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New ultra-portable surface sanitisation solution aids continuous cleaning applications

* Goodway-BioSpray.jpgGoodway Technologies is launching BioSpray-5, a lightweight, ultra-portable surface sanitisation system that helps to improve the overall safety and wellbeing of occupants by effectively disinfecting surfaces against bacteria and viruses quickly.

This solution is ideal for applications where continuous cleaning is required; there is a need to turn around space quickly, and areas where sensitive electronic equipment is present.

The BioSpray-5 is packaged in a heavy-duty, yet lightweight case which includes an innovative CO2 based propelled system that provides better coverage than traditional pump sprayers while using less chemical. It is designed for intermittent spraying of alcohol-based sanitisers, like disinfectant BioSpray-D2, and doesn't require any power. It also comes with a built-in handle for portability and ease when moving to the next application.

"Businesses that experience higher traffic and turnaround are facing an even greater level of demand when it comes to sanitisation," says Tim Kane, president of Goodway Technologies. "The mobility of the BioSpray-5 allows businesses to quickly, yet effectively, perform sanitisation and disinfection throughout the entire facility."

For quick sanitisation and disinfection, alcohol-based solutions work best. Initially developed for hospital and healthcare locations, this technology delivers fast-acting sanitising and disinfecting in a quick-drying formula that kills bacteria and viruses rapidly and evaporates in 60 seconds or less. Typically, alcohol cannot be sprayed due to flammability concerns. However, the innovative BioSpray CO2 system renders the alcohol inflammable. Plus, the lab-calibrated gun system produces micro-droplets of sanitiser, providing more effective coverage of all surface areas than trigger sprayers.

BioSpray-D2 alcohol-based disinfectant is EPA registered, food contact surface safe and offers a variety of bacterial and viral kills claims. Due to its quick-drying characteristics, it is also safe for use around water-sensitive equipment and machinery, making it a versatile solution for sanitising a variety of food and non-food surfaces throughout the building. It also reduces the amount of labour needed to sanitise while using less chemical volume versus pump spraying techniques.


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