The main vector of transmission from person to person appears to be from close contact (within 6 feet) via very small respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
These droplets remain airborne and land on products and surfaces. The transmission through breathing infected air, touching surfaces, and touching the eyes, mouth, or nose all contributes to the spread of the virus sacrificing “safe spaces” and consumer confidence.
Learn more about this modern day virus in the video here.
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UVC light is proven to be effective at causing irreparable damage to the virus at the DNA/RNA level by breaking the chains linking the DNA strands thus destroying the very organism.
UVC lighting systems have been used for decades in hospitals, manufacturing and water treatment facilities.
They are a safe, chemical free way to assure a safe space for employees and customers.
Our engineered permanent UVC disinfection installations allow facilities to use the power of two types of UVC lights to disinfect areas, counters, furniture, and most every surface like metals, plastics and electronics, safely without the constant application of chemical agents.
Engineering these permanent solutions takes into account the size of the area, distance, intensity, shape, and contents of the disinfection zone.
We automate the lights to eradicate viruses while the areas are unoccupied and shut down when approached.
We continue our innovation through the use of Far-UVC technology that allows us to create safe spaces that disinfect while occupied.
We extend the safe space by turning normal air conditioning systems into HVAC disinfection machines scrubbing airborne viruses, mold, and bacterial threats from the air 24/7.
Using specialized equipment, we apply a safe, EPA certified chemical / botanical disinfectants to surface areas in the form of a 10-50 micon sized fog or mist as a method used routinely in the food & health industries.
The purpose is to create and disperse a disinfectant aerosol to reduce the numbers of airborne micro-organisms and also to apply disinfectant to surfaces that may be difficult to reach.
Fogging is achieved using either an electrostatic, purpose-built system or a ULV or thermal mobile unit. Fogging / misting allows us to treat contact areas in a safe effective way.
This process is also safe to use on common plastics, metals, fabrics, electronics and food preparation areas as they are FDA approved. The process is almost dry to the touch upon application and must remain on surfaces for 20 minutes to achieve its effective log (disinfectant) test results.
Schools & Childcare (grants available to pay for service)
Public Areas & Parks
Nursing & Elder Car Facilities
Urgent Care, Dental, Medical Offices
Recommended by the Rapid Review Panel.
Hygiena’s ATP Cleaning Verification System is recommended by the Department of Health’s Rapid Review Panel (RRP), an organization of the Health Protection Agency (HPA), now part of Public Health England.
RRP recommendation is based on a product’s value to the National Health Service (NHS) in improving hospital infection control and reducing hospital acquired infections.
Download the HPA Rapid Review Panel Letter
*ATP testing systems do not detect viruses and do not guarantee removal of viruses on surfaces. It is a cleaning verification system and a way to track cleaning and disinfection efforts to verify that high-touch areas in your facility have been cleaned properly. ATP Cleaning Verification should be used in conjunction with CDC and EPA recommendations and guidelines. We work with you to meet such protocols.