Yes, as our system produces dry fog, the floor, walls and surrounding furniture will remain dry as the fog will evaporate after sanitizing rather than drop to the surface.
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The time taken to completely sanitize a room will depend on the size of the room (volume in cubic meters). Once volume of room is known please refer our timetable to identify correct fogging time forthe space.
Currently a 2 nozzle Frogga unit will consume approximately 100ml of solution per min of dry fogging.
Although the Frogga system will come with all the accessories that you will need to start fogging. An air compressor will still be required to power the unit. With the dual nozzle Frogga you will require a minimum of 75psi and CFM of 8 to run it effectively.
Minimum compressor requirements:
Motor size -3hp / Cylinders 2 / RPM - 1400 RPM Pump / Tank size - 50L / Pump displacement - 12.5CFM,355L/Min / Free Air Delivery at 90PSI - 8.76CFM,248L/Min / Voltage -230 Single Phase
You should wait at least 30 mins after the fogging process has been completely before opening the room to ventilate (settling period).
Yes, on completion of the fogging process and settling period the room should be opened for ventilation. Open all windows and doors, open or uncover HVAC vents, and turn on the HVAC system.
Approximate running time will be 50 minutes with 5 litres of solution.
In most cases yes it will as the fog will move across the room and around corners, but to aid full saturation the process could be aided with a small fan directed into the hard to reach area.
Prior to the unit being shipped out we will set up the inlet pressure regulator to our tested dry fog level (this is approx 70 - 74 psi). If the inlet pressure is lower than this, the fog will become wetter. If the inlet pressure is higher, the fog will become drier. Depending on the atmospheric conditions, temperature and humidity, this inlet pressure may need to be adjusted to maintain dry fog.
Indoor air is not cleaned by nature as with outside air. These days with more human to human viruses present, addition airborne sanitization should be part of your routine