We have procured state-of-the-art specialist equipment and anti-viral sanitiser chemical designed to be effective against Coronavirus.
Our innovative disinfecting service is a system called bio-misting (known as fogging). This technology gives off a very fine vaporised mist allowing the microscopic particles of the virucide to reach and fully wrap all surfaces with an effective even coverage including vertical, underneath and even the most secluded areas not accessible by a cloth.
As these vaporised particles of chemical land, they start killing the virus and any harmful pathogens within seconds. Within an hour, the droplets will air dry on their own leaving all surfaces disinfected and your premises can then be entered again.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is this cleaning service effective against COVID-19?
A: Yes - The disinfection treatments we use meet EN 14476:2103 + A2:2109 standards and is therefore effective against all Coronaviruses including the SARS-CoV-2 strain.
Q: Is Virucide harmful to surfaces?
A: Virucide will not deteriorate, damage or harm common surfaces such as countertops, worksurfaces, upholstery, wood floors, carpet or painted walls. We may spot delicate items and perform alternative cleaning techniques if required.
Q: Does Virucide fogging cause damage to electronics?
A: Virucide does not damage electronics because the mist produced is extremely fine, yet effective. You will not have to remove computers, monitors or the like from the premises before fogging.
Q: What is the waiting period before we can access the property or vehicle after a decontamination service?
A: Wait 1 hour before returning.
Q: Can you provide RAMS and COSHH?
A: Yes - on request we can supply a risk assessment, method statement and COSHH assessment.
Q: Do you provide a certificate after cleaning?
A: Yes - on completion we will send a proof of cleaning certificate to you with your company name on it, an example is attached.
Q: How do we prepare for the service?
A: Your premises must be vacated of all people and all electrical equipment should be turned off.