EPA Approved Disinfection, Decontamination and Infection Prevention
We are dedicated to providing the best products and services to ensure a healthy home for your family. The TOMI SteraMist Environment System is now available enabling us to provide complete room disinfection, decontamination and infection prevention. EPA and US Food & Drug Administration Approved, this is one of the most effective room disinfectant solutions on the market today. Read on to discover everything you need to know about it, and do not hesitate to give us a call if you have any queries about the service that we provide.
Why SteraMist Sanitizing Spray?
There are a number of reasons why SteraMist is a great choice, including:
How Does Steramist Work?
SteraMist utilizes Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) that is a patented two-step process that activates and ionizes a 7.8% Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) solution through a Cold Plasma Arc. The fine fog that is created is called Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide (iHP) that contains a high concentration of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) consisting mostly of hydroxyl radicals (-OH). These hydroxyl radicals damage pathogenic organisms through cellular disruption and/or dysfunction. This allows for disinfection and decontamination of small targeted surfaces to large areas.
The iHP Process (Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide)
SteraMist features iHP technology. This is a patented process, involving two key steps, which activate and ionize 7.8 percent Hydrogen Peroxide sole active ingredient based solution into ionized Hydrogen Peroxide (iHP). However, what makes this product different from competing environmental systems is that the efficient kill is not Hydrogen Peroxide. Rather, the proper contamination and application of iHP has a high Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) concentration, which tends to consist mainly of hydroxyl radicals (OH) as the filling agent. How does this make a difference? Well, OH is one of the most powerful oxidizing agents of this nature. When using the SteraMist Sanitizing Spray, OH will kill fungal spores and bacteria, inactivating viral cells through the destruction of their lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins.