Is Fogging Really Required?
Whilst traditional cleaning is a key part of keeping bacteria and viruses at bay, fogging and spraying is a better solution for destroying airborne pathogens, disinfecting large areas quickly and ensuring more thorough disinfection to areas that may get missed or are out of reach. So is it required? It all depends on how much you want to minimise the risk of virus outbreaks. Fogging is exceptionally thorough, destroying germs, bacteria, and viruses fast and ensuring all previously infected areas are disinfected.
Our infection control fogging service uses a fogging vaporisation treatment that disperses non-toxic, noncorrosive disinfectant into the air killing 99.99% of known viruses, bacteria and fungi including Coronavirus.
If left untreated these can be life threatening, expensive to combat and can lead to the closure of premises.
Our fogging gets to work immediately, and once the treatment is complete, the space is free of any pathogens.
Because of its speed and far reaching capabilities, the treatment causes minimal disruption and is 10 times faster than traditional cleaning methods.