Eliminating the Risk that a Less Effective Disinfectant Solution Leaves Behind
Complete Coverage, No Exceptions
When it comes to coverage, the term “whole room disinfection” can be deceiving. In fact, many whole room disinfection technologies on the market today do not disinfect the whole room at all.
The least comprehensive coverage comes from manual disinfection. Even the most thorough manual disinfection is unable to target hard-to-reach pathogens and achieve uniform coverage. This is due to the inherent variation in procedures carried out by humans.
While a significant improvement upon manual methods, UV-based whole room disinfection systems are also unable to put the ‘whole’ in whole room disinfection. Because the UV system relies on light to disinfect, shadows, distance and line of site are its Achilles’ heels. The lion’s share of UV technologies requires technicians to reposition the system around the room to improve coverage. With room turnover on the line, this is far from ideal.
The proliferation of new whole room disinfection technologies has provided infection control professionals many options for protecting their staff and the public from dangerous pathogens. But not every disinfectant solution is equal.
Halosil’s Halo Disinfection System® pairs HaloMist™, a proprietary broad-spectrum disinfectant, with the HaloFogger® to ensure the uniform, dry fogging delivery of disinfectant throughout any complex space, achieving complete coverage with the highest possible efficacy on the market today.