OUR LATEST DISINFECTION TECHNOLOGY ENSURING YOUR SAFETY
ULV COLD FOGGING
ULV – (Ultra Low Volume) Cold fogging for coronavirus may play a part in stopping its spread. We use TGA Approved disinfectants that’s proven to kill Sars, Cov2 & Cov19 viruses, we disperse the disinfectant into the room with a ULV fogger. With this method, the disinfectant can make contact with airborne pathogens as well as land on surfaces that may be hard to reach. Coronavirus may spread through droplets in the air and from contaminated surfaces.
Ultraviolet light works by penetrating the cell wall of the bio-contaminate and scrambling the DNA, thus rendering it Sterile. Any surface the light touches it sterilizes. The machines used are designed to kill the worst of bacteria like C-difficile, MRSA, and VRE which are hard to kill and live on surfaces for weeks and months. The technology will kill all viruses and even mold spores.
UVC Lighting is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. UVC refers to ultraviolet light with wavelengths between 200 – 280 nanometers (nm). Light in the UVC wavelength can be used for disinfecting duct work, sterilizing surfaces, destroying harmful micro-organisms in food products and in air.
Not only can we help disinfect your facility with UVC, we can help verify that certain areas of your facility are clean with our Hygiena ATP Monitor hard surface testing. A member of Sideline will swab high-touch areas around your facility to detect the presence of contamination from disease-causing bacteria on surfaces based on the Hygiena Levels of Clean chart.
Thermal fogging is the process by which disinfectant solution is suspended within the air for a period of time in order to disinfect the surfaces of dust particles and inaccessible parts of a building. It is the last, but most important, stage of any complete biosecurity cleaning and disinfection programme, playing a major role in disease prevention and control.