Air and surface Sterilization of Hospitals and Ambulances
Sterilization reduces the number of microorganisms in the air So that it is unable to cause human disease. In places where there is a high traffic of sicks, the rate of disease transmission through viruses and bacteria increases. Sterilization of air and surfaces is one of the necessary ways to prevent the growth and spread of germs. On the other hand, in hospitals, pharmacies, ambulances there are sensitive people, including sick people, olds and children, so the sterilization process must be professional and hypoallergenic.
However, the large number of auditors can increase the transmission of various diseases between people, On the other hand, much medical equipment in hospitals is shared for people, and if the sterilization process of air and surfaces doesn't correctly, may be risky for people. According to international research, about 5% of patients in the hospital infected with another infection which rises the average length of stay in the hospital from 5 to 7 days, so the disinfection process must be done more carefully and in a complete specialized way. The Zspray sterilizes the air and surfaces automatically and without need user. This device uses dry Mist technology that destroys all microorganisms in the air and it remained on glass, wood, metals, plastics, etc. This device can sterilize 200 cubic meters of space in just 20 minutes.
Ambulances are a type of vehicle is used to transport the sick and injured to the emergency room, although there are different types. These vehicles also transport patients promptly must be sterile and non-contaminated to block the spreading of diseases.
Ambulances due to transporting many patients are extremely vulnerable to contamination and must always be sterilized. Zspray device sterilizes all areas including surfaces, interior walls, beds and all equipment inside the cabin, this device creates a clean environment free of microorganisms including fungi, bacteria, viruses (Corona) for patients and ambulance crew.