Going on COVID-19 offense, we are proud to announce the completion of disinfectant cleaning on 200+ locations in metropolitan NYC. Banks, Retails, Offices.
We employ a nano molecular cleaning process to combat the current outbreak of coronavirus.
We will use scrub pads on all hard surfaces and computer equipment, paying particular attention to those areas most frequently touched like keyboards, mice, pin pads, etc.
Once all desks and non-porous surfaces – excluding windows- are wiped, we employ fogging machines to disperse chemicals proven to kill coronavirus. Coronavirus is described as an envelope organism, essentially there is no outer shell with the inner body causing infection. Fogging and allowing the fog time to settle (approx. 1 hour) and then evaporate as your HVAC systems reestablishes the normal relative humidity, the process will break down the exterior shell, kill the virus, and establish a prophylactic coating.
The chemical used as a feedstock to the foggers and atomizers are compliant with the February study by the “Journal of Hospital Infection, which found that coronaviruses could be ‘efficiently inactivated’ with disinfectants that contain 62-7% ethanol, 0.5% hydrogen peroxide, or 0.1% sodium hypochlorite within 1 minute,” adding that other agents that contain “0.05%-0.2% benzalknonium chloride or 0.02% chlorhexidine digluconate are less effective.
We clean to the protocol set forth in Journal of Hospital Infection using EPA List N approved disinfectant:
CloroxPro™ Clorox® Germicidal Bleach (EPA 67619-32)
Lysol Brand Deodorizing Disinfectant Cleaner (EPA 777-82)
The Journal of Hospital Infection study referenced above can be read here in full – https://www.journalofhospitalinfection.com/article/S0195-6701(20)30046-3/pdf
This is industry standard from environmental cleaning to surgical suite standards. An illustration of the type and methodology of the fogging process is can be view in the video below, or by visiting this link – https://www.appliedphysicsusa.com/df2s-minncare-dry-fog/