Airborne Cleanroom Disinfection
Airborne disinfection is a fast and efficient way to decontaminate all the surfaces in one or multiple cleanrooms. This method avoids the long and harassing work of manually disinfecting all surfaces, avoids the inherent risk of human error, and is equally efficient on hard-to-reach surfaces.
Because airborne disinfection cannot be performed with human or animal presence, it is usually run automatically during the night and is mostly considered for a periodic sporicidal disinfection rather than daily use.
In airborne disinfection, the machine and the disinfectant must be considered as a single system and must be qualified together, because pairing different machines and disinfectants would produce unreliable or even unefficient results.
Several technologies are available on the market, featuring varied levels of complexity and requiring wildly different financial investments. Because we believe that disinfection should remain in the control of the end-user, we only propose systems that are affordable enough for the end-users to own and simple enough for the end-users to operate themselves after a short training.