SDG Questions

Our Smart Disinfection Gates are equipped with enough nozzles to spray the whole body or goods that pass through. It tries to achieve 100% fog coverage without dead-zones.

We have high-pressure fogging pumps within the range of 40 - 70 bars. These pumps produce dense and vaporized disinfectants (about 5-20 microns) that do not wet clothes and surfaces.

No, you can't get wet from passing through our Smart Disinfection Gate. Because of our high-pressure pumps, the particles are very negligible and evaporated immediately.

Yes, depending on the size of the goods. We can also customize what works best for your business/organization.

At the entrance of public places such as hospitals, public offices, pharmacies, supermarkets, airports, ports, banks, warehouses, etc.

Studies from the World Health Organization approve 0.02-0.05% (200-500ppm) Sodium Hypochlorite Solution ( a disinfectant agent) for short term exposure. It takes only 4 seconds to walk through the tunnel.

We do not provide chemicals for our clients, but we recommend NAFDAC-approved disinfectants that are non-toxic to the environment and the human body.

Smartcoat Questions

  • SmartCoat™ is an ecological disinfectant and sanitizer.
  • It is made of distilled water (almost 95%), titanium dioxide, and a trace amount of isopropyl alcohol and silver nitrate.
  • Nano is derived from the Greek word for "dwarf ".
  • 1 nanometer is approximately 100,000 times thinner than a human hair.
  • Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing science of producing and utilizing nano-sized particles that measure in nanometers (1 nanometer = 1 billionth of a metre).
  • The term nanoparticle is generally used to indicate particles with dimensions less than 100 nanometers
  • For comparison, a smoke particle is about 1,000 nanometers in diameter.
  • Air purification
  • Anti-bacterial
  • For Epidemic (H5N1, SARS, MRSA) defense
  • For disease prevention
  • For hospital, public room, home daily anti-bacterial treatment
  • For anti-bacterial surface treatment
  • Anti-mold & anti-moss
  • For use on stucco, concrete, wood, marble, granite, metal, paint, panels.
  • Deodorization
  • All surfaces ( wood, metal, tile, plastic, fabric, etc )
  • Titanium is the 9th-most common element on earth and titanium oxide is used as a white pigment in paint and cosmetics. As a pigment a lower grade titanium dioxide is used.
  • For photocatalyst applications like air-purifying, anti-bacterial use and self-cleaning purposed a very high-grade photo reactive titanium dioxide is used.
  • Its high levels of reaction to light enable it to act as a catalyst to produce large quantities of hydroxyl radicals that cause the oxidation of organic matter, sterilise most bacteria and clear the air of pollutants.
  • Titanium dioxide can do this without changing its own structure, thereby causing it to have an indefinite life span.
  • It is non-toxic to the environment and humans.
  • TiO2 used as photocatalyst is physically and chemically safe, the US certified it as a food additive in 1968 and Japan did in 1983.
  • It is now used widely in making white chocolates and functional cosmetics, including lipsticks.
  • The Food Analysis Center of Japan Food Research Laboratories and Mitsubishi Chemical Safety Institute Ltd. demonstrated its safety through skin simulating tests and oral toxicity test.
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    UV-C Questions

  • Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.
  • How UV Disinfection Works. Unlike chemical approaches to water disinfection, UVprovides rapid, effective inactivation of microorganisms through a physical process. When bacteria, viruses and protozoa are exposed to the germicidal wavelengths of UVlight, they are rendered incapable of reproducing and infecting.
  • Relatively low doses of blue light -- about 100 seconds' worth -- killed off about 30% of MRSA in laboratory cultures. Longer doses were more effective, although with diminishing returns.
  • UV light can have efficient inactivation of bacteria up to a distance of eight feet on either side and exposure time of 30 minutes is adequate.
  • UV lamps contain a small amount of mercury, either in a free state within the lamptube, or imbedded within the lamp tube's surface. When electricity is applied to the lamp, this mercury is “excited” and emits UV light. The exact wavelengths emitted depend on the vacuum pressure within the lamp tube itself.
  • UVC light is part of the ultraviolet light spectrum and emits a high frequency of UV light that makes it extremely effective at killing bacteria, viruses, mold and other pathogens. Killing bacteria with UV light requires the use of germicidal wavelengths of 185-254 nanometers (nm).
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