PathoSure: Disinfection that is Mobile, Effective, and Lasting
What is PathoSure?
A complete system designed to keep people healthier and safer by reducing the spread of pathogens. Using EPA registered products and electrostatic spraying technology, a trained technician applies a broad spectrum disinfectant and a photocatalytic sealant to clean surfaces that have been or could be infected with pathogens. These solutions work together to kill infections and bacteria and control the spread of pathogens for up to 3 months.
Where Can it be Used?
The PathoSure system not only provides decontamination of surfaces; the EPA-registered antimicrobial agent also improves the indoor air quality of:
- Medical Facilities
- Schools & Educational Facilities
- Childcare Centers
- Surgery Centers
- Emergency Response Units
- Transportation Hubs
- Senior Living Facilities
- Fitness Centers
- Commercial Properties
Why Choose PathoSure?
When Cleanup & Total Restoration applies PathoSure, you are able to effectively control viruses, bacteria, fungi, and odors utilizing a proven, EPA-registered disinfectant and sanitizer, with the residual elimination of specific organisms. There is no wiping so there is no cross-contamination. This solution is more effective and less expensive than other disinfection methods and with the photocatalytic sealer it provides additional protection after disinfection and sanitizing and is ideal for high-touch surfaces.
The PathoSure system provides the most advanced functional antimicrobial system available today, providing pathogen control on all solid surfaces. The system is designed to be applied as often as needed, as a single occurrence, or in the event of an emergency. The PathoSure system:
- is applied using an electrostatic sprayer that disperses positively-charged particles in order to surround and protect surfaces,
- removes odors and breaks down dangerous VOCs and pollutants in the air, and
- is non-toxic to humans and animals (Lowest toxicity category 4).
The New Alternative
As surface contamination and healthcare-acquired infections have become more prevalent, the PathoSure system of products and application provides a more consistent and cost-effective alternative to traditional disinfection procedures. Other traditional methods can be ineffective or expensive. The PathoSure system provides quicker, mobile, cost-effective and lasting approval to surface disinfection.
A Better Way to Disinfect
Using an electrostatic spraying method for delivery of disinfectant and sealants ensures a more consistent and uniform coating and provides more effective surface disinfection which in turn reduces infections.
The PathoSure systems help:
- Reduce the risk of infection
- Minimize pathogen surface contamination
- Increase HCAHPS scores
- Improve employee morale and retention
- Enhance your reputation
Re-entry to Affected Area Faster
Using the PathoSure system in affected areas can allow for quicker re-entry for staff, patients, and visitors. The process from start to finish depends on the square footage of the area being treated; as well as the number of contents in the area, but it would typically take about 1 hour to apply the 2 main products in a 2,000 square foot space.
Reduce Infection. Improve Care.
The PathoSure system can be used in various healthcare settings including, but not limited to patient rooms, common areas, operating rooms, triage areas, patient transport vehicles, nurse’s stations, emergency rooms, hallways, therapy areas, restrooms, scrub in areas, etc. After the application is complete the room can be used in as little as 10 minutes. Common kills times are as follows:
- C.Diff 5 minutes
- Hepatitis B Virus 5 minutes
- HIV Type 1 5 minutes
- Influenza A (H1N1) 30 seconds
- Rotavirus 30 seconds
- MRSA 2 minutes
- E.coli 10 minutes
- Salmonella 4 minutes
- Staphylococcus 10 minutes
Additional viruses and fungus that can be treated:
- Respiratory Syncytial Virus [RSV]
- Adenovirus Type 2
- Avian Influenza A
- influenza A [VR-544, Hong Kong strain]
- Murine Norovirus [MNV-1]
- Norovirus [as Feline Calicivirus]
- Herpes Simplex Type 1 [VR-733 F(1) Strain]
- Rhinovirus [R37 VR-1 147, Strain 151-1]
- Polio Type 2 [VR-1002, Lansing Strain]
- Athlete’s Foot Fungus