In a publication of the highly respected and authoritative African Cleaning Review, the original active ingredient in Ecozyme 50 Gobbler™, and a few other key raw materials were challenged by an unrelated third party against a leading and well know international brand equivalent. Tests were conducted by an independent testing body who is highly respected and widely regarded to be one of the best testing facilities in South Africa and the African continent.
One of the most important properties of bacterial, probiotic and bio-enzyme products is that they contain a large number of vegetative cells (or spores) enabling them to be effective in a shorter space of time, provide greater economy and allowing more dilute solutions to be used for cleaning. This also known as CFU (Colony Forming Unit) counts. Products with higher counts are likely to work much more quickly and efficiently.
In the tests carried out in the publication these active ingredients in Ecozyme 50 Gobbler™ and other Ecozyme products proved to have a massive amount more spores and with a greater concentration consistency than the other highly respected an leading international brand examined.
The tests in the report, based on between three to nine triplicate counts to ensure accuracy and precision, measured the colony forming units (CFU) in these two brands.
Ecozyme 50 Gobbler™ and other bacterial bio-enzyme products consistently had much higher levels of the desirable Bacillus spores than the other international brand, some CFU counts being higher by billions!
This test also shows that far less active ingredients would be needed to achieve the same spore concentration as the other brand implying a massive cost in use saving to obtain the same counts as the other international brand.