The ViroForce system is perfect for the disinfection and odor elimination in the following industry sectors:
Biological – Whether its decontamination or hazardous waste removal at trauma scenes, 240 independent companies (members of the American BioRecovery Association) provide these services. Trauma scenes frequently contain biological infectious waste including blood, body fluids, viral pathogens such as HIV, Hepatitis B, or Norovirus, bacterial pathogens, or hazardous chemicals including chemicals used in crime scene investigation….
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Healthcare – The private and public health care sector is turning to improved technological solutions to reduce the incidence of Clostridium difficile (C difficile) and MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus). C difficile and MRSA are a major cause of antibiotic-associated diarrhea, colitis, and other infections that can be both debilitating and sometimes lethal. In a recent study, it was found that 31% of patients who received antibiotics in acute care medical wards were colonized with C difficile, and 56% of these patients developed …….
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Hotel, restaurants and the hospitality industry in general are especially susceptible to viruses and bacteria as many people from various places pass through their premises. Guests leave behind viruses in hotel rooms, public areas, and on light switches and a myriad of other surfaces. Germ testing has shown the hazards even when a hotel’s cleaning staff are diligent. The potential for viruses and bacteria being left behind is significantly greater when Norovirus, rhinoviruses or influenza outbreaks occur. The problem then becomes magnified because viruses can survive on surfaces for up to four days….
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Insurance – When it comes to property damage restoration, remediation and cleaning services, there are several challenges to effectively accomplishing these tasks. Removing the many types of fungi and mold including Candida albicans, Cladosporium sp., Aspergillus species, Aureobasidium sp., Penicillium brevicompactum can be very costly and is especially difficult….
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Public transportation industry, including buses, trains and airplanes, is susceptible to viruses and bacteria as passengers from local, regional and international destinations come together in one space. Passengers bring viruses with them and leave them on seats, handles, railings, in washrooms and a myriad of other surfaces. Even when cleaning staff are diligent, the potential for viruses and bacteria being left behind is significant. When Norovirus, rhinoviruses or influenza outbreaks occur, the problem becomes significantly magnified as viruses can survive on surfaces for up to four days…..
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