The Solution

AIR L.O.G.® is produced from natural, biodegradable materials, which in the concentrations used are absolutely innocuous.

AIR L.O.G.® achieves a highly enhanced antimicrobial activity by means of its unique combination of H2O2 with functional plant extracts. The quantity of H2O2 administered in the form of AIR L.O.G.® is significantly below the maximum workplace concentration of 0.5 ml/m3 (0.7 mg/m3). Due to the liberation of oxygen radicals and reactive oxygen species, microbial cell membranes are penetrated and microbial proteins are denatured. The antimicrobial activity is based on the oxidative property, as this irreversibly destroys the biological systems of microbial, but not of human cells which are protected by higher concentrations of protective enzymes.

With the aid of ultrasound technology, the aerosol AIR L.O.G.® is dispersed in air and is converted into an invisibly, microfine mist without the formation of condensates. The range of sizes of the aerosol particles corresponds to the dimensions of the targeted microorganisms, enabling the disinfectant to reach even poorly accessible locations in each room. AIR L.O.G.® thus dispersed in air is distributed uniformly in rooms and reaches all existing surfaces. By means of this “No-Touch Disinfection”, human error in the application of hygiene is avoided and moreover sizeable cost advantages may be realized.

The application of AIR L.O.G.® provides an environmentally compatible and toxicologically innocuous antimicrobial activity against bacteria, yeasts, molds and certain viruses. Depending on the type of microorganism, elimination rates of more than four powers of ten (>99.99%) are achieved in 60 minutes.

The antimicrobial activity of AIR L.O.G.® encompasses, among others, vegetative microorganisms such as Salmonella typhimurium (S. enterica ssp. I ser. typhimurium), Listeria monocytogenes, Staphylococcus aureus including the methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA), Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus faecalis, Escherichia coli including the enterohemorrhagic variant EHEC and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.


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