectant
  • easy to apply spray sanitiser
  • use as a biocide on any surface – even sensitive skin
  • no messy creams that can act as hosts for germs
  • non-sting
  • alcohol-free, so doesn’t dry or irritate the skin
  • 100% natural antiseptic
  • eco-friendly – no waste product or harmful chemicals, and bottles are refillable and recyclable

With hypochlorous as its active ingredient, Nemesis eH2O contains no harmful chemicals or alcohol, and is proven as an antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral solution; active against pathogens such as E-coli, Norovirus, MRSA, influenza and C-difficile. See below for efficacy statement on viruses such as Covid-19.

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Nemesis eH2O hypochlorous bio decontamination products are available in the following sizes for use as a:

  • 65ml – hand sanitiser
  • 750ml – hand and surface sanitiser
  • 5L and 20L – replacement/refill sanitiser

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Nemesis eH2O kills viruses, bacteria, endospores and fungi, yet it is safe on human skin and can be applied to almost any surface. The importance of this was highlighted in a research paper which showed Human Coronavirus Survival Times on Surfaces:

Latex Gloves – 8 hours
Disposable Gowns – 2 days
Wood – 4 days
Glass – 4 days
Paper – 4-5 days
Metal – 5 days
PVC – 5 days
Ceramics – 5 days
Teflon – 5 days
Plastic – 9 days

Kampf, G. et al. (2020). Persistence of coronaviruses on inanimate surfaces and their inactivation with biocidal agents. Journal of Hospital Infection, Volume 104, Issue 3, 246 – 251.

All Nemesis eH2O products are tested to rigorous international standards and are fully compliant with European Biocidal Products Regulations (BPR) and British Standards:

Hierarchy of Microbial Resistance to Disinfectants and Sterilants

Micro-organism Aqualution
BS EN tests
Most resistant

(Hardest of micro-organisms to kill)
(eg C. difficile)
BS EN 13704:2002
BS EN 13727:2003
(eg M. tuberculosis)
BS EN 14204:2012
BS EN 14348:2005
Non-Enveloped Viruses
(eg norovirus, polio)
BS EN 14476:2013
(eg Candida albicans)
BS EN 13697:2001
BS EN 1275:1997
(eg MRSA, VRE, Acinetobacter)
BS EN 1040:2005
BS EN 1276:2009
BS EN 13697:2001
BS EN 1656:2009
Most susceptible

(Easiest of micro-organisms to kill)
Enveloped Viruses
(eg HIV, influenza)

(2019-nCoV is an enveloped
virus and falls into this
group, therefore we would expect
disinfectants effective against this group
to also be effective against
Coronavirus, when used as
per directions of use)
BS EN 14476:2013

Adapted from Spaulding, 1957 and Rutala and Weber, 2014

Nemesis eH2O products
antiseptic and disinfectant



5L and 20L