For Offices & Community Facilities
9 Tips for cleaning & disinfecting from the CDC - Source: news12 - 5/15/20
#5. USE THE APPROPRIATE CLEANING OR DISINFECTANT PRODUCT.
Use an EPA-approved disinfectant against COVID-19, and read the label to make sure it meets your needs.
We use a Hospital Grade disinfectant with a Health Rating of 0 that is listed on the EPA List N as an approved disinfectant to combat COVID-19. Disinfectants are applied using the exact manufacturers specifications to provide the maximum effectiveness of the product.
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Be Pro-Active and protect your staff, building occupants and customers from the spread of Bacteria and viruses.
Having your facility professionally disinfected will insure a safer and healthier work place.
Sanitizing regularly will significantly reduce the probability of employees catching a cold or flu by up to 80%.
Electrostatic disinfection services should be part of your plan for infection prevention and can be utilized for any social gathering location.
Airports & Public Transportation
Nursing Home & Assisted Living Facilities Sanitizing
Recreation Centers & Gyms
Medical & Dental Offices
Houses of Worship
Catering Facilities & Restaurants
Banks & Financial Institutions
Hotels & Motels
There are several reasons electrostatic disinfection methods are a better application method over standard pump sprayers that have been traditionally used.
First, foggers are faster than standard pump sprayers. A trained technician can disinfect approximately 5,000 square feet in 1hr.
Second, the fogging system actually reduces the particles to a much smaller size which helps provide better coverage and more even distribution of the chemical disinfectant.
Lastly, since the particle size is smaller, there may be less of an impact on materials which are sensitive to moisture such as paper or fabric.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, business owners and commercial building managers face health and safety concerns for their employees, tenants and visitors.
Using EPA Registered and hospital grade disinfecting solutions will sanitize surface areas where affected individuals may have come in contact. All personnel will be wearing appropriate level of personal protective equipment (PPE) consistent with the disinfectant’s instructions.