Most disinfectants contain toxic chemicals that need to be rinsed from surfaces after application, allowing for re-contamination and limiting contact time.
Fogging, or Vapour Phase Aquaza Hydrogen peroxide is the prefect solution as it has zero chemical residue and does not require rinsing.
Aquaza H2O2 is colourless and odourless and decomposes into water and oxygen.
Aquaza H2O2 does not contain hypochlorite (bleach), chlorine, quaternary ammonium compounds, sodium hydroxide, phenols, aldehydes or heavy metals is non-mutangenic (pathogens can not build up resistance to it over time)
What is Fogging?
Fogging is the application of Vapour Phase (10-30 micron) Aquaza Hydrogen peroxide for disinfection of surfaces, rooms and hard to reach places.
fog and not spray?
When any water based solution is sprayed on a surface it invariably beads into droplets and runs. This results in the surface under the bead having extended contact time and the rest of the surface none.
Fogging settles in an even layer on all surfaces, horizontal, vertical and upside down, it penetrates cracks and seams that droplets are too large to penetrate, resulting in complete and uniform disinfection.
- Fogging is by far the most economical method of surface disinfection - the ratio of product applied to surface covered is excellent.
- Fogging does not cause damage to electrical equipment as there is no beading, even on vertical glass surfaces.
- Fogging ensures even distribution of disinfectant and equal contact time across all surfaces.
- Fogging reaches into, under and over obstacles that regular spray applications cannot, ensuring complete and deep disinfection.
- Unenclosed areas can be re-entered immediately after fogging and enclosed areas within 30 mins as Aquaza releases only oxygen into the atmosphere - zero toxic residue.