The VirusJet delivers dry mist thru its venturi patented nozzle that coats all surfaces. It is fitted with a unique diffusion principle that allows the disinfectant to be in contact, by displacement, with surfaces being treated, including those which appear inaccessible.
Experts agree that careful cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces are essential elements of effective infection prevention programs. However, traditional manual cleaning and disinfection practices in hospitals are often suboptimal. This is often due in part to a variety of personnel issues that many Environmental Services departments encounter. Failure to follow manufacturer’s recommendations for disinfectant use and lack of antimicrobial activity of some disinfectants against healthcare-associated pathogens may also affect the efficacy of disinfection practices.
The “no-touch” technologies have been shown to reduce bacterial contamination of surfaces such is the case with VirusJet. Manual disinfection of surfaces using currently available disinfectants is inadequate, and that newer approaches to disinfection are necessary especially with COVID19 outbreak in many care homes, hotels & hospitals.