Ozone-O3 multi-sanitizing station

Make your transport services safe with the Ozone-O3 multi-sanitation station .

The Corona Virus pandemic has made sanitation operations an important requirement to protect the safety and health of employees and customers.

In addition to the products for external washing, Iteco Washing Systems also has among its solutions the new Ozone-O3 multi-sanitizing station: a portable station designed for the sanitation of closed environments such as transport vehicles (trucks, buses and rental vehicles) and rooms of buildings from 150 a 300 m3.

Double processing circuit

The multi-sanitizing station has a double processing circuit: Ozone generator (O3) and a nebulization system.

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The Ozone Generator (O3) allows you to perform air disinfection and the elimination of volatile pollutants.

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The nebulization system releases the disinfectant solution based on hydrogen peroxide (H2 O2) into the air, capable of eliminating the presence of microorganisms harmful to health such as viruses and bacteria, even on hard surfaces.

Remote management system

Ozone-O3 also guarantees the safety of the operator in charge of sanitization, thanks to the remote control system via smartphone application.

By downloading the Air-O3 Android smartphone app, you can manage sanitization operations with the bluetooth of your phone while maintaining a safe distance avoiding direct and dangerous exposure to ozone gas.

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For information on Iteco Washing Systems’ Ozone-O3 Multi-sanitizing station:

Suspension of activities for the Christmas holidays

Company closing days during the Christmas holidays

During the Christmas period on Thursday 24th and Thursday 31st December, the Iteco Washing Systems company will be closed and all production activities will be suspended.

We take this opportunity to wish customers and collaborators a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all our staff.

Instructions on sanitation operations

Overview of sanitation operations: difference between detergent products and degree of effectiveness in neutralizing micro-organisms.

Sanitation is a set of processes aimed at eliminating dirt and harmful micro-organisms present in a specific area. For those who do not work in the sectors dedicated to the cleaning or sterilization of places and objects, they tend to ignore that operations such as cleaning, sanitation and disinfection are different methods of treatments classified according to the effectiveness in neutralizing organisms harmful to health.

In this article we want to clarify the difference between these terms and make it clear in which cases their applications are needed.

Cleaning

These are all those operations in which detergent products are used to eliminate dirt visible to the naked eye: mud, dust, grease, liquids, organic material, etc. These operations do not guarantee the neutralization of micro-organisms harmful to health such as viruses, bacteria or fungi, however it is an indispensable operation for the purposes of the subsequent phases of sanitation and disinfection.

Sanitation

These are those cleaning processes that help eliminate part of the microbiological contamination present in an area that cannot be removed with ordinary cleaning. In this procedure, detergent products are applied that do not have proven disinfectant properties, but they help to reduce the microbiological load and bring it back to acceptable parameters based on the intended use of the environments concerned. Sanitation must always be preceded by cleaning.

Disinfection

It is the only cleaning process that involves the use of biocidal products capable of destroying or inactivating pathogenic microorganisms through a chemical reaction or physical action. Disinfectant products are defined as such by the competent authorities (such as the Ministry of Health) after a series of tests in which their degree of biocidal efficacy on bacteria, viruses and / or fungi are tested. Disinfection must be preceded by cleaning to prevent dirt residues from compromising the effectiveness of this process