ULV fogging treatment:
Our specialist equipment allows the disinfectant to be passed through the unit, which generates an airborne mist of droplets. These droplets diffuse through the treated area and settle out onto surfaces, meaning that the material used will be active both as a space spray and a surface spray.
The key to successful use of ULV is the production of an optimum size of spray droplet. It must
be small enough to remain airborne without being too small to hit surfaces – research has
shown the optimum droplet size to be around 15 microns. These droplets are small enough to be carried on air currents into small cracks and crevices that are hard to reach using conventional cleaning and spraying, yet still heavy enough to settle out within an hour, so that treated areas can be re-entered with the minimum of delay.
We use a specialist electrostatic sprayer to treat common “touch points” such as doors and door handles. The sprayer is designed to positively charge the disinfectant solution so it sticks to surfaces and wraps the solution around objects to provide a 360 degree coating.
We use a disinfectant product which have demonstrated veridical activity relevant to enveloped viruses
which includes Coronavirus. Coronaviruses are enveloped viruses with a positive-sense single-stranded RNA genome. The products have been tested against Adenovirus and Murine norovirus in
accordance with EN14476, the European standard for demonstrating veridical activity of
a disinfectant, against the enveloped Vaccinia viruses such as Coronavirus.
Pestx Limited will use a sustainable integrated disinfectant treatment to destroy and remove any current bacteria or virus present. However, if the virus is to re-enter post-treatment then this treatment process can’t prevent infections, and a retreatment would be required.
building/s when required. We will also need staff support and implement recommendations regarding Hygiene and Housekeeping etc.