Dry brumisation disinfection is an aerial surface disinfection technique (DSVA). It involves spraying disinfectant into the air in very fine droplets, using a device: the mister, which works with compressed air. The resulting fog will be deposited on all surfaces of the room in contact with the air. They will be disinfected, but NOT wet.
Brumisation disinfection is subjected to the French standard of air surface disinfection, NF T 72-281, which attests to its effectiveness.
What are the benefits of disinfection by brumisation?
The misters are either manual or automatic. IBL Specifik’s misting machines such as the MaxiBio 50 allows the surfaces of a room to be disinfected without human intervention. MaxiBio 50 is manufactured in France.
With a controlled and digitally controlled flow, these disinfection misters ensure the dosage of the product automatically.
Simply start the program and then leave the room during the disinfectant’s contact time.
In addition, the disinfectant fog will work throughout the room, which will ensure the total disinfection of all surfaces of the room in contact with the air.
The disinfection of surfaces by air is fast, simple and very effective. The MaxiBio 50 disinfection machine is capable to carry out a disinfection of the surfaces by air for premises of up to 50 m3 using Hydrogen Peroxide.
They guarantee effective disinfection results for communities (creches, retirement homes, etc.), medical practices, laboratories, public transport, the agri-food industry and all sectors that require disinfection in accordance with current standards.