At L & J Cleaning Service, Inc. we are offering the highest level and most effective electrostatic disinfectant systems available on the market today – The Halo Disinfection System®
Here’s How it Works
The HaloFogger generates a turbulent aerosol that uses evaporation to quickly disperse H202 vapor and increasingly concentrated micro-droplets everywhere in rooms to kill germs where they hide, even those spaces beyond the reach of sprays, wipes, or UV lights without damaging any electronics and machinery. Through a proprietary blend of hydrogen peroxide and antimicrobial silver ions, HaloMist acts as an all-in-one solution—from surface disinfection, to mold control and remediation, and product and forensic restoration.
The HaloFogger delivers a precise amount of disinfectant solution to eliminate pathogens in spaces found in healthcare, long-term care, and life sciences facilities, as well as in daycares, schools, athletic facilities. As a registered fungicide, bactericide, and virucide, HaloMist™ is equipped to handle any disinfection or remediation
Eliminates Infectious Pathogens
HaloMist operates at the molecular level as a forensic restoration and disinfectant solution, killing off infectious materials and remediation and controlling mold.
Non-Corrosive & Bleach Free
The HaloMist formula safely decomposes into environmentally-friendly disinfection byproducts—water, oxygen, and non-toxic silver complexes—making it both safe for people and earth-friendly. HaloMist is proven to achieve a six-log kill rate in disinfection applications. No prep is required in areas where electronics are located.
Halosil’s HaloMist TM has demonstrated effectiveness on hard, non-porous surfaces against viruses similar to the virus SARS-CoV-2, that causes Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Therefore, HaloMist can be used against this novel virus, now called COVID-19, when used in accordance with the HaloMist directions for use against the small non-enveloped viruses Feline Calicivirus (surrogate for Norovirus) and Minute virus of Mice (MVM) on hard, non-porous surfaces. Refer to the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/ for additional information.