DISINFECTION Service Facts
WHY OUR SERVICE IS DIFFERENT
Disinfecting and Sanitizing
BIOPROTECTUs System - CDC & EPA Approved
Sanitize Systems has BIOPROTECTUs Certified applicators to address viruses, bacteria, microbial growth and other pathogens. Our technicians will sanitize your facility by appropriately applying CDC recommended treatments utilizing EPA approved disinfectants against COVID-19 and most common viruses. We use Electrostatic fogging and spraying method that applies a coating of disinfecting solution to all surfaces. This method is much more effective then simply wiping down surfaces. Be wary of companies claiming deep cleaning. Ask for specifics regarding their methods and procedures along with details of the products that they are using.
To learn more, please contact our service department – Service@sanitizesystems.com
The BIOPROTECTUs Systems
When applied to a surface or incorporated into a material, BIOPPROTECT™ forms a covalent bond with the substrate and creates a microbiostatic antimicrobial coating. The coating forms a nano-bed shield of spikes (self assembling monolayer), each of which carry a positive charge that attracts the negatively charged bacteria. Once attracted, the molecular spikes pierce the cell and rupture its cell membrane, causing that bacterial microorganism to die.
The BioProtect System and How It Works
How Does It Work?
Sanitize System BioProtected Benefits
Our 3 Step "IDP" Deep Cleaning Process
Long Term Protection
Our System uses patented, EPA Registered technologies to modify surfaces, providing such surfaces with disinfection and durable long term protection that kills and inhibits the growth of problematic bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoans, viruses and other microorganisms that can inhabit many of life’s surfaces.
When we apply our solution to a surface or incorporated into the manufacturing process, our solution forms a covalent bond with the surface creating a durable antimicrobial coating. The coating forms a nano-bed shield of spikes (self assembling monolayer), each of which carry a positive charge that attracts the negatively charged bacteria. Once attracted, the molecular spikes pierce the cell and rupture its cell membrane, causing that bacterial microorganism to die on contact. Scientific based disinfecting services.
Fighting SARS-CoV-2, the Novel Coronavirus that causes COVID-19
The following are 3 of the antagonists we need to beat in order to keep our students, clients, families, and community safe from SARS-CoV-2:
Fomites, Droplets, and Aerosolized Particles.
- Fomites: an easy way to think of Fomite transmission is to picture Fomites as strings of virus that attach to surfaces upon contact. Fomite transmission makes certain high touch areas— like kitchen counters, table tops, doorknobs, elevator buttons, gas pumps, etc.— carry a higher risk of viral transfer. Surfaces that are handled by numerous people carry the risk of infecting someone and then being unknowingly passed from person to person. Fomite transmission is manageable by treating these high volume contact surfaces with proven methods to kill germs, pathogens, and viral particles.
- Droplets: there’s a good chance you are already aware of the danger Respiratory Droplets pose when it comes to SARS-CoV-2, because these are the most notable and discussed viral contributors to disease. Respiratory Droplets are the main reason for social distancing, because despite their tiny size— between 5-10 µm— they can travel over larger distances. These viral particles are passed via coughing, sneezing, laughing, singing, talking, etc. Luckily, the amount of distance Respiratory Droplets can travel is limited to about 2 meters from their source— which is why wearing a mask and maintaining 6 feet is effective in viral spread prevention!
- Aerosolized Particles: Aerosolized Particles, also known as Droplet Nuclei,differ from Respiratory Droplets in two notable ways— they’re smaller, less than 5 µm, and they can remain in the air much further than 2 meters from the original expulsion source. Aerosolized Particles are what experts at the WHO are referring to when they speak about the virus being airborne. Where most Respiratory Droplets stop at a certain distance, these go further and last longer. Researchers, when evaluating Aerosolized Particles of the new Coronavirus, saw that they remained infectious for more than 16 hours.
Being aware of the different types of contaminants of the novel Coronavirus is the first step in knowing how to treat the surfaces and environments you encounter!
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