Facility and Equipment
Eliminating Biohazard Threats Through Facility and Equipment Biological Decontamination
Biohazards can lurk anywhere. Some sources are obvious: health care facilities, research laboratories, trauma and disaster scenes, animal remains and waste. Others areas such as locker rooms, food service prep areas and equipment, public transportation, hotels and schools are often overlooked.
ICT technicians decontaminate and disinfect manufacturing equipment.
Whether the situation is an emergency biohazard cleanup or managed maintenance, Infection Control Technologies’ decontamination and disinfection services mitigate biohazard threats from facilities and equipment. Infection Control Technologies delivers today’s most advanced tools and services to provide positive outcomes with any facility challenge.
For air and large surface decontamination with hard-to-reach areas, Infection Control Technologies utilizes SteraMist™ with patented Binary Ionization Technology (BIT®). The process applies cold plasma activation to a hydrogen peroxide-based solution to create a suite of anti-microbial actives, including Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). Its fast-acting, broad-spectrum biological disinfection destroys micro-organisms (including spores) to a 6-Log reduction leaving no residue or noxious fumes. SteraMist™’s environmentally-friendly characteristics ensure safety for your employees and equipment while providing maximum biological log reduction for the environment you are treating.
Industrial cleaning of surfaces can be safely and effectively cleaned and decontaminated by Infection Control Technologies’ Dry Ice Blasting, also known as “CO2 Cleaning.” This cost-effective, non-abrasive, non-flammable, non-conductive, environmentally responsible technique turns dry ice into a supersonic protein remover. After vaporizing upon impact, there is no residual left behind. Dry ice cleaning can be applied to food processing equipment, kitchen equipment, material handling equipment, and other contaminated or soiled hard surfaces.
Dry Ice Blasting
“Dry Ice Blasting” uses compressed air to accelerate frozen carbon dioxide (CO2) “dry ice” pellets to a high velocity. A compressed air supply of 80 PSI/50 scfm can be used in this process. Dry ice pellets can be made on-site or supplied. Pellets are made from food grade carbon dioxide that has been specifically approved by the FDA, the EPA and the USDA.
Removing contaminants and residues with environmentally-friendly Dry Ice Blasting
Dry Ice Blasting…
- Is a non-abrasive, nonflammable and nonconductive cleaning method
- Is environmentally-friendly and contains no secondary contaminants such as solvents or grit media
- Is clean and approved for use in the food industry
- Allows most items to be cleaned in place without time-consuming disassembly
- Can be used without damaging active electrical or mechanical parts or creating fire hazards
- Can be used to remove production residues, release agents, contaminants, paints, oils and biofilms
- Can be as gentle as dusting smoke damage from books or as aggressive as removing weld slag from tooling
- Can be used for many general cleaning applications
For targeted decontamination for the Food Industry, Infection Control Technologies offers the economical BioSpray™ System. This pressurized atomization device delivers D2, an EPA-registered 5-Log Isopropyl alcohol-based healthcare grade disinfectant into to the smallest of cracks and crevices. It is approved for use on food contact surfaces. Unlike other products, it is safe for water sensitive environments with its fast drying time and minimal overall costs. Fantastic for dry process manufacturing environments, BioSpray™ can do the job in half the time compared to spray bottle application with half the product use. ICT provides its clients with BioSpray™ Systems and the training necessary to perform ongoing in-house decontamination.
Located in the heart of central New Jersey’s biotech, biomedical research and pharmaceutical industry community, Infection Control Technologies is ready to initiate emergency response or routine decontamination on an as-needed basis throughout all of New Jersey, New York City and Philadelphia areas.