Is fogging safe?
Depending on the type of biocide used, fogging systems are used in various types of rooms - from office spaces, through cars, ambulances and hospital rooms, to large warehouse and industrial facilities. Preparations used in foggers have been proven to work against the coronavirus, which is now the main threat. The pandemic prevailing in the world has forced entrepreneurs to apply measures that will eliminate potential threats from the workplace. In addition, fogging can help eliminate viruses such as Adenovirus type 5, Murinenorovirus, as well as Swine Flu A / H1N1, and Avian Influenza A / H5N1. It also works against e.coli bacteria and tuberculosis bacilli. Fogging is also recommended when insects such as bedbugs, cockroaches, flies, mites or scabies appear on the object.
ULV fog generator
Fogging systems are mainly based on ULV (ultra low volume) technology, which means fogging using minimal amounts of biocides in combination with water. This method is extremely effective in keeping the temperature low - studies have shown that higher temperature reduces some of the bactericidal properties of the substance. Fog generators are adjusted to the size of the rooms in which they will be used - for smaller ones, such as offices, small sprays are used, while on larger facilities, cannons are used to spray the disinfectant. Contrary to a traditional atomizer, the fog created by the ULV fogger leaves no traces on walls, floors and interior fittings. Our company offers devices tailored to the needs of each room, and qualified technologists select the appropriate agent that will ensure the highest efficiency and full safety.