Sanitize with Hydrogen Peroxide Vapor Against Healthcare-Associated Pathogens

One of the most versatile sanitization techniques is the use of Hydrogen Peroxide Vapor or H2O2. It is widely know for its effectiveness against all sorts of microorganisms, bacteria and viruses on a broad range of hard surfaces. In those tests, the improved hydrogen peroxide active ingredient proved to have a greater log-reduction of organisms to standard hydrogen peroxide spray and wipe technique.

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) from organisms such as those caused by MRSA, VRE and MDR A. baumannii are an ongoing problem for healthcare facilities as they are commonly found in hospitals, easily transmitted to patients and staff and can survive on environmental surfaces for days, or even months. One of the best prevention methods for helping to curb the spread of organisms that cause HAIs is regular environmental surface disinfection with a Hydrogen Peroxide evaporazer or another registered disinfectant.

One such Hydrogen Peroxide vaporizer is the “ViTralizer”, recently popular for its proven track record of eliminating the Coronavirus from all types of surfaces in any type of setting. Our goal is to improve all hospital infection control practices, including cleaning and disinfection, as well as behavioral and environmental practices, to the point where preventing the spread of these multiple-drug-resistant organisms also minimizes the chances of patients becoming infected and improves their chances of recovery.

The ViTralizer has been designed to ensure maximum safety, suitable for its commercial or household applications. The unit is equipped with user-friendly components making its operation really simple. Simply fill the reservoir (about 1 qt), set the room size, push start and leave the room.  The “ViTralizer”  is capable of sanitizing over 17,000 cubic feet  (2,125 Square Feet @ 8 ft ceilings) in one run. 

In less than an hour, people can safely return to the now sanitized area.  If you need more space covered, just move the machine to a different location and run it again. 

It’s that easy.

To request before and after Micro laboratory testing results, please call 800-418-9289.

* The studies cited were published by Michele Totaro, Beatrice Casini , Sara Profeti, Benedetta Tuvo, Gaetano Privitera and Angelo Baggiani *Department of Translational Research and the New Technologies in Medicine and Surgery, University of Pisa,56123 Pisa, Italy© 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

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