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How Does a Disinfectant Fogger Work?

Updated May 20, 2021

COVID-19 has opened a lot of people’s eyes to different types of disinfectants and all the technological advancements that have happened in the disinfecting and sanitization field. One of the most popular disinfection techniques these days is fogging, which has been around for a long time but was previously used for different purposes, like the cosmetic fog machines used in concerts and movies. However, recently, thanks to advancements in technology, people have discovered what is perhaps the best use for fog machines, which is disinfecting and sanitizing surfaces using fogging devices designed for this particular task.

Difference Between Disinfectant Foggers and Other Types of Disinfectant Devices

You might be wondering how a disinfectant fogger works and what is the difference between these devices and other types of disinfecting equipment.

Disinfectant foggers work similarly to ordinary fogging machines but with some differences, depending on the type. For instance, some fogging machines are thermal, meaning they heat up the liquid in their tanks, and the fog that is released is considered a “dry fog” that will not make the surfaces overly wet. A good example of thermal foggers is the Nano Atomizer.

Other types of fogging machines are known as ultra-low volume (ULV) cold foggers. What they do is generate a very high volume of air so they can spread their fog longer and more efficiently, making it great for larger spaces. An example of these devices is the Heavy Duty ULV Fogger. Both types of devices are great for disinfecting surfaces and for airborne disinfection. Plus, regardless of the disinfectant solution used, foggers give users the freedom of not having to wipe or rinse surfaces after fogging because they turn liquid into particles that are so tiny that can dry on their own.

PRO TIP: To get even more disinfection benefits with a fogging machine, users should consider environmentally friendly and Health Canada authorized hospital-grade disinfectants such as Ultra-Lyte, which kills 99.99% of contaminants on surfaces and in the air.

Are Disinfectant Foggers Safe?

Disinfectant foggers are efficient and safe as long as they are paired with high-quality disinfectant solutions, as previously stated. These devices take any liquid and turn it into microscopic droplets that form a “fog” that is able to reach every surface and object in a determined space where it is operated. Disinfectant foggers also eliminate odors at a molecular level, not by just masking them. But most importantly, they are safe and environmentally friendly machines that, when operated properly, are able to kill 99% of viruses and bacteria, as well as fungus, mold, and mildew at the source. These machines are safe in all environments, including kitchens, washrooms, and areas with high-touch surfaces.

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What Are the Main Uses of Disinfectant Foggers?

‍There are many scenarios where disinfectant foggers come in handy since they are much more effective and efficient than other methods of disinfecting (like hand spraying and wiping). These devices can be used to disinfect electronics, the interior of vehicles, food preparation surfaces, enclosed spaces, healthcare facilities, washrooms, elevators, and any other area that is heavily used by people and needs constant disinfection to keep its users safe.

Disinfectant foggers are also one of the few types of disinfecting devices that are effective at airborne disinfection and at reducing the transmission of airborne pathogens. This means that people can use them in enclosed areas such as offices or even warehouses, and they will kill contaminants in the air, helping people there breathe better and remain safe against respiratory diseases.

What are Some of the Different Types of Disinfectant Foggers?‍

There are various different types of fog machines, as they come in different sizes and each type is best in a certain environment. The Nano Atomizer for example is a handheld disinfectant that is better for smaller spaces such as an office cubicle. A bigger fogger disinfectant like the Heavy Duty ULV Fogger is great for a big office space that has a lot more area that needs to be covered. Lastly, the Industrial Fogger is great for warehouses and factories that usually have a very large surface area and the ceilings are typically a lot taller.

As you can see, disinfectant foggers are an advanced form of disinfecting device that is more efficient than traditional methods. A disinfectant sprayer is a great tool for personal and public use, for small businesses, and even for large companies such as manufacturers. So, if you want to disinfect an area completely and efficiently, you should think about acquiring a disinfectant fogger.

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