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Topic Information Award/Contract Number Proposal Information Company Performance
Period
Award/Contract
Value
Abstract

H-SB014.2-001
Decontamination Technologies for Biological Agents

HSHQDC-14-C-00052 HSHQDC-14-R-00035-H-SB014.2-001-0013-I
(HSHQDC-14-R-00035 Phase I)
Rapid Low-Cost Biological Warefare Decontamination

Lynntech, Inc.
2501 Earl Rudder Freeway South
College Station, TX 77845-6023

09/01/2014
to
02/28/2015
$99,999.99

Lynntech, Inc. proposes the use of a novel oxidant as a powdered concentrate, that when dissolved in water, yields a potent sporicidal solution capable of reducing spores by greater than 6-logs on a variety of surfaces. The sporicidal formulation will be tested on concrete, wood, galvanized metal, glass, plastic and painted wallboard to determine if the formulation will reduce spores but not harm the contacted surfaces. The formulation will include gelling agents to increase the formulation viscosity to better adherence to walls and ceilings for longer contact times. The formulation will also contain additives to increase efficacy of spore coat penetration and long term shelf life. Potential markets include first responders, military, medical and biomedical industry, and agriculture and industrial sectors for clean up and first response remediation. Alternative end user interest might include clandestine drug synthesis laboratory clean-up companies.

H-SB014.2-001
Decontamination Technologies for Biological Agents

D15PC00111 HSHQDC-14-R-00035-H-SB014.2-001-0013-II
(HSHQDC-14-R-00035 Phase II)
Rapid Low-Cost Biological Warefare Decontamination

Lynntech, Inc.
2501 Earl Rudder Freeway South
College Station, TX 77845-6023

08/04/2015
to
08/18/2017
$759,999.83

Lynntech, Inc. proposes the use of a novel oxidant as a powdered concentrate, that when dissolved in water, yields a potent sporicidal solution capable of reducing spores by greater than 6-logs on a variety of surfaces. The sporicidal formulation will be tested on concrete, wood, galvanized metal, glass, plastic and painted wallboard to determine if the formulation will reduce spores but not harm the contacted surfaces. The formulation will include gelling agents to increase the formulation viscosity to better adherence to walls and ceilings for longer contact times. The formulation will also contain additives to increase efficacy of spore coat penetration and long term shelf life. Potential markets include first responders, military, medical and biomedical industry, and agriculture and industrial sectors for clean up and first response remediation. Alternative end user interest might include clandestine drug synthesis laboratory clean-up companies.