Yes, when new pathogens emerge, disinfectant manufacturers rely on regulatory bodies, such as the CDC and the US EPA, to provide guidance on specific disinfectants for use in times of urgent need.
To address this new type of virus, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published a list, called List N, of previously registered disinfectant products that meet the criteria of the Emerging Pathogens Policy for use against COVID-19 and variants.
These components have been shown to inhibit the function of any type of microorganism in a very short time, offering its clients the peace of mind of living or working in a healthy environment, totally free of pathogens.
SANIFOG US with Cloudburst Technology™/© uses only EPA approved or N-List registered disinfectant liquids that meet the criteria for its Emerging Pathogens Policy (EPP) for use against the COVID-19 virus and its variants.
Our approved formulas are full-spectrum tested, proven to kill 99.99% or better of other common bacteria, viruses, and pathogens; in addition, SANIFOG US approved formulas are natural and environmentally friendly.
Yes, it is carried out in closed environments. Before service, all windows and exterior doors must be closed to prevent the dry-fog from escaping, thus allowing saturation of the environment and ensuring proper sanitation.
No, the fog is not flammable. But in our protocol we recommend not smoking during the sanitization procedure.
The dry-fog will settle on any surface and will not leave any residue.
Absolutely not. Our full-spectrum tested formulas are natural, environmentally friendly, and non-toxic to humans, pets, and plants.
Sanifog dry-fog is safe on any type of surface or fabric. In addition, before the sanitization service, it is advisable to leave the closet doors and drawers open, so that the dry-fog comes into contact with all surfaces.
No. Being a dry-fog, it does not produce any moisture that damages household appliances, nor to powered equipment such as computers, servers, printers, etc.
The Sanifog US device uses only EPA-approved or N-List registered disinfectant liquids that meet the criteria for its Emerging Pathogens Policy (EPP) for use against the COVID-19 virus and its variants.
SANIFOG approved formulas are effective, but also natural and environmentally friendly and are full-spectrum tested, proven to kill 99.99% or better of other common bacteria, viruses, and pathogens.
The entire process only takes 20-30 minutes, depending on ventilation, volume, and site configuration.
Best of all, Sanifog eliminates all possibilities of human error.
The dry-fog, once atomized in the air, quickly diffuses into the environment sanitizing the air and all surfaces.
After about 20 minutes of having allowed the active components to act, the windows can be opened to allow the dry-fog to escape and obtain a sanitized and protected environment.
It depends on different factors such as traffic flow.
Before sanitizing, all food must be stored or covered and it is recommended to consume while the service is in progress.
Compared to conventional thermal fogger systems, the Sanifog system is 1000 times more effective. Its efficiency resides in a powerful dry-fog atomization, its permanence in the air for about 20 minutes, and the propagation and sanitization of all the surfaces of the environment.
These characteristics allow treating small or large surfaces quickly with a minimum amount of product, with less operational work, and in full safety of people, plants, animals, and objects.
We guarantee a 99.99% reduction in microorganisms, as required by the US EPA performance standard. This refers to the percentage of pathogens that can be eliminated from a hard, non-porous surface, provided all instructions are followed correctly.
Yes, once the service is completed, the customer will be given a Certificate of Sanitation (CDS).
The cost is variable based on the cubic square feet of the space to be sanitized.
Yes, there is no problem with sanitizing during the night.
Yes, because some smoke detectors can't differentiate between fog and smoke, in some circumstances, our dry-fog can activate the smoke detectors. It will be necessary to notify your building's Engineering Department so that they are aware of the sanitation process and make necessary arrangements.
Yes, all the exhaust and air conditioning systems must be turned off, at least 10 minutes prior to treatment. This will create a layer of protection on all surfaces and affect proper sanitation.
After 10 minutes, you can turn on your HVAC system to help ventilate the treated area.
Our full-spectrum tested formulas are natural, environmentally friendly, and non-toxic to humans, pets, and plants.