Is Aerial Surface Disinfection useful for my business sector ?
Aerial Surface Disinfection is a technique for applying a disinfectant agent using air for diffusion.
The objective is to disinfect surfaces (equipment, walls, floors) by releasing an active substance into the atmosphere. There are two types of procedures : fogging and ultradiffusion.
Fogging consists in spraying a liquid aerosol disinfectant (LCB 130Bair) into the atmosphere and ultradiffusion in producing smoke with the active disinfectant ingredient (FUMISPORE OPP; FUMISPORE HA).
Both of these techniques cause particle sedimentation on the floor (initially in the air), purifying the air and disinfecting surfaces. Fogging, which produces fine “droplets”, is used when added moisture is not a problem and requires the use of a special device.
On the other hand, the ultradiffusion technique is a dry process which produces smoke, ideal for the simultaneous treatment of large volumes and when added moisture is prohibited (bakery-confectionery sector).
A microbiological air sampler (AIR TEST®) is used to verify the effectiveness of disinfection.