Chemical disinfection of surfaces
You daily deal with the chemical disinfection of surfaces and perhaps you have at times wondered whether the traditional products are sufficiently effective, which harmful sideeffects their use may have and what this means for your safety. The use of alcohol as a disinfectant is relatively safe when it is just used for smaller surfaces and in small doses. The intoxicating and highly inflammable alcohol fumes can cause health and safety risks. Bigger surfaces are therefore usually cleaned with chlorine compounds. Poisonous chlorine gasses and increasing corrosiveness are, however, some of the drawbacks of using chlorine compounds. It is possible to save costs by safeguarding people and preventing material corrosion. And we also have a responsibility towards the environment. This is the major incentive for the development of the Tevan® Panox® product family. Environmentally-friendly alternatives like hydrogen peroxide and peracetic acid are better for the environment, fast acting and do not leave a residue. After processing, they only produce water and oxygen as by-product.
To completely disinfect an area usually requires a rather labour-intensive approach. First, the area needs to be thoroughly cleaned and, subsequently, the same deployment of staff is needed to disinfect the area. It is a challenge to achieve measurable and perfect disinfection results, and it is also very expensive due to the inefficient deployment of man-hours. The “fogging” method has been developed to achieve perfectly disinfected premises while deploying less staff. It results in perfectly disinfected premises while deploying less staff, thus achieving substantial cost savings. Would you like to find out exactly how it works? Please don’t hesitate to request a product demonstration on site. You will find out everything about this efficient method and observe the measurable results yourself.