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HAIs are everybody's business. Fighting them is our business. The GLOSAIRTM 400 System has the following features and benefits:

  • Destroys pathogens in exposed and unexposed areas (nooks & crannies)
  • Safe for patients, equipment and the environment when used as directed
  • Augments your current manual cleaning process
  • H202 mist effective against HAI pathogens

Designed To Reduce The Risk of Pathogen Transmission Within the Healthcare Environment

Shown Effective Against HAI Pathogens

  • Eliminates bacteria and viruses on hard nonporous surfaces that you come into contact with every day
  • Effective in eliminating experimental MRSA from hospital furniture1
  • Effective in eliminating MRSA from upholstered chairs contaminated by patients1

Safe

The biocidal disinfectant of the GLOSAIR™ 400 System, a 5% hydrogen peroxide solution, is biodegradable, noncorrosive to materials and, when used as directed, safe for patients and equipment.

Disperses Widely

  • The mist of the GLOSAIR™ 400 System's disperses to exposed and unexposed surfaces (nooks and crannies).
  • 2.5 hours is needed for spray time & disinfection
  • Re-entry without PPE is permissible when concentration is below 1 ppm2

Augments Current Cleaning Methods

GLOSAIR™ 400 System disinfects and works with your usual cleaning practices. Follow conventional spraying and wiping with GLOSAIR™ 400 System treatments on a regular or periodic schedule.

 

* Please read and follow the User's Guide for the GLOSAIR™ 400 System prior to use for important safety information.
1. Bartels MD, Kristoffersen K, Slotsbjerg T, Rohde SM, Lundgren B, Westh H. Environmental methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) disinfection using dry-mist-generated hydrogen peroxide. J Hosp Infect. 2008;70(1):35-41.
2. Aeration time is dependent on room configuration and environment. Re-entry with PPE is permissible at levels above 1 ppm. Please read and follow regulations for necessary precautions (29 CFR 1910.134 (Respiratory Protection)). NIOSH Publication Number 2005-149.

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