Coronavirus Cleaning Company - UV Light
UV light is a proven technology when it comes to reducing bacteria, viruses and other harmful microorganisms that pose a risk to human health. Ultraviolet (UV-C) light kills or inactivates microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. As well as offering standard deep clean services, Avolution is also a coronavirus cleaning company, able to assist with decontamination.
For many years, UV germicidal lamps have been used for disinfection of air and surfaces within hospitals, care homes, laboratories and many other organisations where hygiene and cleanliness are of utmost importance. In light of the current Coronavirus outbreak, UV is just one of the many technologies available and being utilised to help reduce and control the spread.
The first stage of the cleaning is to clean down everything using a suitable anti bacterial solution removing as many traces of the virus as possible, fogging can be done second if there are areas that cannot be reached or there are too many small items such as toys, products, tools ect that cannot be cleaned well enough by hand. Thirdly if food items are present the UV light machine can be used.
UVC germicidal hand lamp for cleaning and decontamination
A high-performance, handheld UV lamp for disinfection of equipment and surfaces. Offers a high UVC output at 254nm to reduce bacteria and viruses in seconds.
Whether it's a public space like a surgery, washroom or waiting room, or a staff zone like an office, the need for thorough cleaning has never been more important than right now.
Anywhere that can be touched could present a problem, and your customers/visitors/staff will be reassured knowing that they are in a clean environment.
We've got the equipment, the know-how and the capacity to help you.
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A recent customer left us this review:
"Chris came into our head office, which had been affected by coronavirus and decontamination ready for our staff to return to work the following day."
Facilities Manager, Amersham, March 2020