FULLERTON, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Standard routine chemical cleaning and sanitizing are not enough to battle the bacteria and viruses found in many different work environments, says Disinfect Schools (DisinfectSchools.com). UV-C surface and air treatments can be used as a second measure to combat dangerous pathogens.
DisinfectSchools.com is dedicated to bringing products, training and technologies specializing in the UV-C ultraviolet disinfection technology. It is a non-chemical approach to disinfection. UV-C light destroys microorganisms, including bacteria, virus, protest, fungus and mold. Ultraviolet disinfection attacks the DNA/RNA of a cell, rendering it unable to reproduce or spread.
The high energy from short wavelength UV-C light is absorbed in the cellular RNA and DNA, damaging nucleic acids and preventing microorganisms from infecting and reproducing.
DisinfectSchools.com is committed to bringing disinfection products, technologies and the training to school maintenance and facilities departments that, up until now, have been exclusively utilized in hospitals, surgery rooms and other healthcare facilities to schools and colleges using the UV-C ultraviolet light technology.
Simple cleaning and sanitizing will not be enough. “Disinfecting of schools, like hospitals and healthcare facilities, will be the new norm going forward,” said Aftab “AJ” Jiwani, CEO & Founder of www.disinfectschools.com.
For additional information and details regarding acquiring the products and training for your school(s) and facilities to implement routine disinfecting processes, please visit http://www.disinfectschools.com/ to get more information.
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