Covid-19 Disinfecting Services

Covid-19 Disinfecting Services

Take action on coronavirus

If you are thinking of taking proactive steps to flatten the curve for the transmission of the coronavirus, it is imperative to thoroughly disinfect shared public spaces when a known or suspected exposure has been introduced by an employee, student or visitor.

Precision Biosecurity offers the right experience, the right equipment and the right antimicrobial treatment to get the job done. The chemical being used by Precision Biosecurity is registered by the US EPA for the control of coronavirus.

This new generation product is a mixture of three dual chain quaternary ammonium active ingredients (octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride, dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride and didecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride) that has a broad spectrum kill rate of microbial organisms.

 

What we don’t know

It is not known exactly how long the coronavirus lasts on a surface, but it can be from hours to a few days.

The best advice suggests that its longevity is dependent on variables such as the type of surface (plastic, metal, fabric or leather) and the amount of UV light it is exposed to. It can live for hours on doorknobs, handrails, keyboards, lift buttons and other hard surfaces, just waiting to be passed on to someone else.


What we do know

Touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching your mouth, nose or eyes means you could become ill with COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus.


The solution – Precision Biosecurity Services

One of the most effective ways to fight the spread of the coronavirus is to disinfect highly touched surfaces – surfaces touched by multiple people during a short time period.

To achieve a thorough disinfection of large public spaces requires specialist equipment and access to the right sanitising chemicals.

Precision Biosecurity Services has the correct equipment to carry out this specialist work. All of our work is carried out by professionals, dressed in the appropriate personal protective equipment, using electrostatic sprayers that blanket the room in a fine mist of disinfectant. The disinfectant is allowed to settle onto all surfaces where it breaks down the outer lipid layer of each individual virus cell and in doing so controlling the virus.

 

What we offer

The right experience, equipment and the antimicrobial treatment.

Precision Biosecurity has the experience, equipment and US EPA-listed antimicrobial products for use against the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the cause of coronavirus.

The active ingredients in our product have been found to provide superior biocidal action against a broad spectrum of microbial organisms such as: bacteria, fungi, viruses and algae.

Experience: 20 years of biosecurity treatments in Australia

Precision Biosecurity has been carrying out biosecurity treatments for the past 20 years. We work closely with:

  • NSW Department of Health for their mosquito control program at major ports of entry in NSW.
  • Biosecurity division of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.

Precision Biosecurity is also a leading treatment provider on the Australian east coast for the control of:

  • brown marmorated stink bugs
  • exotic termite species
  • exotic borers.

We are fully licensed to carry out biosecurity treatments (for insect control) in Australia and Singapore.

Take action now

Call us now to talk about the options for you.

The science

There are two types of contact transmission of coronavirus: direct and indirect.

Direct-contact transmission

Direct body-surface to body-surface contact and physical transfer of microorganisms between an infected person and non-infected person, such as kissing or even simply shaking hands.

 

Indirect-contact transmission

An infected person’s contaminated hands, not washed, contaminate intermediate objects, usually inanimate, such as door handles, work and play surfaces, lift buttons and stair rails. The non-infected person touches the same surface and picks up the microorganism.

 

Droplet transmission

Theoretically, this is a form of contact transmission.

During coughing, sneezing and talking, the transfer of microorganisms is made direct to the non-infected person or surfaces the non-infected person will touch.