Solution EN14476:2013 Example of viruses which may contaminate human medical instruments, hands, surfaces


 Coronavirus belongs to the same family as SARS and MERS and it too will spread via droplets, in the same way as Influenza. While the World Health Organisation, Public Health England and DHSC argue as to whether aerosols are a transmission method (this are tiny droplet viruses that are subject to air-flow, ventilation and movement). These aerosols can travel much further than the 2 mtr safe distancing zone and we treat for this transmission as well as surfaces and hot spots.

The pathogen's spike attach themselves to our respiratory systems and colonise and multiply.  Elderly with a respiratory condition: COPD, Asthma, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome are especially at risk. 

The Catch it, Kill it, Bin it concept is great, I would go further and suggest that footwear be removed before entering yours or other's homes.  The streets, parks, lavatories, may have infectious bacteria that you don't need in your or my home. Leave it on the doorstep.

Properly nourished and hydrated bodies are the best protection you can self administer. Anything else - call The Decontaminator

The Decontaminator will disinfect everything, treating airborne, droplets or surfaces microorganisms. The methods we use is 

thorough able to treat areas and places that are difficult to reach. 

speedy in the solution we use, requires just 30 minutes wait time before normal use can be resumed, then, even by those who are immunocompromised or have deficiencies. 

Where a good deep-clean is great, it targets: marks, stains and debris and disinfects surfaces, leaving the room looking like a new pin. Whereas we cannot see the infectious pathogen, so everything is treated:

the atmosphere is treated for airborne, the equipment, fabrics and furniture are treated for droplets and surfaces as well.

Proof of treatment and certification is provided for audit reporting purposes.

Call on The Decontaminator if you suspect an infection is present.