This method of disinfection is part of a complete hygiene process (cleaning, disinfection of specific surfaces and disinfection by air). ASD is a process based on a device-product pair. The machine is associated to the disinfectant for registration and performance testing according to efficacy standards.
Most of the disinfectants used are based on hydrogen peroxide or a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and peracetic acid, preferably ready for use. As it is a biocide, its use is highly regulated (European biocidal directive) and must have obtained a MA (Marketing Authorisation) or registration. This authorisation, although it may be valid for contact disinfection, must also indicate a use in ASD.
The NF T72-281 standard version 2014 defines the effectiveness of an ASD process on bacteria, moulds, yeasts, bacterial spores and viruses with an effective single dose. We present a disinfectant that was the subject of these successful tests according to NF T72-281 standard version 2014 with the Phileas® process.
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A ready-to-use disinfectant that is effective against a broad range of microorganisms, NF T72-281 (2014) compliant (tested with Phileas® technology), and free from additives. After disinfection, the product is entirely degraded into free oxygen molecules and water, with no residue.
MyPhileas® is a tablet-based application that provides the user with control and monitoring capabilities without the need to be in the room. Disinfection can be programmed, controlled and monitored via Wi-Fi communications, while status reporting can be collected and reviewed on the tablet or transferred to a computer.
With more than 50 years worth of experience and expertise in design, engineering and manufacturing, Allentown solutions are not only crafted to perfection, they are also meticulously documented to provide users with all of the information needed to maximize their value. Take a closer look by downloading the data sheet.
Not for use in USA, not EPA Approved