Elder Care - Disinfect and Deodorize
Ensuring that Assisted Living and Nursing Home facilities are free from viruses and dangerous bacteria is critical during the pandemic. With SanusAer high output ozone generators, this is now possible, making the facility safer and odor free for our elderly loved ones.
In the age of the COVID-19 Pandemic, protecting your residents and staff is paramount to a successful Nursing Home or Assisted Living facility. Typical cleaning methods are no longer sufficient to ensure that all surfaces have been disinfected. A more broad-based approach, using ozone gas, is effective because it reaches everywhere air currents travel and is scientifically proven to eliminate viruses and dangerous bacteria lingering on surfaces. The use of ozone gas to disinfect / deodorize your facility is a critical tool for the “new normal” in elder care.
Problem: Cleaning a room with standard chemicals and methods is not 100% effective, because it is impossible to get to every surface. As a result, viruses and opportunistic bacteria thrive in Elder Care facilities, including (Coronavirus, MRSA, VRSA, C-diff), and pose an immediate threat to the residents. In addition, there is the ever present ‘Hospital Smell’ that is the unique combination of body odors, waste and bodily fluids, food / beverage spills, that permeates the furniture, drapes, bedding, and carpet.
Solution: Ozone is a gas that will reach everywhere air currents travel, thus disinfecting / deodorizing the area that the housekeeping staff can't. The exclusive SanusAer® design provides the most effective delivery of Ozone to a given treatment area, resulting in a faster, more complete room sanitization and elimination of problem odors.
Note: Treating a room with Ozone ensures that the next occupant will not be living in the filth / bacteria / odors from the previous resident. New patients, their family, and visitors will enjoy a fresh smelling room, that has been disinfected by Ozone, made safe by the elimination of the microorganisms behind the odor.