Effective Whole-Room Spray Disinfectant For Brisbane Offices, Buildings & Homes

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic affecting Queensland and beyond, it’s worth knowing that whole-room disinfection technologies have come a long way. There are some great disinfection systems available to help protect your staff especially from dangerous pathogens lurking in the office environment, which is never more relevant than now while our government is considering effective office-working practices. The coronavirus for example, can last on different materials like glass or keyboards anywhere from several hours to days. A good whole-room disinfectant can become a key part in offering a safe environment for all office-based staff.

Halosil’s Halo Disinfection System

Disaster Recovery Qld recommends Halosil’s Halo Disinfection System® which 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.

Why the Halo Disinfection system is perfect to safeguard your office from infection

A completely safe and affordable way to disinfect and decontaminate offices

The Halo Disinfection system is quiet, colourless, odourless and safe, ensuring super strains of microbes can’t evolve and infect the entire workplace. It is also environmentally friendly, and offers one of the best price / performance ratios in the industry. This ratio is also critical in other areas of damage restoration, such as when it comes to required equipment for water damage restoration Brisbane homes and businesses may need.

Ideal for disinfecting and spraying office equipment and electronics

Most foggers spray from 40 microns in size to over 500 microns.  Any fogger/sprayer over 5 microns are considered a “WET” fogger/sprayer. When applying moisture over electronics you need to make sure you are not using any applicator over 5 microns for the simple reason, you will NOT want to create secondary damage. The Halo Disinfection System is a “DRY” fogger, spraying under 5 microns to ensure your sensitive electronics and surfaces are not in any way damaged.

Effectively disburse airborne disinfectant around rooms, offices and complex areas

The HaloFogger generates a turbulent aerosol that uses evaporation to quickly disperse H202 vapour and increasingly concentrated micro-droplets everywhere in offices and complex rooms to kill germs where they hide, ensuring the HaloMist formula reaches even those spaces beyond the reach of sprays, wipes, or UV lights. It can treat up to 10,000 cubic feet in less than one hour too.  

Effectively kills a wide range of germs

The HaloFogger is the only EPA Validated Dry Fogging System that kills 99.9999 %, greater than 6 log of C-Difficile Spores. It kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi including mould.

Take a look at a demonstration of a room being disinfected with HaloFogger

Disinfect your entire office or building today to keep your employees safe from infection

If you need to deploy an effective infection-destroying office strategy to safeguard employees, consider the Halo Disinfection System. Call Disaster Recovery Qld today on 1300 309 361 or email admin@disasterrecovery.com.au. Also remember that disinfection systems are not the only thing we know about! We’ve also got in-depth knowledge when it comes to water damage in Brisbane, and even flood damage restoration.

Overall, the Halo Disinfection System is perfect for a wide variety of settings and we can talk you through the options to protect your office and staff from outbreaks and infections, in particular from the deeply infectious coronavirus.

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