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PHILADELPHIA — Bresslergroup on Tuesday introduced a device that disinfects an entire room without labor or hazardous chemicals. Bresslergroup designed the new product for Sanosil International.
The Sanosil Halo Fogger transforms Sanosil nontoxic disinfectant into a fine mist of ionized particles and distributes it throughout a room, disinfecting every exposed surface, including the surfaces that regular cleaning can't reach. The Halo Fogger assures a homogenous distribution of disinfectant on all surfaces, including high-touch areas, around doors, behind window treatments and even under desks, and is safe for use around all electronic equipment.
The portable, rolling device is similar in size to a carry-on suitcase. The Sanosil Halo Fogger disinfects areas at a cost of $1.50 per 1,000 sq. ft., Bresslergroup estimated.
Independent tests confirmed a 99.99% killing efficacy against such germs as Rhinovirus Type 37 (common cold), MRSA , H1N1, SARS, HIV-1, E. coli and salmonella, the company stated.