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Application Services

Electrostatic Coating Service Plan

Step 1: CONSULTATION and TESTING

Sterile Environments will evaluate the areas in your work or home environment known to harbour large colonies of germs and will recommend the correct antimicrobial treatments that will best protect the types of surfaces present. We will perform ATP testing** (see bottom of page) on several areas to determine the best sterilization plan.

Step 1: SWAB surface for pathogens                                                    Step 2: Insert SWAB into Luminometer

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3: 15 second reading in luminometer reveals bio-load (Germs) levels on surface(s).

Step 2: PRE-TREATMENT: Sterile Cleaning

To ensure the durability of our service, the environment surfaces being treated need to be free of dust, dirt, and oil. Sterile Environments provides an Pre-Application cleaning service. This includes the removal of dust, dirt, grime and oil from all surfaces that will be treated. We use a professional grade surface sterilant and disinfectant – mPerial™. This provides the perfect compliment and conditions for Bacteria Shield™ COATING application.

This service does not include the cleaning of carpet, textiles, or fabrics. Also does not include the removal or disposal of trash and/or excessive grime/mold.

 

Step 3: Bacteria Shield™ COATING ANTIMICROBIAL SPRAY TREATMENT

Electrostatic Wrap-Around
Electrical charging causes an attraction force between the sprayed drops and the target surfaces. The electrical charge on the spray droplets is small but the force of attraction to the surface is strong since the sprayed particles are lightweight. The electrical force which pulls the spray towards the surface is 40 times greater than the force of gravity. This means when the droplets approach the target surface, they will reverse direction and move upwards against gravity. The electrostatic wrap-around phenomenon occurs as droplets move quickly towards the target. The level of charge is important for the electrostatic effect. Other electrostatic sprayers have not been able to produce a charge high enough to give a significant electrostatic benefit. Sterile Environment nozzles produce the highest charge level of any electrostatic sprayer.

Sterile Environments will electro-statically apply our Bacteria Shield™ antimicrobial coating to the surface areas of the selected rooms or spaces. The charged coating imparts a biostatic activity that provides a durables protection, continually working 24/7 for up to 18 months, to inhibit the growth of microbes, which cause sickness, stains, and odors.

This service does not include the cleaning of carpet, textiles, or fabrics. Also does not include the removal or disposal of trash and/or excessive grime/mold.

 

 

 

Step 4: POST-APPLICATION ATP TESTINGS (see Step #1 again)

To confirm the effects of our Bacteria Shield™ COATING application Sterile Environments offers Post-Application ATP testing. This means that you can schedule an ATP test for 30/90/180 days after the application on the areas you choose to test during the consultation. The lower ATP levels will show the effectiveness of the service.

Step 5: SERVICE CALLS

Sterile Environments offers a 6/9/12-month surface protection service calls. This service provides a free pre-application cleaning and application of our antimicrobial treatment to surfaces that are altered or damage within the 12 months after application. This service does not include treated surfaces that are exterior or outdoors or are recovered or painted over after the initial application.

*** WHAT IS ATP (GERM) TESTING?

ATP testing is a process using the SystemSURE Plus Hygiene/sanitation Luminometer (below) to detect ATP found in organic matter and microorganisms. ATP is the universal energy molecule found in all plant, bacteria, fungi, and mold cells. The presence of ATP on a surface indicates that the surface has not been properly cleaned and has the potential to harbour and support bacterial growth.

The ATP test is a process of rapidly measuring actively growing microorganisms through detection of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP.

ATP readings 0-100 is CLEAN, 100-200 is MARGINAL, 201+ in need of sanitation.