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Laboratories

Airandé’s focus on preventing contamination in laboratories.

Contamination in laboratories poses significant risk to researchers, other lab workers, and to public health through laboratory-associated infections.

The microbiological and biomedical laboratory is an environment where the handling of micro-organisms or samples can contaminate not only workbenches and other surfaces in the laboratory but laboratory researchers and technicians are also be at risk.

Laboratory-Acquired Infections can include chronic viruses such as HIV, HCV, HBV, Neisseria Meningitidis (Laboratory acquired Meningococcal) not to mention a range of other infection risks and exposure to hazardous microorganisms and cultures.  

The transmission of infectious agents including all pathogenic bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites that may be transmitted through body secretions, fluids, and tissues, and work practices used in the laboratory can be avoided with the right disinfection solution.

Airandé’s Disinfection Solution is easy to implement, fast acting, considerate to the environment and one of the safest options for clinical biologists, researchers and other lab personnel.

What the experts are saying:

Three important studies highlight the efficacy of vaporous hydrogen peroxide on the decontamination of laboratories.

Hall et al (2007) found that mycobacterum tuberculosis that is routinely cultured in clinical and research laboratories is highly resistant to disinfection. The authors concluded that hydrogen peroxide vapour was highly effective in deactivating both the M. tuberculosis micro-organism as well as G. stearthermophilus.

Kaspari et al (2014) concluded that the results of this study provide important results in the field of hydrogen peroxide decontamination when analysing the effect on spores other than those of G. stearothermophilus.7

Wood et al (2016) found that vapourised H2O2 provided a simple and effective decontamination method that could be widely applied in the event of a B. anthracis spore release.

The Solution

Airandé’s non-toxic, environmentally friendly disinfection solution allows laboratory researchers and technicians to eliminate contamination from bacteria, viruses, spores, yeasts, fungi, and moulds.