There is nothing worse than learning that a recent visitor to your premises has tested positive for the Coronavirus.
A 72 hour shut down following a positive result can be devastating for your business, especially if you have just re-opened your premises following lock-down. The press are very quick to expose affected premises in order to aid contact procedures and that in itself can be damaging, to both your business and reputation.
Following any closure it is imperative that you respond quickly and take the necessary steps to ensure that your premises are safe to return too. The sooner you deal with the situation, the sooner you can get your customers back and start rebuilding public confidence and trust.
The first step is to carry out a deep clean of your premises, both inside and out, followed by bio-fogging sterilisation. However, the latter can prove to be a costly exercise especially if you want to do it yourself using your own staff to carry out the bio-fogging process – wages plus the cost of fogging equipment, masks, gloves, biocides etc. can soon add up – plus there is always the nagging question “have we done it right“?
Our bio-fogging process ensures the right biocidal agents are used to aid in the removal of the Coronavirus pathogens leaving your premises as infection-free as is possible.
At Bionise™ we use an anti-bacterial fogging process to sanitise your premises, this is effective at removing Coronavirus and also kills a wide range of other pathogens. We have specialised equipment and sterilisation products that have been developed specifically to sanitise small, medium and large premises safely and quickly. The advantage of our process is that it uses a fine particle mist, so no waiting hours for things to dry. The biocides we use indoors do not contain any bleach, so they are safe to use on both hard and soft furnishings, they are also odourless so there is no pungent smell left to air out after we have finished.
Bio-fogging is able to sanitise whole rooms quickly and effectively and gets to work immediately. Once the treatment is complete the space is free of any pathogens. This is more cost-effective than traditional cleaning due to its speed and capabilities, plus there is no need to move furniture or equipment around for the treatment to work.
Bio-fogging or cold fogging as it is often called works by filling a room with a fine biocidal mist. The particles are so small they remain in the air long enough to kill any airborne or viral bacterial contamination. The process is fast and sterilises the whole of the room, even those hard to reach areas that cleaners often miss.
Our specialised anti-bacterial fogging process can be applied throughout your building using certified anti-microbial disinfectants.
Once the procedure is completed we will issue your premises with a sanitation certificate showing the date and type of cleaning process used, including a list of biocidal agents applied, these can be checked against our online biocidal information sheets.
The time it takes to decontaminate and sanitise your premises will depend on the size of the rooms to be treated, small rooms and offices take an average of five to ten minutes whereas larger rooms (1000m²) can take up to 90 minutes.
Our biocidal sanitiser is proven effective while remaining safe to use and fully biodegradable, it works by irreversibly binding, penetrating and immobilising bacteria, viruses and fungi so that they cannot replicate, leaving surfaces disinfected and safe to use.
Our Antiviral Disinfectant’s powerful formula kills a range of pathogenic viruses in under 5 minutes. The formula is suitable for use on most surfaces and leaves them safe for human contact.
- Independently tested 2020 to European Standard BS EN 14476
- Effective according to BS EN 14476 against enveloped viruses which includes coronaviruses
- Kills 99.99% of germs and viruses
- Effective within 5 minutes
- Cleans and disinfects
- Non bleach formula
- Safe for food preparation areas
- Non tainting
- Tested to BS EN 14476, BS EN 1276 & BS EN 13697
- Certificate Issued On Completion of Sterilisation Process