DISINFECTION & SANITISATION

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DIY DISINFECTANT AEROSOL FOGGER

A highly effective DIY Disinfectant Fogger is also available in aerosol form. Once sprayed, the can will empty, producing a very fine aerosol mist, disinfecting any area up to 135m3 per 400ml aerosol can. The fog will reach all areas of the environment, offering total protection. Now also available in a handy 150ml can.

• Excellent Biodegradability. • Non-corrosive  • Non-Toxic  • Highly effective and active in the presence of organic matter 

• Not PH dependent

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Watch the video below to see how the DIY Fogger Works

The DIY Fogger can also be used in Vehicles:

The most critical task for institutions and organisations when preparing for potential community transmission of viruses and bacteria is to plan and execute. As outbreaks evolve, hospitals, commercial buildings, restaurants, movie theatres, gym places, private homes, mine sites, governmental institutions, amongst others, should be ready to protect their employees and customers. It is vital to take steps to ensure that the public and private environments are clean and disinfected.

 

The planning for a healthy environment should include systems to diminish the spread of a wide variety of infectious diseases. Powerful strategies build on daily policies and practices. Apart from common-sense preventive actions for customers and staff, such as staying home when sick, properly covering coughs and sneezes, and thoroughly and often washing hands, it is necessary to emphasise in actions of environmental decontamination.

 

This includes the routinely clean of areas frequently attend by staff and clients, and also the use of SF-Sanifog, ensuring the decontamination of all spaces. SF-Sanifog can be used for the decontamination of areas such as over the desks, counter, walls, floors, light switches, and even the most difficult to reach such as under seats, under desks, windows sills and others. 

SF Sanifog is a novel DDAC that kills Coronavirus.

It is a disinfectant which has been widely used for the disinfection of areas such as offices, nurseries, schools, houses, restaurants, gyms, movie theatres, governmental institutions and more. It has also been extensively used in the poultry and other agriculture sectors of many parts of the world. What makes SF Sanifog so unique is that it is a highly effective disinfectant, yet it has very low toxicity. It is the least toxic disinfectant in the market. SF Sanifog is of such low toxicity that it is registered in many parts of the world to be included in the drinking water of chickens and also to be sprayed on poultry.

The SF-Sanifog Disinfectant Aerosol Fogger is an easy and ready-to-use highly effective disinfectant, in a pressurised can.

Once triggered, the can will empty, producing a very fine aerosol mist which can be used to disinfect any closed area of approximately up to 135m3 per 400ml aerosol can.

 

The fog will reach all areas of the environment, offering total protection of the area. SF Sanifog has been extensively tested against a wide range of naked viruses. The naked viruses, such as Parvovirus, Circoviruses, Reoviruses, Adenoviruses and Birnaviruses (Infectious bursal disease virus), are widely regarded as the most difficult viruses to kill. SF Sanifog has been tested and has been found to be effective against all of these viruses.

Coronaviruses are enveloped viruses. The enveloped viruses are generally much more susceptible to the action of disinfectants than the highly resistant naked viruses. The inactivation of enveloped virus is much easier to achieve, and SF Sanifog has been found to be highly effective against all enveloped viruses which have been tested, including Coronavirus, orthomyxoviruses (Influenza virus) and paramyxovirus (Newcastle disease virus). 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

1.  Does it leave a residue?

       Chemical atomizes with little to no residue.

2.  How long after you have sprayed can you use the room again?
         1-2 hours depending on the temperature, humidity etc.

3.  Does it leave a smell?
        Once the fog has dissipated – NO.

4.  How long does the surfaces stay disinfected?
        Up to 72 hours after application.

 

5.   If you have asthma or respiratory issues – can you use it?
        Trigger the can and vacate the area until the fog has dissipated.

 

6.   If you use it in a bedroom, do you need to wash your linen before you can sleep in the room?
         Not necessary

 

7.  Will it impact on the smoke detectors
        No