Klean-Pak Mass Disinfection System

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The KLEAN/pak mass disinfection system is a tank and nozzle setup you can attach to a regular garden hose and use for disinfecting large areas. A calibrated operation valve allows you to adjust the ratio of disinfectant, stored in the tank, to the ratio needed for that particular disinfectant. Disinfectants that can be used are those on the EPA's list of dilutable liquid disinfectants made for use against Sars-CoV-2. Sars-CoV-2 is the virus that causes the sickness known now as COVID-19. The tank can hold up to five gallons. A fan nozzle effectively sprays large droplets of disinfectant, mixed at the proper ratio with water. This can be used for disinfecting outdoor seating areas, playgrounds, shopping carts, dumpsters, or just about any commercial or outdoor equipment you can think of.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Klean-Pak Mass Disinfection System is $649.00 plus $9.99 shipping for a total price of $658.99.

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  • Fan Nozzle

    The KLEAN / pak comes with a fan nozzle you screw onto the end of an ordinary garden hose. This fan nozzle creates a wide area spray of diluted disinfectant that can easily be applied to outdoor equipment and furniture.

  • Tank/Bucket

    The five-gallon bucket with handle also comes with a screw cap to close the bucket off once filled with a disinfectant from the EPA's List N.

  • Calibrate Liquid Disinfectant

    Probably the most important part of this system, the metering valve on the tube head that attaches to the tank and fill cap is adjustable. This is very important because you want to dilute your choice of disinfectant to the proper level for both safety and sanitizing. The level is set separately for each disinfectant on the EPA's list N, from which you can choose an effective disinfectant.

Positive Points

  • Cleans a Lot, Fast

    The KLEAN / pak can clean between 10, 000 and 300, 000 square feet between refills. This gets disinfecting done fast so that your business can reopen.

  • Large Liquid Droplets

    The spray created by the fan nozzle is not a mist spray. Droplets are bigger than those created by a spray bottle and are heavy enough to land on walls, gear, or outdoor accouterments and stay. It is not an aerosol dispenser. These liquid droplets of mixed disinfectant and water will not blow away in the wind, wasting your effort.

  • Use Ordinary Equipment

    The KLEAN / pak uses two regular size garden hoses and regular tap water. Most commercial businesses will have a couple of hoses or be able to buy them, and the water to be used does not have to be purified.

  • Reopen Soon!

    This product is targeted to commercial business owners who are currently re-opening in all 50 states. Each state is slowly re-opening businesses after many were totally shut down to prevent accidental transmission of the Sars-CoV-2 virus. Of course, businesses and you, as the business owner, want to open safely and not to have anybody get sick. Thus, most businesses will want to mass sanitize at least part of their property before allowing the public back in. The quick spray action of the KLEAN / pak can help.

Negative Points

  • Hose Size Unclear

    Both the FAQs and the front-facing webpage for the product mention the use of an "ordinary" or "standard" garden hose. Unfortunately, the FAQs state you need to attach two 50-inch or 15-meter standard garden hoses. The webpage says to attach 5 / 8 or 16mm width garden hoses. It is not clear why a certain length is needed, and why length is mentioned in one answer and width in another.

    There is a concern that "15m" could be a typo and they meant to say "15mm" which is close to 16mm. In that case, which one would you use?

  • Simple but Expensive

    This item is above five hundred dollars and the only thing that could possibly justify that price is the dilution metering valve and the technology in the spray nozzle. Yet, it's not convincing. It's really a plastic bucket with a special kind of handle. The manufacturer could be trying to capitalize greatly on the current moment with stores, restaurants, and workplaces reopening.

    It is probably worth looking around to compare prices if you are considering buying this, and seeing if other spray nozzles for non-sanitizing purposes are close to the price. For example, find out how much a fan spray for watering plants costs.


  • No Alcohol-based Disinfectant

    Do not use with alcohol-based disinfectants. The manufacturer does not give a reason for this, but note that alcohol-based disinfectant kills bacteria, but not bacterial spores. Thus, it may simply be that it is not strong enough to sanitize against the Sars-CoV-2 virus. Alcohol can also corrode some equipment and is dangerous in high heat areas.

  • Do Not Spray at People

    Don't spray this on living beings, including people or animals. This kind of goes without saying, but the manufacturer explicitly warns against it.

  • No Electric Equipment

    Do not spray this on electric or electronic equipment. Water and electricity don't mix. Even if it's a box that simply contains an electrical item such as a switch, avoid it. Any spraying of water, with or without liquid sanitizer in it, on anything electric, could result in electric shock and death.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Unscrew Fill Lid

    The disinfectant-containing tank has a fill lid that needs to be unscrewed to fill the tank.

  2. Fill 5 Gallon Bucket

    Fill the tank to the bottom of the fill lid. If you fill beyond this, the disinfectant may seep out under the lid, so don't be too overenthusiastic about adding your disinfectant.

  3. Insert Pickup Tube

    A pickup tube must be inserted into the tank to pick up the disinfectant that will be mixed with water.

  4. Attach Disinfectant Valve

    Screw on your fill lid once again, and attach the all-important disinfectant metering head. Set the dial to the required concentration of the disinfectant you have chosen, for the required dilution for safety yet sanitizing. This concentration can be found on the manufacturer's datasheet for the product.

    Note: also the EPA's List N that lists acceptable disinfectants mentions the protocols to be followed to disinfect with each one. For example, follow protocol for rhinovirus, feline calicivirus, or human coronavirus, depending on whether the product is made from hydrogen peroxide, quaternary ammonium, or ammonium carbonate.

  5. Attach Garden Hoses

    The manufacturer's instructions on its website are slightly unclear here. It appears from the image that one regular garden hose is attached from the water source to a black tube connected to the calibration valve for the disinfectant. Another hose appears to be coming off of that tube, attached to the handheld device that contains the fan nozzle. Two hoses are mentioned in the Frequently Asked Questions, but only one hose is discussed in the instructions with pictures on the manufacturer's webpage about the product.

  6. Add Fan Nozzle

    Finally, the fan nozzle and handle or "wand" get screwed onto the end of what appears to be the second garden hose. This is the all-important part of the KLEAN / pak that sprays the dilute disinfectant in a wide and quick spray to the area you wish to sanitize.

Does It Really Work?

You will need to choose a proper disinfectant from the EPA's List N and use that disinfectant in a prescribed way. However, if you do this, these chemicals are well-documented to function to sanitize at the level of dilution prescribed. Only if the adjustable valve or fan sprayer malfunctioned would it not work, and that would be a matter for the warranty.

Save Money

Task Force Tips, the manufacturer, states that this particular set with tank and sprayer is affordable, because "other kits cost several thousand dollars. " A quick internet search does not demonstrate this. Research this on your own as suggested above.

Save Time

The large amount of surface area the KLEAN / pak Mass Disinfection System can cover does seem to be a high point. This area can get covered with dilute disinfectant far more quickly than if someone used wipes or spray bottles. Certain large commercial facilities couldn't possibly disinfect with wipes or spray bottles, but if this works the way it says it does it can cover a lot of ground.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Klean-Pak Mass Disinfection System online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Klean-Pak Mass Disinfection System online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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