Pathogenic bacteria contribute to many illnesses and infections whether food borne, water borne, or air borne. These include diseases such as E-coli, MRSA, C. Difficile, Campylobacter, Legionella and Salmonella. Unhygienic food preparation, water storage and air conditioning systems can harvest as well as spread these diseases. Bacteria such as MRSA and C.
Difficile are especially troublesome in hospitals, prisons, and nursing homes, where patients with open wounds, and weakened immune systems are at greater risk of infection. Cleaning surfaces is extremely important. Crating an additional protective layer by disinfecting surfaces using a Fogger and Sanosil SO10 is essential to stop the spread of these infections. The WHO recommends fogging with Hydrogen Peroxide to successfully kill Pathogenic Bacteria.
Studies show the application of Disinfectants via Fogging significantly reduces the number of viable infectious pathogens. Foggers produce micro droplets that float in the air for around 10 minutes after application, reaching the most inaccessible parts where conventional cleaning or spraying cannot reach.