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Electrostatic disinfection is the most effective way for businesses to protect patrons from the potential spread of disease. What separates this method from traditional techniques is its ability to disinfect hidden surfaces. This is crucial for businesses – like restaurants – which have several touchable surfaces that have a high rate of contact.
Electrostatic disinfection begins with a specially designed solution that passes through the electrostatic sprayer and is given a negative charge. This negative charge causes the particles in the disinfectant to repel each other and spread more evenly, while simultaneously being attracted to nearby surfaces. This attraction causes the spray to coat surfaces evenly and reach every small corner.
Given the prevalence of COVID-19 and other airborne illnesses, electrostatic disinfection is essential for any business that seeks to keep their customers safe from the potential spread of disease. Through utilizing Micron’s electrostatic disinfection services you will find comfort in knowing that every surface within your Los Angeles and New York property has been cleaned of any harmful bacteria.
At Micron we understand the importance of utilizing compounds that have the strength to neutralize bacteria without causing any harm to the surfaces we are disinfecting. The disinfectant we use for fogging is infused with chlorine dioxide which is is noncorrosive. This makes it ideal for use on not only sensitive objects like computers and televisions, but also cars and boats.
We want our clients to feel safe when using our products. Therefore, we do not use bleach in our chemical disinfectant. Instead, our substance breaks down into a simple salt and does not emit harmful by-products into the environment. Not only is the chemical safe for food contact; it does not need to be rinsed with water after it dwells and does not irritate skin.
At Micron we understand that if you choose us you expect the disinfected area to be in better condition than it was before we got to it. With you in mind we utilize a non-ionic product that does not break down acid dye blockers in fiber which are designed to preserve the color of fabrics. Our product is safe for synthetic carper fibers such as nylon and olefin (or polypropylene). However, the chemical we use is not intended for wool. Not only does it disinfect, it is also highly effective for removing urine and smoke odors.
Micron is a progressive, women owned business that knows every aspect of successful and efficient disinfection. We achieve industry-leading results by utilizing (EPA-certified) hospital grade disinfectants in conjunction with products approved against SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19. Micron offers a holistic approach to a safer space to work, play, and live. Our "real time" monitoring system works around the clock to keep spaces safe even when they're unoccupied.
Most of our team is comprised of native Angelenos who are acutely aware of how the coronavirus has impacted businesses and families in the LA area. Micron offers documented, tested, and conclusive results which gives clients knowledge of what's truly going on with their air quality/safety. Being the most trusted disinfection prevention partner in the southern Los Angeles region isn’t just a business for us; it’s personal.
We understand that even with the availability of vaccines, we are all still faced with a “new normal.” At Micron our group understands that disinfecting schools, homes, and businesses is only one important aspect of what we do. We also provide extensive communication packages that include hang tags, window signs, and professionally produced videos. These resources allow users to successfully communicate mitigation efforts to co-workers and clients.
At Micron we utilize innovative cleaning methods to disinfect businesses, schools, and homes. Our “Three Prong Approach” ensures a process of continual care and peace of mind for our clients. This process consists of “electrostatic flogging,” “ULV (ultra low volume) flogging,” and “surface spraying.” The ideal disinfection plan for your space may include all or some of these methods.
“Electrostatic flogging” is our fastest method of disinfection. Through this process a disinfection solution is broken down into very small droplets which form a mist that has been atomized so that it sticks to surfaces. This method is ideal for areas with sensitive equipment. To ensure effectiveness and safety, humans and animals must be cleared from the area being flogged. This process also requires full PPE (personal protective equipment) to be worn by technicians.
Another disinfection technique utilized at Micron is “ULV (ultra low volume) flogging.” This method is similar to “electrostatic flogging” except the solution is not atomized. After technicians (in PPE) spray the area, the mist is left to sit for 10 minutes. Finally, the space must be aired out for 20 minutes before it can be occupied by people or animals.
The third disinfection method is “surface spraying.” It is just as simple as it sounds. A disinfectant is sprayed and left to dwell for 10 minutes. Over that time period the substance kills any harmful viruses or pathogens. There is no need to wipe down surfaces after they are sprayed with this solution. The disinfectant is food-contact safe and non-irritating to people and animals. Unlike “electrostatic” and “ULV” flogging, no PPE (personal protective equipment) is required for technicians and the space can be occupied while the solution is being sprayed. This method is ideal for spaces that cannot be closed or completely vacated.
At Micron we implement a trusted system that is vetted by experts in infection prevention and control. Our knowledge of disinfection solutions gives our clients confidence in our ability to keep their work places safe. Feel free to contact us so we can see which approach is best for your home or workplace.
Another industry heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic has been the sports industry. For example, given the impact the NFL has around the world, the league was determined to conduct a full season in the healthiest way possible. Some of the measures that were obvious to those viewing the games was the limited stadium seating designed to maintain social distancing guidelines amongst fans. Another measure that could be easily seen was the masks being worn by coaches, referees, and players who were on the sideline. These procedures played an important role in achieving a degree of health and safety that would keep the season from being suspended or cancelled.
However, football is a visceral contact sport in which social distancing guidelines would be nearly impossible to implement within the game itself. Furthermore, NFL health and safety protocols did not require players to wear protective masks while performing on the field. Therefore, a lot of work had to be done behind the scenes to insure that players, coaches, and staff members were limiting their chances of infection throughout the weeks leading up to game-days.
This is where the innovative techniques of Micron Disinfection came into play. We had the pleasure of partnering with the Los Angeles Chargers to ensure that their facilities did not become a “hot-bed” for the coronavirus. With hundreds of people coming in and out of the practice buildings and offices on a daily basis, we had to work around the clock to insure that all surfaces were being thoroughly disinfected and monitored. We traveled with the team for away games and ensured hotels were disinfected up to our standards and to ensure he safety of everyone involved. We worked hand-in hand with the Infection Control Officer for the LA Chargers: Catherine Iste. Here’s what she had to say…
At Micron Disinfection our purpose is to create a healthy environment for your workplace or home. It is a source of pride for us to be a “wellness pioneer” amongst every community that utilizes our services. We follow EPA guidelines and use only the best chemicals that are both EPA-approved and environmentally friendly. Over the past several months Micron has been helping clients stay calm as they navigate the safest way to reopen and remain healthy amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
The film industry has been a sector of business prominently impacted by Covid-19. Unlike most office jobs: many directors, actors, and producers do not have the luxury of being able to work from home. Instead, these individuals rely on face-to face interactions in order to create the content that is helping millions of people stay entertained during this difficult time. Several content providers rely on our disinfection services to keep their sets clean, healthy, and Covid-free. We take these tasks very seriously because we know that in order for our clients to deliver their best work, they have to be healthy.
Our innovative surface disinfection and air purifying technologies allow us to be the industry standard. Trusted partners like Netflix, HBO, and Apple TV are confident in our ability to be the barrier between health and sickness. Micron is the first disinfection company in the entertainment industry that combines science-based solutions for both surface and air cleaning, with real-time air quality monitoring systems, so your production can keep working safely.
We are excited to announce our Micron Safe Air program! In an era that threatens to be defined by the Covid-19 virus, our company provides trusted solutions that create healthier spaces for people to live and work. We use our knowledge of science along with our care for people to provide lasting disinfection and air purification services to an array of clients. If you are seeking a healthier work space, Micron is the answer. Micron Disinfection is not just a disinfection service provider. We offer continual care through science-based air quality solutions for any space, along with real-time monitoring systems.
As we all seek to navigate our way through the pandemic, Micron Disinfection has emerged as one of the most trusted providers for disinfection services. As a company we take pride in utilizing innovative products designed to give our customers a sense of safety and comfort. We use a powerful air scrubber that features our “ActivePure” technology that scrubs the air and assists in virus and pathogen mitigation.
But don’t just take our word for it. We service some of the biggest names in sports, entertainment, and education. During the past NFL season we had the pleasure of working with the Los Angeles Chargers. When speaking with Jon Lucas, who serves as the team’s Director of Facilities and Construction, he said “Micron’s ability to meet all of our team’s needs in a timely manner is a load off our shoulders.” This is what our Micron Safe Air program is all about. Exceeding the expectations of our clients.
It seems that our daily lives will continue to be affected by COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) for the foreseeable future. Due to this new lifestyle there are extra precautionary steps that we all must take to help prevent the spread of the virus and protect those around us. Here is a list of easy things to do and not to do when cleaning and disinfecting your home this season.
Please make sure to read all instructions and labels for the cleaning products you use to ensure you and your family stay safe. It is important to routinely clean and disinfect high touch areas and any areas or items that may have come in contact with any infected people. As we enter flu season in the middle of a pandemic, it is now more important than ever to take extra steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to continue using face masks when out in public.
Recent changes that have affected the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic have drastically affected our routines. One specific routine that has been altered is the checklist you go through when leaving the house. Keys, wallet, sunglasses, and now the mask.
The CDC recommends everyone should wear a face mask when out in public in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. There are different types of masks available such as N95 masks, cloth masks, DIY masks, surgical masks, and more.
N95 masks are suggested to be donated to essential workers who are most at risk of contracting the virus. Cloth masks are acceptable for civilians to use to prevent prevent spreading the virus by providing layers of cloth as protection. Surgical masks are fluid resistant and protect you from droplets and sprays that should be discarded after use.
With our daily use of masks also comes certain knowledge on how to properly wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Here is a list of do’s and dont's when wearing a mask.
Wash your hands with soap and water before putting on your mask. You can also use hand sanitizer when you do not have soap and water available.
If you are wearing a surgical mask make sure the color is facing outside, and the white side is facing inside.
Hold the mask by the ear loops and place over your ears. Make sure it completely covers your nose and mouth.
Use your fingers to press down the wire to fit the shape of your nose.
Avoid touching the front of your mask.
Do not wear your mask only covering your mouth or nose. It must cover both.
Do not wear a loose mask as particles can easily be transmitted.
Avoid touching the front of the mask while wearing it and when taking it off.
Do not remove your mask to talk to someone or do other activities that require touching your mask.
Do not leave your used mask within reach of others.
Remember that masks alone cannot protect you from COVID-19. Stay at least 6 feet away from others and wash your hands frequently. There is still so much to learn about this virus and until we learn more, we all have to do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19.