Pathogenic microbes such as virus, fungi and pathogenic bacteria are the main cause of airborne or direct contact diseases affecting humans.
Influenza Viral infections make up around one third of cases of food poisoning in developed countries.
Examples of these viruses include the Norovirus and Rotovirus. Other common viral infections include cold viruses and Seasonal influenza (the flu). An increasing concern due to a growing global population, are animal or bird to human transmissions such as H1N1 (swine flu), and H5N1 strain of bird flu. Cleaning surfaces is very important. Disinfection of 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 viruses including the Corona Virus.
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.