The Advantages Of BioMisting
Recognised as the leading treatment against all bacteria and viruses. 99.9% effective against SARS, MRSA, NovoVirus & Covid-19
Provides 100% confidence for staff returning to work and customers entering your premises
Process is completely environmentally friendly with no adverse effects to your staff or customers
Over 10 years of experience of fogging (BioMisting)
No business downtime, we work hours to suit your business
We supply certificates and a proof of service report to give extra confidence
We supply top ups for high traffic areas
Little preparation required, just a clean up
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it work against Covid 19?
Yes, it does. It works against the whole family of CoronaViruses.
Has it been tested against Covid 19?
Our solution HUWASAN TR-50 has been tested against ALL human corona viruses (HCov). Covid 19 is brand new, and mutating all the time, but we understand it...its a simple organism to kill.
How do we know that?
Well, Covid 19 is an enveloped virus, it has an outer wrapping, like an eggshell. Pierce the shell, and the virus is eradicated. BioReady HuwaSan TR-50 with it’s mix of hydro peroxide, ethanol and sodium hydrochloride does just that, and more. So it stops SARS, HIV and normal influenza, as well as Covid 19. In fact, it does much more than that. It kills ALL known pathogens. It kills the much harder non enveloped viruses too (these are less like an egg, more like a potato, and much harder to eradicate) such as NovoVirus as well.
Is your formula safe?
Our technicians wear hazmat suits to biomist your premises, but once the treatment is finished, within minutes the disinfectant activates and it’s perfectly safe to go back to work. We work to the World Health Organisation guidelines and stringent EU health and safety standards.
How long does it take to get BioREADY?
It just take a phone call, the average time onsite for our smallest premises is usually around 3 hours including preparation.
What do I need to do to prepare?
A good clean beforehand is usually enough.
Will your staff be wearing PPE?
Yes, all our technicians wear full Hazmat suits and personal protective equipment such as safety glasses and gloves
How often will I need BioREADY BioMisting?
There are many variables, including how often an area is disturbed, what type of equipment is onsite etc. Most businesses will require an initial blast, to get staff back to work and provide a safe, hygienic environment. After that, regular BioMisting can be arranged monthly, complemented with the BioREADY top ups
Will BioMisting damage computers or other equipment?
No. This method produces a dry mist which leaves no film or residue. It was designed to sterilises hospitals where very expensive and sensitive equipment is used.
How can a coronavirus infection be prevented?
You must avoid close contact with anyone showing coronavirus symptoms. Preventative measures for the coronavirus include regular washing of hands and covering nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing. To keep your offices or business premises free of coronavirus, you need to ensure there are no unnecessary workers on your premises and that your staff are observing social distancing. Staff should not share vehicles where they cannot keep a safe distance from each other. You will also need to ensure staff have the appropriate PPE where they are in close proximity to each other, the public or your customers. Finally, it is vital to keep the regularly touched areas of your office clean. We also supply top up material for these areas. These areas are touchpoints (see below) and require regular topping up.
Tips & Hints when preparing for BioREADY BioMisting
Specific instructions on disinfection, in addition to the European guidance.
- Cleaning staff should wear the following personal protection equipment, or PPE; disposable gloves, eye goggles and/or a face shield, disposable long-sleeved gowns and an N95 disposable respirator or equivalent.
- Gloves should be removed & discarded if they become soiled or damaged. In this event, a new pair are to be worn.
- Disinfection may be limited to the specific locations within the business where the infected person spent time and/or was likely to have touched surfaces. For instance, not just passing through such as an entrance vestibule.
- The active ingredients and their effective concentrations listed below have been shown to be effective against known coronaviruses. In addition to the use of cleaning agents, other treatments effective against known coronavirus include steam and heat treatment. All disinfectants should be used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Soak cloths, mops, etc. with disinfectant or bleach solution and avoid spray applications which may create splashes and further spread the virus
- Wipe tabletops, desks, benches or other horizontal surfaces with human contact with disinfectant or the prepared bleach solution at the beginning and again at the end of the cleaning.
- Where possible, seal off areas where the confirmed case has visited until all cleaning and disinfection of the contaminated surfaces has been completed
- Remove curtains, fabrics, quilts, pillows and cushions for washing, preferably using the hot water cycle. Alternatively, you may choose to simply dispose of these items.
- For hot-water laundry cycles, wash with detergent or disinfectant in water at 70ºC for at least 25 minutes. If low-temperature (i.e., less than 70ºC) laundry cycles are used, choose a chemical that is suitable for low-temperature washing when used at the proper concentration.
- Arrange for a cleaning contractor to properly disinfect any carpets that have been used by any person who has been confirmed to have COVID-19
- Floors and hard surfaces should be cleaned using a disinfectant selected from the list below or contained in the European guidance.
- Disinfect non-porous cleaning equipment by soaking in disinfectant or bleach solution. Disinfect equipment used in one room, before using for other rooms. If possible, keep the disinfecting equipment separated from other routine equipment.
- Double-bag all materials for disposal (including rags, respirators, disposable gowns and gloves) and seal with a cable tie. Wear a new pair of gloves for handling the bag.
- Waste should be disposed of upon completion of the disinfection work in accordance with local or country regulations for the disposal of biohazardous waste.
Frequently touched surfaces for additional BioREADY TOP-UP:
- Desktops and all work surfaces
- Doorknobs and door handles
- Light switches and dimmer switches
- Computer monitors, keyboards, mice
- Tablets and laptops
- Telephone equipment
- All chair rests and arms
- Canteen tables and chairs, crockery, trays and cutlery
- Sinks, taps and kitchen areas
- Toilets, including all surfaces
- Water fountains and drinks dispensers and vending machines
- Lifts and their doors and buttons.