In today’s COVID aware world, your customers and employees want to know that your office, restaurant or school is utilizing sanitizing services to disinfect your workplace. This is where we can help.
We perform a two-step sanitization spraying and anti-microbial coating that lasts up to 90 days.
Step one involves a cleaning process we call Sanitization Spray Fogging (SSF). SSF is a process where cleaning and sanitizing chemicals are applied via an atomizing fogger over and on interior surfaces. This process is incredibly efficient as the fogging/mist covers areas quickly and more thoroughly than traditional wiping methods of cleaning. This process is incredibly effective as the chemicals are evenly distributed over large areas and spots that are typically missed by hand cleaning are instead covered. This process is also incredibly safe as the chemicals we spray leave no significant lasting residues or effects after appropriate drying times.
We utilize chemical registered with the EPA that appears on EPA list: N EPA’s Registered Antimicrobial Products for Use Against Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the Cause of COVID-19.
Step Two: 90 Day Protection
The second, and most important step is an anti-microbial coating that lasts up to 90 days. Evidence-based studies have demonstrated this solution creates an
invisible coating on a surface, that self-protects for up to 90 days, to fight the growth of surface harming bacteria, mold, algae, and mildew that cause unpleasant odors, staining, and surface deterioration. The technology provides a solution that is colorless, odorless, “green”, and approved for incidental food contact.
How the Anti-Microbial Coating Works
In a very basic sense, the anti-microbial coating is applied utilizing an atomizing fogger and/or an electrostatic sprayer. The coating will cover all surfaces that are fogged. On a molecular level, a silane atom will form a covalent bond to any surface it encounters. This bond creates an incredibly strong attachment point. There is a nitrogen atom within the molecular structure that has a positive charge. This positive charge draws microbes (typically negatively charged) to the tip of a molecular carbon chain. Once a microbe contacts the tip of the carbon chain, it’s cell wall is pierced, and the microbe is destroyed.
Business that benefit from Sanitization Services:
- Corporate Offices
- Healthcare Facilities
- Day Care Facilities
- Government Buildings