Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus?
Coronavirus is a new word we are all becoming very familiar with. There are new articles appearing daily- scares in Italy and Iran being the latest. Whilst the media advise that we cannot yet call outbreaks of the Coronavirus to represent a pandemic yet, it is, however, frightening how easily and quickly the virus is spreading worldwide because this is a highly contagious virus. We would ask you to listen to the interview because it raises issues that many businesses and organisations need to consider.
- Why traditional cleaning methods may not be enough?
- How Foggers can help sanitising areas killing 99.9999% of germs and viruses without washing or scrubbing.
- How our range of products and services kill viruses and germs lurking in nooks and crannies.
As you will have gathered from the interview we were contacted by the presenter Danny Kelly because having used SaniGuard Spray the simplicity in sanitising (and killing germs) lots of electronic equipment in a radio studio piqued his interest in our organisation. An important factor arose in the context of Coronavirus in the interview…AIR TRAVEL. It’s rather obvious that the ease of global travel helps to spread the virus across the globe so we were delighted to be able to explain how our range of Foggers could easily sanitise the interior of an aeroplane!.
By Oliver Canty
CEO of IC Solutions 247
A Specialist Provider of Environmental Whole Room Disinfection Products & Services, serving clients and customers across Europe and the UK.
Contact - UK & Europe
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SaniGuard Europe is an online arm of IC Solutions 24/7 Limited which was formed in 2010 to bring the latest Infection Control products and services to discerning customers across Europe and beyond. We are an organisation that provides value for money, rapid, easy to use and safe products for whole room disinfection.
We primarily supply both private and NHS hospitals, Laboratories, Pharma and the Food Industry.