AATB: American Association of Tissue Banks

AALAS: American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

ABSA: American Biological Safety Association

Aeration Time: Period in which H2O2 is actively removed from the treated room

AJIC: American Journal for Infection Control

Application Time: Time it takes to physically apply BIT Solution

APIC: Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology

BI: Biological Indicator, a validation method

BIT: Binary Ionization Technology

BIT Solution: 7.8% H2O2 sole ingredient mixture

CalOSHA: The Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) in Califorina

CI: Chemical Indicator

CGTP: Current Good Tissue Practice

Contact Time: Time necessary for converted BIT Solution to react and achieve maximum efficacy

Decontamination: A process that includes a level of sterilization with a 6-log or higher kill

Disinfection: A process that does not include decontamination or sterilization and achieves a 4/5-log kill

DI Water: Deionized Water

Dose: Amount of BIT Solution delivered during application

EPA: Environmental Protection Agency

GMP: Good Manufacturing Practice

FDA: U.S. Food and Drug Administration

GLP: Good Laboratory Practice

H2O2: Hydrogen peroxide

HCP: HealthCare Professionals

ICHE: Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology

iHP: Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide

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NIOSH: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health

OH: The hydroxyl radical is one of the main chemical species that has the capacity to clean and is known as the earth's detergent. BIT a DARPA inspired technology creates a similar hydroxyl radical as seen in atmospheric chemistry.

OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration

PAPR: Powered Air Purifying Respirator

PEL: Permissible Exposure Limit

PPE: Personal Protective Equipment

ppm: Parts per million

PSP: Primary Service Provider, a TSN member

ROS: Reactive Oxygen Species are formed as a natural byproduct in atmospheric chemistry. The Hydroxyl Radical is a ROS.

Recipe: Customized blend of injection, contact and aeration time to meet a facility's unique needs

Sanitation: Process that includes a level of clean with a 3-log kill

Scrub: Period in which H2O2 is actively removed from the treated room

SP: Service Provider, a TSN member

STEL: Short Term Exposure Limit

Sterilization: A decontamination process that kills, deactivates, or eliminates all biological agents

SteraMist Surface Unit: A portable hand-held, point & spray misting disinfecting unit

SteraMist Environment System: A complete room fogging decontamination system

SteraMist BIT: SteraMist powered by Binary Ionization Technology (BIT)

TOMI: TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc.

TSN: TOMI Service Network, a network of professionals who are exclusively licensed and trained to use SteraMist products

TSN Provider: A TSN member, either a primary or secondary provider

TOMZ: The TOMI Stock Symbol on the OTCQX