Germ-Free Sanitation. Total Disinfection.
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are infections that patients contract during the course of treatment and, despite increased efforts to target them, disinfectant protocols in the healthcare industry have remained largely unchanged.
Only 50% of surfaces in hospital operating or patient rooms are effectively disinfected1
85% of wheelchairs in hospital are contaminated with Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA2
Expert Disinfecting creates healthier spaces for your patients. Our disinfecting system applies disinfectant solutions to surfaces using electrostatic induction charging. The liquid droplets are positively charged by the spray system which is then driven to the surface target area in a consistent manner allowing for comprehensive uniform coverage. It is safe on sensitive equipment and treats areas untouched by traditional cleaning methods.
Let us help you in the fight against the unnecessary spread of sickness & infection.
Key Service Features
We carry out our responsibilities in a disciplined way, and offer a series of checks and balances so that you can be certain the work we do is always first-rate.
We offer one-time or recurring disinfecting services, customized to your needs
We supply all cleaning equipment and solutions
We use an odorless, hypoallergenic disinfectant sanitizer
We rely on non-caustic, non-corrosive, non-irritating cleaners that will completely sterilize your property and make it allergen-free, mold-free and germ-free
Our technicians are fully trained professionals
Our service is safe and effective and our disinfectant eliminates SARS-CoV (COVID-19)
We are insured for your protection
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- Bhalia A., Pultz N.J., Gries D.M. et al. “Acquisition of Nosocomial Pathogens on Hands After Contact With Environmental Surfaces Near Hospitalized Patients.” Infection Control Hospital Epidemiology. 2004 Feb.25(2): 164–7.
- Department of Pharmacy. Yamaguchi Grand Medical Center, Osaki, Hofu, Japan. Department of Pharmacy, Yamaguchi University Hospital, Minamikogushi, Ube, Japan. “Contamination of wheelchairs by Staphylococcus aureus.” Journal of Hospital Administration. 2013, Vol. 2, No. 2.
- Sexton T, Clarke P, O’Neill E, Dillane T and Humphreys H. Environmental reservoirs of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in isolation rooms: correlation with patient isolates and implications for hospital hygiene. Journal of Hospital Infection 2006;62:187–94.
- Ohl et al. Hospital privacy curtains are frequently and rapidly contaminated with potentially pathogenic bacteria; Am J of Inf Control: on line publication; 2012.