What is Sanosil®

Sanosil Whole Room Disinfection System combines patented Sanosil® S010 disinfectants for use with the dry-mist dispensing Q-Jet fogger as an easy to-use, highly effective and affordable surface disinfection systems.The Sanosil Q-Jet Fogger ensures the uniform delivery of spore and bacteria killing Sanosil S010® disinfectant throughout every room, even in crevices and other areas beyond the reach of sprays, wipes and UV lights.

The Sanosil Q-Jet Fogger leads its industry in surface coverage and effectiveness, helping healthcare, long term care, athletic and educational facilities to raise their standards for whole room disinfection. Delivering the highest possible effectiveness on the market today, it is EPA-proven to kill 99.9999% of C. difficile spores in healthcare settings.

Sanosil S010 is a ready-to-use fungicide. In addition, Sanosil S010 has also been proven effective against gram positive and gram negative bacteria, sporeforming organisms, viruses (with and without protective coat), yeast, as well as a wide spectrum of protozoa. The effectiveness of Sanosil® Disinfectants has been tested and confirmed against numerous pathogens in more than 220 assays carried out by well-known international institutions (laboratories/universities). Sanosil® Disinfectants are DGHM-listed. The active substance used is hydrogen peroxide, an environment friendly substance. In a complex manufacturing procedure, the active substance is stabilized and boosted with silver, thus achieving a greatly improved effectiveness against micro-organisms. The oxygen (O2) set free by the hydrogen peroxide attacks the cell walls (1) of the mould in a direct contact. This allows the silver ions to enter the cell unhindered. The monovalent silver ions form strong covalent links with cellular protein (2.) These are thereby inactivated, leading to immediate cell death and killing the treated mycellium.

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How Sanosil S010 Work Agains Mould

Mould is a fungus. Fungi usually are filamentous, with the single filament being termed hyphae. Fungal hyphae grow and branch to make a filament network called mycelium. Mould produces tiny spores to reproduce. Mycellium and spores are often coloured which makes them visible to the naked eye (for example as black or grey stains).

Mould is a fungus. Fungi usually are filamentous, with the single filament being termed hyphae. Fungal hyphae grow and branch to make a filament network called mycelium. Mould produces tiny spores to reproduce. Mycellium and spores are often coloured which makes them visible to the naked eye (for example as black or grey stains).

Remediation : First Step

The first step to mould control is to locate the mould contamination. A characteristic mouldy odour or stains on walls, ceilings or furniture are indicators. It may be necessary to access crawlspaces, ceilings, attics, etc. to find the source of the contamination. Remedial action that does not address the cause for mould growth cannot be successful in the long run. A renewed contamination will occur sooner or later (even the best fungicide cannot guarantee success if the cause for the mould contamination is not removed). To control mould is to control moisture. Addressing and eliminating the moisture problem is the most important step to mould control. Monitoring temperature and humidity with a thermometer and a hygrometer is useful.

Rule of thumb for apartments and flats: Risk of mould development due to moisture condensation exists when during Autumn/Winter, at a room temperature of 20° Celsius, a relative humidity of 65% is measured during more than 3 hours per day. The measurement is done in the centre of the room, approx. 1 meter above the floor.

There are many sources of moisture. For example, the most common sources in buildings are:

a) outdoor moisture:

  • roof and plumbing leaks (especially from platform roofs);cracks in the brickwork
  • insufficient drying after construction work;
  • water intrusion due to leaks in pipes, broken water and sewer lines, flooding, etc.

b) indoor moisture:

  • inadequate heating and ventilation, especially in tightly sealed buildings
  • poor or inadequate ventilation in bathrooms without a window;
  • condensation of moisture on cold surfaces such as exterior walls. Example: Moisture will condense when cooling a surface down from 20° Celsius to 13° Celsius, at a relative humidity of 60%.

Eliminate the source of the damage through adequate repair work and eradicate the visible consequences by intensifying ventilation and/or de-humidifying the affected area, thereby removing the ideal growing conditions and inhibiting further fungal growth.

Remediation : Mould Cleanup

The application of vinegar is often recommended as an old household remedy. The problem with vinegar is that many construction materials, especially lime, have a tendency to neutralise the acetic acid. Additionally, with the vinegar new nutrients are supplied to the fungus. Bor and baking soda give equally unsatisfactory results. Fungicides are the most effective solution. However, great care is required when choosing the appropriate solution since many fungicides contain highly toxic substances (e.g. mercury, arsenic, aldehydes, …) which may have an ill effect on health when applied indoors over long periods of time. Surfactants/Quaternary Amine Compounds are selective in their effectiveness and do not eliminate all types of mould. Products containing active chlorine create strong odours and, in contact with acids, highly toxic chloric gas can develop.

A harmless and successful fungicide is Sanosil S010 with hydrogen peroxide and silver as main active components. While treating the affected area, no other substance but oxygen (O2) is released to the environment. Therefore, the negative side-effects caused by fungicidal substances being dissipated in the ambient air do not have to be feared with Sanosil S010. The very small amounts of silver remaining on the disinfected surface are invisible and non-toxic, and they effectively hinder a new contamination

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