When we think of disinfecting an environment, we automatically think physical surfaces and touch points as the most prone and vital points of bacterial transmission.
One large and fundamental aspect most people negate to consider when disinfecting is the airspace and attention to air quality and circulation.
Countless articles and scientific research has led to the acknowledgement that the predominant mode of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) transmission is by airborne transmission through the respiratory system.
When utilizing traditional disinfection measures such as spray and wipe, you are completely avoiding the disinfection of an airspace which may be the most prone feature to sanitize in order to mitigate viral transmission in an indoor environment.
This is why the push for the use of masks or face coverings has been one of the most common and predominant measures implemented in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
How to disinfect an airspace?
Disinfectant foggers are the most effective, and rapid solution one can employ when disinfecting an airspace.
These high output devices dispense a micronized 'dry fog' which both disinfects potential pathogens or airborne droplets while circulating the air as well.
An airspace and surfaces in an environment may be sanitized literally in minutes by utilizing these devices.
Next time you are disinfecting your environment, consider the use and/or purchase of a disinfectant fogger to not only increase the disinfectant efficacy, reduce time, sanitize the airspace, and save money.