One of the best ways of minimising the risk of transmission of bacteria and viruses present on surfaces is to use a solution that provides not only an immediate wet kill when it is applied but also provides an ongoing physical kill for surfaces that are interacted with between cleaning protocols.
Zoono Microbe Shield is that wonder product and when applied using an electrostatic sprayer at particles of 40 microns (a fine mist) can be used indoors and in food environments. It is approved to EN14476 (enveloped viruses). EN 14476 is a European standard that includes the coronavirus family.
Zoono physically kills by rupturing the outer membrane of the bacteria or virus. It is colourless and easy to use in both the home and industrial settings. Zoono is non-hazardous, non-flammable for transport, is a smart technology 99.6% water, yet it is deadly for a broad range of pathogens.
Electrostatic spraying leaves behind a mono-molecular layer that permanently bonds to the surface. These molecules are antimicrobial, silicone based polymers that bond to the surface forming a barrier of positively charged microscopic pins. Using this method of application the product reaches all the areas that it would not reach by manual application or by using ordinary misting or spraying where the product is not electrostatically charged.
Microbe Shield carries on working for extended periods on surfaces. Routine cleaning does not disrupt the molecule or its antimicrobial activity which continues to work on hard surfaces for about one month. After that the product can be re-applied to continue the protection.
Enhance is carrying out this service to an increasing number of its clients who can see the value in adding this extra level of protection to their indoor environments. London Underground, The Royal Albert Hall, Houses of Parliament, Public Health England offices spaces and Universities across England have chosen to use Zoono after extensive research and ongoing assessment and testing.