Residual Effect of Our Chemical
Our patented chemical is used in the NHS within medical operating theatres to decontaminate. As our chemical contains silver, NHS studies have shown this provides a residual value. The residual value is subject to the amount and type of decontaminant.
What viruses does the chemical kill?
SANO Wellbeing offer commercial grade infection control electrostatic spraying and fogging cart. Designed specifically for use in Offices, Hotels, Caravans, Boats, Hospitals, Care Homes, Factories, Public Transport. The chemical used with the equipment has a kill rate of 99.9999% cable of killing 268 pathogens and bacteria including;
- Influenza (incl. Bird & Swine)
- Hepatitis C and B HBV
- Superbugs – MRSA/Staph
- C.diff (incl. spores)
- VRE. Bacteria – Legionella
Fungi (Moulds & Yeasts)
- Black Mould
This chemical is 100% biodegradable and environmentally friendly. The chemical does not require any mixing or diluting, this reduces the risk of human error any guarantees consistency with every treatment.
A wellbeing risk assessment is carried out on site by our trained staff to create a specific decontamination schedule. The process ensures uniform disinfection of all surfaces including electronic equipment, without corroding or oxidising. The chemical is approved as hospital grade disinfectant and is Civil Aviation Authority approved.
The process creates a dry spray (5 microns for fogger and 40 microns for electrostatic spray, which does not leave any wet residue. Operation noise levels do not exceed 60 dB, minimising disruption to your staff and guests.Your staff will be trained on site. 24 HR /365 Support will be provided, including repairs or replacement within 48 Hrs.Machine rental includes 1 x face fitted respirator, disposable gloves. Outbreak kit with 4 x disposable coveralls gloves, overshoes and hazardous waste disposal bag.
Full List of Pathogens
Acinetobacter Iwoffii – Acinetobacter spec – Adenovirus human type – Adenovirus type 5 – aerobic/ anaerobic germs, fungi – Alternaria (Post Harvest Loss) – Amoebae (Dauerform/Cyste) -Amoebae species – Aspergillus niger – Aujestzky – Aujeszkyvirus – Avian Influenza Virus – Bacillus (Aerob Sporoform) – Bacillus Anthracis – Bacillus cereus (Spores) – Bacillus circulans (incl. spores) – Bacillus Koch/ MycoBacterium – Bacillus licheniformis (Spores) – Bacillus subtilis – Bacterias in Culture Medium (hor sol) – mBotrytis (Post Harvest Loss) – Bovines Enterovirus – Candida albicans – Candida stell – Citrobacter freundii – Clostridium sporogenes – Coliformal germs – Corneybacteria – Coronavirus (Various Types) – Cryptosporidium parvum Oozysten – ECBO Bavines Enterovirus – Enterobacter aerogenes – Enterococcus Faecium (VRE, resistant) – Enterococcus hirae – Enterococcus Hirae (with exposure) – Enterovirus polio – Escherichia coli – Felines Calicivrius/Norovirus (Spray) – Hansenia spor. – Hepatitis B HBV (with exposure) – Hepatitis C – HIV – Influenza A – Influenza A (H5n1, H5, H7, H9) Bird Flu – Klebsiella oxytoca – Klebsiella pneumoniae – Moraxella spp – MRSA (Staphylococcus aureus) – Mucor (Post Harvest Loss) – Mycobacterium phlei – Mycobacterium tuberculosis – Neisseria meningitidis – Newcastle Disease – Norovirus (Feline Calicivirus) (Spray) – Orthopoxvirus vaccinia – Parvovirus Gans – ediococcus – Pediococcus damnosus – Penicillium – Penicillium (Post Harvest Loss) – Penicillium roqueforti – Pichia membranaefaciens – Poliovirus type 1 – Proteus mirabillis – Pseudomonas aeruginosa – Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Biofilm) – Pseudomonas aeruginosa (with exposure) – Pseudomonas fluorescens – Pseudomonas spec – Rhizopus – Saccharomyces carlsbergebsis – Saccharomyces cervisiae – Saccharomyces uvarum – Salmonella enterica – Salmonella spec – Salmonella typhi – Salmonella typhimurium – Staphylococcus – Staphylococcus agalactiae – Staphylococcus aureus – Staphylococcus aureus MRSA – Staphylococcus faecium – Staphylococcus marcescens – Streptococcus – Streptococcus faecalis – Swine Fever Virus – Trichophyton mentagrophytes – Vaccinia virus – Vibrio cholerae – Vibrio parahaemolyticus – Yersinia pestis – Zygosaccharomyces ferm – STAPH – C.diff (incl. spores) – Klebsiella – VRE – Legionella – TB – Salmonella – E.Coli – Listeria – Campylobacter – Norovirus – Influenza (incl. Bird & Swine) – Polio Rhinovirus – Black Mould – Candida – Botrytis – MERS – SARS – Coronavirus – Leptospirosis – Histoplasmosis – Cryptococcosis – Psittacosis – FMD
How does SANO wellbeing infection control fogging and electrostatic spraying kill germs?
It’s all to do with a powerful combination of hydrogen peroxide and silver. When the machine sprays or fogs the dry mist of hydrogen peroxide in the air, it immediately attacks the outer frame of any micro-organisms which cause illnesses within the room.
This weakens the frame, allowing the silver to slip inside and begin the process. When inside the cell, the hydrogen peroxide and silver compromises its structure and damages the cell’s functions. It then puts a stop to regeneration by sticking to the organism’s DNA before finally sticking to the cell’s enzymes to halt the energy source, thereby bringing a rapid demise.
After completing its job, the hydrogen peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen so there is no need to worry about there being any harmful chemicals left behind. When fogging a saturation point of 100PPM (parts per million must be achieved for a minimum period of 10 minutes. This will ensure uniform disinfection on all surfaces throughout the room. Running times will be based on rooms size by calculating the 2m3 size of the room.