In the context of offices, open spaces and business premises in the service sector, the disinfection of surfaces by air is a complement to traditional cleaning. The two actions are complementary. Cleaning means removing dirt and organic matter from a work surface, a floor, etc. Disinfecting means using a chemical product (virucide, biocide) to kill germs, microbes and other bacteria.
In a post-Covid 19 and lockdown context, when employees are back at their companies, whether you are the manager of a small or medium-sized business, the HR director of a large group, the operator of a third-party venue or co-working space, or a cleaning service provider looking for an efficient solution, the idea of healthy environment reassurance is a major issue with regard to all your stakeholders: employees, customers, suppliers and any visitors.
A French specialist in ASD, with its experience in decontamination in the hospital and medical sector, Vigitechnics, with its TwinCruiser VGF and LC robots, meets your requirements for automated, reliable and efficient equipment.
Decontamination is a cleaning and sanitising technique that consists of eliminating germs, bacteria and viruses present in the workplace over the course of a day. With its ASD TwinCruiser LC, Vigitechnics provides office cleaners with an effective process that can decontaminate all corners of the treated areas up to a room volume of 300 m3. These devices (including TwinCruiser VGF) work by emitting a dry oxygen peroxide mist. This is performed by aerolisation via a Venturi nozzle, permitting beyond conventional disinfection, the prevention of viral spread in case of epidemics such as colds, flu or gastro-enteritis.
The treatment carried out does not only concern objects on the premises, individual offices and open spaces… but also the surrounding air and all exposed surfaces: materials, without risk to electronic appliances including computers, carpets, floors…
Which TwinCruiser VGF or LC decontamination robot to choose according to your activity and your premises ?