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A must-have for the prevention of hospital associated infections

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ASP GLOSAIR™ Automated Area Decontamination Solution: key in the prevention of HAIs

Safe. Effective. Convenient. The GLOSAIR™ Automated Area Decontamination solution is proven in the prevention of hospital associated infections. GLOSAIR™ is essential for infection control in hospitals and works well alongside manual cleaning methods in healthcare facilities. ASP’s signature infection prevention product, it consistently protects patients against pathogens of key concern, such as MRSA, C.difficile and norovirus.


  • Low concentration of 5%-6% hydrogen peroxide mist reduces microbial load without leaving toxic residues
  • Non-corrosive and biodegradable solution
  • Decontamination cycle can be run by remote control


  • A mist of H2O2 is more effective than 0.5% sodium hypochlorite solution in eradicating C.difficile spores[1]
  • Proven to reduce hospital MRSA on hospital wards[2]
  • Provides an effective solution for consistent surface disinfection


  • Transportable unit for mobility across your facility
  • Easy programming and operation
  • Full tracking and traceability


Find out more about GLOSAIR™ Automated Area Decontamination Solutions

1Barbut F, Menuet D, Verachten M, Girou E. Comparison of the efficacy of hydrogen peroxide dry-mist disinfection system and sodium hypochlorite solution for eradication of Clostridium difficile spores. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2009; 30:507-514

2Boyce JM, Havill NL, Otter JA, et al. Impact of hydrogen peroxide vapour decontamination on Clostridium difficile environmental contamination and transmission in a healthcare setting. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2008;29:723-729

3French GL, Otter JA, Shannon KP, Adams NMT, Watling D, Parks MJ. Tackling contamination of the hospital environment by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA): a comparison between conventional terminal cleaning and hydrogen peroxide vapour decontamination. J Hosp Infect. 2004;57:31-37

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