The Sterile Science Dry Fog system provides a high technology solution to disinfect pharmaceutical suites, cleanrooms, healthcare facilities, critical production and laboratory areas.
Facility, safety and infection control managers trust Sterile Science to rapidly and effectively provide a six log kill (99.9999%) of microbial, bacterial and fungal contamination.
The Dry Fog application excels at sterilizing large complex areas in a fraction of the time it would take to manually clean. It only takes 1-2 highly trained operators to fog, whereas a large manual cleaning crew increases contamination risk.
The Dry Fog system uses a combination of industry leading cold sterilant and our state of the art Dry Fog delivery system to rapidly and safely deliver vapor to even the most complex areas. The multi-port dry fogging head allows for rapid vapor dispersion that ensures that the most distant areas are reached effectively
Typically, the entire sterilization process can be completed in less than 3 hours, depending upon room size and ventilation system efficiency, compared to up to 3-5 days with some conventional systems
The Sterile Science Dry Fog system results in substantially lower clean room downtime.
The Dry Fog System utilizes Minncare® a peracetic acid and hydrogen peroxide based proprietary chemistry developed by Mar Cor for optimized biocidal efficacy. It is a fully biodegradable sporicide that will leave no measurable air residuals. Minncare is registered by the EPA for use as a fog to enhance existing cleaning and disinfection process.
In the event of a contamination, Sterile Science can be onsite within 48 hours in most cases. This minimizes the downtown of operations to less than a day so that you are able to get back on track.
Each dry fog application is validated using biological indicators containing geobacillus stearothermophilus spores. These indicators are placed in the most challenging locations, inside equipment, confined areas, and throughout the cleanroom. This assures that each area achieves a 6-log reduction in microbial, bacterial and fungal contamination.
For a partial list of facilities using the Dry Fog system, review our Reference List or contact a Sterile Science specialist