FREE WHITEPAPER: Steam & Microfibre in Healthcare

Bacteria and viruses can be incredibly resistant to disinfection attempts, and you can never know if you’ve got them all. In this article, we’re going to go over the top three disinfection and decontamination technologies that are incredibly helpful even against the current COVID-19 outbreak.

UVC Disinfection Technology

The germicidal and viricidal capabilities of UV-C light have long been demonstrated. Moreover, germicidal UV has proven that it can effectively deal with Lassa, vaccinia, and Ebola viruses on dried surfaces, as well.

Our technology, MUVi, capitalizes on the high decontamination prowess of UVC light and provides a handy method of disinfecting highly-touched surfaces and medical equipment!

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UV Disinfection Technology

 

Steam Vapor and Thermal Disinfection Technology 

The best steam and vapor technology for healthcare disinfection problems is the one provided by Duplex Healthcare. We are committed to bringing the latest advancements in infection control and cleaning technology to all healthcare facilities all across the Asia-Pacific region.

Moreover, steam/thermal vapor can indeed be used during outbreaks to disinfect all highly-touched surfaces and keep them thoroughly sanitized. The Steam Vapor Technology provided by Duplex Healthcare has demonstrable benefits during an outbreak, in terms of germicidal and viricidal properties.

Steam Vapour Thermal Disinfection Technology

 

Ozone Disinfection Technology

Last but not least, we have to include ozone disinfection in this list. The mechanism of this technology is rather innovative and very efficient in scope. It uses ozone to oxidize the cell components that make up the bacterial cell wall. In this way, once the cell is penetrated, the ozone oxidizes all the vital components of the cell, rendering it useless.

The cell destruction phase is called lysis, and it is a direct consequence of the ozone disinfection technology. This one can be used in outbreak prevention procedures and in the disinfection of medical equipment or highly-touched areas, just like the other two technologies.