The Halo Disinfection Method
Infection control professionals have a wealth of options in whole-room disinfection available to them nowadays. New technologies such as the Halo Disinfection System utilize dry-fogging technology offering increased efficiency and improved efficacy over other more expensive methods such as UV radiation and vapor disinfection technologies. Facilities that proactively adopt these solutions set themselves apart for their commitment to defeating infections.
In addition to lower cost, the Halo Disinfection System leads the industry in efficacy, including an EPA-validated 6-log kill rate of 99.9999 percent of C. diff spores in a whole-room, which alone is responsible for over 30k healthcare related deaths per year.
Unlike complicated VHP units, the Halo Disinfection System achieves a high standard of efficacy without the need for complicated set-up and break-down, the dangers of requiring full PPE (including gloves and respirators) and the need to flush the unit after every use.
Using a unique blend of aerosolized hydrogen peroxide, the HaloFogger upholds the highest standards for efficacy, affordability, usability and value to the customer—bringing a new standard in comprehensive value to whole-room disinfection.
What’s the Bottom Line?
The Halo Disinfection System ensures:
⋅ Complete whole-room decontamination
⋅ Ease of use
⋅ Ease of training
⋅ Low cost of ownership
⋅ Less employee time
Using the Halo Disinfection System is as simple as the six steps pictured in the infographic.