We provide specialist cleaning and disinfection services to allow you to reopen with minimal downtime if a case of a contagious disease such as Coronavirus or Norovirus is confirmed or suspected in your premises.

Specialist disinfection is carried out by Global Biorisk Advisory Council Trained Technicians using a two-step process that includes cleaning high-risk contact points like door handles, light switches, taps, toilets and kitchen appliances followed by applying disinfectant using either electrostatic spraying or ultra low volume (ULV) fogging. Electrostatic spraying allows our technicians to focus disinfectant on a particular object or surface and is best for smaller areas while fogging, which involves using a machine to generate extremely small droplets of disinfectant ‘fog’, is often more suited to larger or more complex areas.

Our specialist disinfectant, Steri-7, kills up to 99.9999% of a broad range of pathogens within seconds of contact. So long as the barrier is not wiped away, our treatment provides residual protection and biosecurity reassurance between cleans – the manufacturer’s testing showed the barrier killing microbes for up to 72 hours after application. You can view the technical data for Steri-7 here.

Infection control cleaning can also be provided on a routine, proactive basis to help prevent spreading disease in high-risk or high-traffic premises.

What are the benefits of infection control cleaning for your premises?

  • Ensure the safety of your staff and customers by reducing the risk of spreading infection
  • Reopen safely and confidently – display your certificate to show your staff and customers that your premises has been deep cleaned and disinfected.
  • Reopen quickly, reducing downtime to minimise your lost earnings

Why are Plover Hygiene your perfect partner for infection control cleaning?

  • Our technicians hold formal qualifications and have both the technical knowledge and practical experience to ensure our service is delivered to the highest standard.
  • We have invested in the latest equipment and technology to increase efficiency and effectiveness of our treatments.
  • We leave every site with 100% confidence that the treatment has been effective by using test strips to verify our process.
  • Our process is safe to use around electronics, including medical equipment, and leaves no harmful residues so is food-safe.

More information on ULV fogging

Fogging is the process of using large volumes of air to transform liquids into tiny droplets that are dispersed into the atmosphere. These droplets are so small that their size is measured in microns (one micron = one thousandth of a millimetre) meaning that even a tiny volume of disinfectant has a huge active surface area.

Plover Hygiene have invested in the latest electrostatic fogging technology which applies a small positive charge to each of these tiny droplets. This has two effects:

  1. Positively charged droplets repel each other, increasing coverage.
  2. Positively charged droplets make stronger and quicker contact with surfaces compared to those from standard non-electrostatic foggers.