SALINISE FOGGING MACHINE
Salinise UK Disinfection Fogging Machines are the machine by which Antibacterial Fogging Disinfectant is dispersed to quickly and conveniently disinfect surfaces and large areas.
Due to the simplicity and ease of fluid distribution this hand-held disinfectant fogger machine is a popular product with businesses in all sectors as well as educational settings, the care industry, factories and is also purchased for use in people’s own homes.
It is both portable and lightweight and as such it can be carried easily from room to room or from one area to another allowing you to sanitise multiple surfaces and environments quickly and efficiently.,
This machine is suitable for sanitization, disinfection, epidemic prevention and insecticide.
All parts are included ready for the machine to be plugged in and put to work!
WHAT A FOGGER/FOGGING MACHINE IS
Disinfectant fogging machines are a light-weight, portable, electronic machine that is topped-up with a special disinfectant ‘fogging fluid.’
Once the fluid is at the correct level the fogging machine uses large volumes of air at a low pressure to transform the fogging fluid into droplets that are dispersed into the area that you wish to sanitise.
The operator controls the machine either targeting a specific object or systematically disinfecting the whole room including the air and all of the objects and furniture within it.
Although the technology is not new, fogging machines have gained prominence during the Covid 19 pandemic due to their ability to sanitise quickly and to enable the sanitizer to get to hard-to-reach places. Many businesses and organisations now regard them as essential.
With the current pandemic, many business in the UK use Disinfectant Fogging Machines to protect staff and customers against viruses and bacteria.
HOW A FOGGING MACHINE WORKS
The fogging machine builds up pressure which converts the specialist fluid into a ‘fog’ allowing you to move it around the room and even target certain areas or previously hard-to-reach areas.
The machine features a flow adjustment knob that allows the operator to adjust the spray volume and control the droplet diameter.
STORING YOUR FOGGING MACHINE
Disinfection Fog Machines should be stored in a cool, dry and clean place. It is also advisable to remove fogging liquid in between use.
DISINFECTANT FOGGING MACHINE UK DELIVERY
Salinise Fog Machines for Disinfectant are in stock in our UK warehouse and ready for immediate shipping. There’s no long lead in times and you won’t be kept waiting.
WHY USE A FOGGING MACHINE
WHERE YOU CAN USE A FOGGING MACHINE
Our disinfection fogging machine allows you to fog rooms whether small or extremely large. Disinfection Fogging doesn’t replace your normal cleaning routines but it is a relatively fast way to sanitise an area. Due to the ability to sanitise areas fairly quickly our machine can be used in large multi-room buildings such as schools and factories, although you may wish to purchase more than one machine dependent upon your requirements and your risk assessment criteria.
A ULV disinfection fogging machine is the perfect solution when sanitization is required in high traffic areas and in buildings with multiple people and points of contact that provide the potential to spread a virus from person to person.
We have provided fogging machines to numerous business, organisations and public bodies including but not limited to –
- Schools, nurseries and play centres
- Restaurants, pubs, hotels, gyms and leisure complexes
- Hospitals, care & nursing homes and dental practices
- Bus and coach operators, taxis and driving instructors
- Factories and industrial buildings
- Beauticians, hairdressers and salons.
TIME SAVED AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
Feedback from clients around the UK has shown high levels of customer satisfaction regarding their disinfectant fogging machine from Salinise.
This has meant that businesses that have stayed open during the pandemic have –
- Been able to demonstrate safe working practices.
- Delivered confidence to their customers.
- Saved time meaning that they have not kept customers waiting unnecessarily.
- Fulfilled risk assessment criteria demonstrating their steps taken to mitigate the virus.
“It’s saved us loads of time as far as cleaning large surfaces and hitting areas that maybe we hadn’t thought about as well, so it’s been a god-send for us.” Gaz Evans – Gym Manager and Olympian.
“The customer service has been great.” Gareth Jones – Head Teacher at Ysgol Estyn, Hope, North Wales.
HOW TO USE A FOGGING MACHINE
FILLING A FOGGING MACHINE
The operator fills the Disinfection ULV Fogging Machine with the required level of fogging machine liquid and then following the instructions they gently spray/mist this around the area that they wish to sanitise.
It is good practice to cover electrical sockets and smoke alarms whilst the fog is being dispersed.
CORRECT PARTICLE SIZE
It is important to ensure that your fogging solution is dispersing the correct particle size for the appropriate type of fog. The particle and droplet size determines if the fog is wet or dry and this is explained below.
THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DRY FOGGING AND WET FOGGING
Our Dry Fogging machines allow you to change and control the size of the particles dispersed which means that you can wet fog or dry fog.
When the droplets are very small they form a ‘dry’ fog.
With bigger droplets the fog is heavier and more like a wet mist, this is ‘wet’ fogging.
Most of our clients wish to dry fog as the contact surface will not be wet to touch after using our sanitising solution due to the small particle size, thus providing good and effective coverage of the desired area.
The particles are so small when dry fogging that by the time they contact surfaces the surface is already dry.
We advise using our fogging solution in the form of dry fogging for indoor rooms and surfaces, this ensures that items such as electricals will not get wet and damaged, whilst still ensuring effective sanitisation due to larger particle spread.
It is a lot more convenient to dry fog indoors and much more effective due to the lack of wind and other weather conditions.
Our Salinise ULV Disinfectant Fogger allow for the operator to easily change the particle size when required.
HOW OFTEN TO FOG
Coronavirus and other pathogens can live on surfaces for days, at least in a laboratory, so in high traffic/high use areas it is wise to fog at regular intervals or when the possibility of a new transmission or new bacteria entering the environment has taken place. Conversely in low-traffic/low-usage areas you may need to fog very infrequently as the risk of new transmissions is much lower.
In addition to fogging to tackle Coronavirus, the solution is a powerful all-round disinfectant suitable for a great many different environments where germs and viruses are prevalent.
WHAT TO FOG WITH
You’ll find the prices on Salinise’s fogging fluid hard to beat and we’re certain that you’ll love the product specifications too. Please take a look.
THE USE OF PPE WHEN USING A FOGGER
PPE is not necessary when fogging with Salinise solution (although we would encourage an independent risk assessment). This is not the case with all fluids on the market. If you are going to purchase fluid from a different provider then PPE may well be necessary.
NO NEED TO VACATE A ROOM AFTER USING THE PRODUCT
If you’re using Salinise fogging fluid with your Salinise machine then there is no need to vacate a room whilst fogging. This is due to the active ingredient in Salinise fluid – Hypochlorous Acid or ‘HOCI’ being natural, non-irritant and safe for humans and pets. This is not the case with all fluids on the market and as such we would encourage you to follow the product advice on the label.
In either scenario we would always recommend an independent risk assessment.