Coronavirus (COVID-19) Decontamination Cleaning


Prevention is better than cure.

Minimise the Effect of COVID-19 on Your Business

With the current uncertainty caused by the spread of the Coronavirus outbreak and how the virus could potentially affect business and the community on a national and global scale, take steps to minimise the effect it will have on your business and the welfare of your staff, customers and the general population.

 

As the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to spread and public health and safety notices urge for people to self-isolate and avoid areas/events of large gatherings, there is a steady increase of workplace absenteeism and the practice of social distancing.

Prevention is better than cure. Be proactive in your approach to the uncertainty caused by the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and take decisive, positive steps to protect you, your staff/clients/customers and their families.

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CORONAVIRUS DEEP CLEANING/DECONTAMINATION FOGGING


Decontamination Fogging and other rapid disinfectant dispersing methodologies are used against the spread of coronavirus. This cleaning method disperses chemical as a very fine mist. 

Each droplet of the specialised coronavirus disinfectant chemical has an electrostatic charge which means the chemical covers a wide area of hard-to-reach places. It is suitable for domestic, medical, commercial, food processing and industrial applications and will rapidly disinfect contact surfaces. The chemical is applied and left to dry naturally.

CORONAVIRUS KILLING (BIOCIDAL) CHEMICAL

 

The biocidal chemical we utilise has a high level of antimicrobial activity (continues to remain active long after initial application) which is realised as a very fine mist from a fogging device. It is also fragrance free, non-corrosive, non-irritant, non-toxic and food safe. 

Contact FG Fegan to discuss how we can keep you and your staff safe