Decontamination is a process of removing and deactivating pathogens that are found in rooms and on used equipment, and as a result of direct contact endangers life or health of people. The whole rooms are decontaminated with all devices in them, advanced technology based on hydrogen peroxide and modern equipment for decontamination are used
time saving - thanks to short cycles, it is possible to perform the process after the end of the work day
saving money - no money spent on the purchase of equipment, service inspections and consumables
lack of involvement of hospital staff - not imposing additional duties
guarantee of proper room preparation and the process carried out - a service performed by qualified experienced specialists using safety accessories
safety of apparatus and equipment during the process
health protection - guaranteed by the method used with the highest biocidal effectiveness - 6 logarithms in reduction of Geobacillus Stearothermophilus 10^6
care for ecology - environmentally friendly technology, patients and staff
ensuring continuity of work - the possibility of immediate use of rooms after the process
guaranteed efficiency confirmed by documentation - printout of process parameters without the need to purchase additional IT equipment
Hospitals: the most frequent decontamination of rooms are: operating theatres and treatment rooms, hospital emergency departments, intensive care and medical treatment, counseling, burns treatment departments, insulators, patients' rooms (especially in infectious wards), medical waste magazines, central sterilizers, blood banks, waiting rooms, medical equipment and other (PC keyboards, telephones, TV remote controls, etc.
Medical and dental offices: decontamination of medical rooms: medical, dental, treatment rooms, isolation rooms, waiting rooms.
Laboratories: areas most frequently subjected to air decontamination: laboratories, laboratory equipment, laminar chambers, incubators, a vivarium, animal cages.
Pharmaceutical industry: decontamination of industrial premises: production halls, storage areas, cold stores, transmission and production lines.
Medical, public and food transport: areas most frequently subject to decontamination: rescue ambulances, fire trucks, firemen's outfits, railway carriages / subways, buses, cruise ships, rental cars, transport cars.
Veterinary Medicine: areas most frequently subjected to decontamination: clinics, veterinary practices, operating rooms, treatment rooms, hotels for animals, isolation rooms, waiting rooms.
Food industry: areas most frequently subjected to decontamination: production line rooms, packing room, food and semi-finished warehouses, bakeries, pastry shops, ice cream factories.
Public space: decontamination of air and public rooms: school rooms, nursery rooms, health centers, offices, interiors of buses, trams, waiting rooms and all rooms of railway stations, airports, etc.