The Foggerman Process

How it Works

A fogging machine is a dispenser which uses air pressure to produce a very fine fog enabling the efficient application of various types of chemical solutions such as bactericides, virucides, insecticides, pesticides and odour control products.

These machines have become extremely important in the fight against Coronavirus  as they are able to disinfect both small and large areas quickly and effectively with the fine mist accessing every surface of the room which otherwise would be difficult to treat and in a fraction of the time it would take to sanitise all the same surfaces by hand.

How long for the chemicals to work

Not only will it provide rapid kill within 5 mins against Bacteria and Viruses, but provides a residual barrier onto the surface that continues to work for at least 30 days after the initial application.

What is fogging used for

With the forecast that Coronavirus will be with us for a number of months this year and the possibility of returning again in November, one thing is for sure that fogging is here to stay and the only way of thoroughly de-contaminating all types of premises including Houses, storage rooms, storage containers, hotels, schools, offices, shops, cinemas, theatres etc and categories of transport including Trucks, cars, coaches, aircraft, ships, trains, in fact anywhere that the people are brought together in a close environment

What is ULV Coronavirus disinfectant fogging

Ultra-Low Volume (ULV) fogging is when extremely small droplets of a disinfectant settle on inaccessible areas to enable the treatment of large areas in a short space of time

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