As a company, we specialise in cleaning and sanitisation. In particularly, at this time, we are extending to you more information on our service of OZONE Cleaning & OZONE SANITISATION. No medical event in recent history has had such a massive impact on global health and the economy than the Covid-19 virus. Because of this, most major economies are in some form of “Lockdown” causing significant disruption to businesses and changing the way we live our lives. Having a clean, sanitised, and healthy environment has never been as important as it is at this very moment. Sanitising our workplaces, clinics, schools and restaurants etc., is one of the key tactics to stop the spread of Covid- 19.
Our air purifying equipment is the first, and the key, part of the service. Without clean air, the premises are not going to be inhabitable and are more prone to dust and bacteria. To give your premises a complete end-to-end refurbishment, in readiness for re-opening, we are offering the following optional services: Carpet Cleaning, Window Cleaning, Office Cleaning, Domestic Cleaning, End of Tenancy, and Deep Cleaning.
Given the spread of the COVID-19 health emergency, Maid In Chelsea Cleaning guarantees and offers our customers the possibility of a thorough sanitisation and disinfection of all spaces. Using Professional Ozone for Surface Sanitisation, we are able to clean all surfaces and materials without side effects of any kind.
Anyone can request this treatment: Hotels, Restaurants, Canteens, Schools, Nursing Homes, Gyms, Medical Centres, Health & Wellness Centres, Shops, Food Warehouses, Offices, Vehicles (Cars, Buses, Taxis, and Campers), Boats (Small Cabin Cruisers & Yachts), Private Homes.
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HOW CAN YOU BE SURE THAT THE AIR PURIFICATION TREATMENT WILL WORK? DOES IT MEET ANY EU HEALTH & SAFETY OR PREMISES MANAGEMENT STANDARDS?
Ozone is widely recognised as a disinfecting agent of air and water. The Food and Drug Administration defined it as “safe agent” or gas. In Italy, it has been recognised as a “natural defence for the sanitisation of environments contaminated by bacteria, viruses, spores, etc…” by the Ministry of Health with protocol number 24482 on July 31st 1996 and as a “disinfectant and fumigate agent in the treatment of air and water” with CNSA on October 27th 2010.
Sanitising our homes, workplaces, and public spaces is a key tactic in the fight against Coronavirus, to stop the spread of COVID-19. One method of sanitisation is by using ozone. Ozone sanitisation is commonly used in hospitals to sanitise equipment and significantly reduce or eliminate the spread of bacteria. Hence the question being asked is – “Can ozone sanitisation kill the Coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease?
There are currently no examples in the public domain, of ozone sanitisation being used to kill the current strain of Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 (technical name of the Coronavirus, which causes the COVID-19 disease). However, there are reasons to believe it would be effective.
During the SARS epidemic of 2003, ozone sanitisation was successfully used to purify environments infected with the deadly Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-1, the virus, which causes the SARS disease. As SARS-Cov-1 is also a member of the Coronavirus family, it is highly likely that ozone sanitisation would be effective at killing SARS-CoV-2, the Coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 disease.
HOW DOES OZONE SANITISATION KILL CORONAVIRUSES?
Coronaviruses are classified as “enveloped viruses”, which are typically more susceptible to “physico-chemical challenges”. In other words, they do not like being exposed to ozone.
Ozone destroys this type of virus by breaking through the outer shell into the core, resulting in damage to the viral RNA. Ozone can also damage the outer shell of the virus in a process called oxidation. Put simply, exposing Coronaviruses to sufficient ozone dose (ppm x time) can result in them being 99% damaged or destroyed.
Ozone sanitation to your home will not stop you from getting the virus if you do not follow government guidelines