The Continuous Microbial Shield
STATE-OF-THE-ART ULTRA LOW VOLUME FOGGING
At Bio Knight, we use state-of-the-art Ultra Low Volume Fogging equipment to reduce the water-based sanitizer to particles that are 20-30 microns in size. The result is a fog that envelopes every surface in your home, office or automobile. We then use the same technology to apply the Bio Knight Continuous Microbial Shield which will provide 360 degree microbial protection against recontamination to all the surfaces that are most touched by you, your employees, family and patrons.
Facility Risk Assessment
Our qualified team of experts will assess the facility you require disinfection and decontamination services for
Identify High-Touch Concentration Areas
Once the high concentration areas have been identified, our team creates a plan to ensure effective treatment and application.
Disinfection Treatment Application
The state-of-the-art disinfection and long-term microbial protection system, is applied using a fogger.
Oxidation of All Surfaces
After application, all treated surfaces are left in an oxidized state to render the molecules on the treated surfaces. Oxidation is the loss of electrons during a reaction by a molecule, atom or ion. Oxidation renders the molecules on the treated surfaces “hungry” for the electrons they have lost.
Continuous Microbial Shield Application
Once clean, the sanitized, deodorized and oxidized spaces and surfaces are blanketed with the Continuous Microbial Shield. This provides continuous microbial control through a physical or mechanical process without the repeated use of harmful chemicals. It is simply revolutionary. This EPA approved (N list certified to kill COVID-19) is patented, semi-permanent, and molecularly bonds with the oxidized surfaces by sharing its electrons.
As the coating dries, millions of microscopic antimicrobial spike-like appliances form and extend from the surface. These spikes are actually long chains of positively charged atoms that represent a deadly dual-threat to microbes.
Because the cell walls of harmful microorganisms are negatively charged, they are electrostatically drawn towards and pulled onto the positively charged spikes and destroyed, as the spikes both impale and electrostatically shock the microbes
These photos were taken under an electron microscope and show how E-coli bacteria are drawn into the Continuous Microbial Shield, pierced and then electrocuted