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Disinfection Foggers

Our Disinfection Foggers


Disinfection Foggers

What is Airborne Disinfection?

Disinfection by dry fogging or Nebulisation is a technique for disinfecting surfaces by air (DSVA: Surface Disinfection by Air). This disinfection technique is done automatically without human intervention. For example: our devices are equipped with a manual or digital timer and it is sufficient to set the diffusion time and then start the program and the device will diffuse and stop automatically.

It consists of projecting a disinfectant product in very fine droplets (less than 7 microns) into the atmosphere, using one of our disinfection sprayers such as JETBIO 2020, which propels the disinfectant thanks to an air turbine "VORTEX with CISEALS" with an output speed of 280 km/h and a propulsion distance of 15 metres.

By clicking on the link below, you can access the document governing aerial disinfection.

Our Disinfection Foggers comply with the French AFNOR NF T72-281 standard.

A French AFNOR standard allows the microbiological efficiency of a process to be tested by
simulating real conditions of use.

Il This is the AFNOR NF T72-281 standard for the
determination of the bactericidal, fungicidal or yeasticidal and sporicidal activities of DSVA processes.

It serves as a reference for the DSVA. Published in September 1986 by the AFNOR commission of
Antiseptics and disinfectants".

A new version was published in 2009 and A new version was published in 2009 and is the subject of a European working group in 2011 with a view to publishing a European CEN standard. European standard.

It is the reference test method for manufacturers who claim
disinfecting activities of their processes on the national market.

It applies to the following sectors medical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic, agricultural, industrial and agri-food sectors.
The performance of this standardised test allows a comparative evaluation with other
processes on the market. In addition, this standardised test allows the activity to be assessed by controlling
factors such as the quantity of starting micro-organisms (inoculum), the strains of reference micro-organisms
micro-organisms, the level of performance...

There is currently no equivalent standardised equivalent standard at European level.

Nevertheless, tests carried out according to a standard different from NF T72-281 can be evaluated
by theAfssaps if it is demonstrated that they are equivalent in terms of :

of representativeness of use ;
validation of the test and;
of level requirement to of rate of reduction logarithmic required by activity
(Bactericide, Yeasticide, Fungicide, Sporicide and or Virucide)