Dear Valued Customers,
We are currently using 4 disinfectant systems to fight this virus outbreak. The first option can be done while employees are in the office. The second & third options use a fogging or a spraying system (no employees can be present). All 3 kill the Coronavirus. Please see below for more details
We employ this service for usage on all areas, The area is safe once the fog has dissipated. Ideal for small crawl spaces, or hard to reach areas! Can be used effectively for both outdoors and indoors functions.
A "cold" fogger, the 6208 can atomize either water- or oil-based solutions. A one-turn control knob adjusts particle size and degree of misting, and the power head can be adjusted up or down to the angle required. You can control it with a timer and it can even run "dry" without harm. Fullsan DISINFECTANT KILLS CORONAVIRUS.
We employ all of these service for usage on all counter-tops, tables, chairs, arm rests, light switches, bathrooms and any other common areas touched. For items such as keyboards, computers, computer mice, telephones, printers/copiers. and desktops, and any other areas/locations that are sensitive, we will use disinfectant wipes. We can cover a large area of space with 2 cleaners. There is no need to cover-protect any computer equipment or paper on desks, plates/cups in the kitchen, etc. The disinfectant is safe.
Electrostatic Disinfecting versus Fogging. What’s the Difference?
What is the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting?
Cleaning is the removal of debris such as organic and inorganic material (often called “soil”) from objects and surfaces. Sanitizing is the reduction, not killing, of organisms on a surface. Disinfecting will “kill” the microscopic organisms on a surface .
What is the difference between misting, fogging, spray/wipe and electrostatic disinfecting?
Misters and fogging systems deliver very small droplets that passively deposit on surfaces based on the direction of spray and the effect of gravity, which may result in uneven coverage. Spray/wipe methods are also time consuming, labor intensive and provide the least consistent coverage. Electrostatic delivers charged droplets that are actively attracted to surfaces, including the back sides and crevices of surfaces regardless of the direction of spray for complete wrap-around disinfection coverage.
Does NSC’s electrostatic disinfecting service kill Coronavirus?
Yes! Our electrostatic disinfecting service kills 99.9% of bacteria in 5 seconds and is registered to kill 44 organisms including Coronavirus, MRSA, Norovirus and cold/flu viruses in 2 minutes or less.