There are a lot of advantages to Fog-Ez.
Fog-Ez utilizes dry fog technology that is as efficient as natural fog. This means the majority of the droplets are between 1 and 10 microns in diameter. The importance of the droplets being so small is the ability to impact with airborne particles, while also leaving the surrounding environment dry after cleaning.
Creates microscopic sized droplets for better surface area coverage.
No residue left behind on surfaces.
Droplet size allows for best contact with airborne pathogens.
Our patented dry fog system can be scaled to just about any facility size that our clients require decontamination and pathogen control. The control mechanisms can easily be tucked away within a utility closet or mechanical room, leaving more room for daily operations and a hands off approach to disinfection.
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Our automated system creates a hands-off approach to disinfection of pathogens. The system can be scheduled around daily operations for convenience and safety of staff and clients. Compared to manual and portable disinfecting solutions, this is more cost effective, safe, and dependable. Our clients do not need to rely on outside services or extra man power in order to control contaminants within their facilities and with our wall mounted control panel, our dry fog system can easily be adjusted to any operations changes.
The Fog-Ez system provides the ability to obtain desired results with the utilization of CDC, EPA or FDA approved chemicals. Validation testing is available for efficacy results in a (99.9999%) log6 reduction of pathogen population.
Dry Fog Technology
When you are utilizing a fog system, the system is atomizing the disinfectant product and putting it in the air. There are big differences between Dry Fog and other methods of sanitation. The dry fog method assures more coverage that can get into hard to reach places, evenly disinfecting an area of pathogens.
Wet Fog droplets burst upon contact of non-porous surfaces, causing them to become wet as if it were raining.
Dry fog rebounds off non-porous surfaces like bubbles, leaving them dry and continuing to spread and disinfect airborne infections.
Dry fog produces even coverage, due to its small particles and rebounding abilities on surfaces.
Thermal fogging produces good coverage, but is uneven and dampens surfaces. This leaves a lot of area untouched.
Conventional spraying produces large particles and poor coverage of an area, also leaving surfaces damp and missing airborne pathogens due to the particles being too large.