Applying chemical disinfectants to production areas as fogs or mists is a method used routinely in the food industry and many other areas, like hospitals, clean rooms, public sector. The purpose is to create and disperse a disinfectant aerosol to reduce the numbers of germs and also to apply disinfectant to surfaces that may be difficult to reach. Fogging is achieved using either a static, built-in system in a factory area with nozzles or a mobile unit.
A built-in system is ussually used in production areas. While mobile units usually are used in smaller areas. Under typical conditions, fogging is carried out for a minimum of 15–30min to enable the fog to disperse and the chemical action to occur. After fogging, an additional period of 45–60min is required to allow the droplets to settle out of the air and onto the surfaces.
We offer 4 products with different base , to make chemical fogging more effective.
- BS Quatril (quartery ammonium compounds base). Spray-fogging of hospital rooms with a quarternary ammonium disinfectant is effective means of reducing the number of surface bacteria. Is a very good product, used for fogging through the inside of trains and buses, to help keep passengers and staff safe.
- BS Quatril Duo (Glutaraldehyde and quartery ammonium compounds base). BS Qautril Duo is very effective, strong product. Glutaraldehyde is used in libestock farming and a variety of agricultural settings for sanitisation and disinfection purposes.
- BS Peroksi 35 (hydrogen peroxide base). Hydrogen peroxide is in pharmaceuticals, food production and healthcare. It destroys a broad spectrum of microorganisms and bacteria.
- BS Sterilforte (PPA based). The product is used for veterinary hygiene. Peracetic acid contributes most to the biocidal efficacy of the application solutions as it has a significantly higher biocidal activity than any other disinfectants.
All our products must be dilluted before use. We will provide all technical documentation and support.