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Month: May 2017

- What is Fogging? -

Fogging – what do you think of when you hear that word? You probably think of steam clouding up the kitchen window.

Well, the fogging I am talking about is quite different.

It’s a process through which we can make sure that rooms are free from bacteria, fungi and viruses. We use fogging in a variety of sectors, from healthcare to education, all with the desire to achieve the same outcome: a space safe from germs.

Fogging uses a machine known as the Sentinel Halo Disinfection Unit. It’s a unique machine that delivers an effective treatment to all surfaces when deployed. The Sentinel Halo sprays a dry mist of hydrogen peroxide which kills 99.9999% of bacteria, fungi and viruses, including norovirus, influenza and E. Coli. This ensures that any germs in the room are killed straight away.

We operate this service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are able to work around our clients to minimise disruption of their normal services. We are also able to provide emergency fogging, in the event of an outbreak.

So, there you have it: a whole new meaning to the word ‘fogging’.