CM has chosen Decon-O-Logic as partner for their disinfection service to prevent cross-contamination between their customers. By doing so, they can ensure the highest level of microbial security on their rental equipment.
Rooms and processing equipment has been decontaminated with chlorine dioxide gas. Chlorine dioxide gas can also be used in contamination response to eliminate any contamination present and quickly return rooms and equipment back to production readiness. Typically all equipment in a food production facility is compatible with chlorine dioxide gas. By using a gas, all surfaces including cracks and crevices are contacted, allowing for the complete decontamination of millions of cubic feet of volume.
A 875 m³ laboratory within a beta lactam manufacturing facility was treated with chlorine dioxide gas to inactivate the various beta lactams found within the lab prior to its renovation. Chlorine dioxide gas was used due to its ability to reach all surfaces and allow for the safe renovation and reuse of the laboratory and its equipment afterward.
Polio Research Facility UAntwerpen
A polio research facility of 3200 m³, consisting of 65 combined containers, was subject to a decontamination in between 2 research groups in order to avoid any potential cross contamination from group 1 to group 2. Chlorine dioxide has been choosen because of its effectiveness and because it is easy to apply.
A 4800 m³ new university research facility was decontaminated upon completion of construction and prior to the commencement of operations. Gaseous chlorine dioxide was chosen to decontaminate the facility to ensure that all rooms and equipment were free of contamination. Decon-O-Logic was able to fumigate the facility and eliminate any organisms present while providing sporicidal kill of Biological Indicators (comprised of 1 million bacillus atrophaeus spores) placed throughout the facility to ensure the process was successful. The setup and decontamination of this facility took 2 days (1 day for setup and 1 day for decontamination and clean-up).
A 380 m³ pharmaceutical production suite consisting of various production and processing equipment was decontaminated with chlorine dioxide gas after a contamination was discovered. Even after thorough cleaning and liquid decontamination, a persistent salmonella problem could not be eradicated. Decon-O-Logic was able to fumigate the facility utilizing chlorine dioxide gas and eliminate the organisms while providing sporicidal kill of Biological Indicators (comprised of bacillus atrophaeus spores) placed throughout the facility to ensure the process was successful.
Laboratories can be decontaminated using chlorine dioxide gas on a routine basis for contamination control. Chlorine dioxide gas can also be used in contamination response to eliminate any contamination present and quickly return rooms and equipment back to a safe, working order. By using a gas, all cracks and crevices from floor to ceiling are contacted and decontaminated, ensuring a completely sterile work environment.