By producing heat that can kill any kind of germs, bacteria, and viruses, steam sanitization COVID-19 is now an integral part of any cleaning and disinfectant efforts.
A lot has changed in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. We have all been confined to our houses almost all over Europe and in the rest of the world to safeguard against the severe threat of the deadly virus COVID-19. However, lockdown can’t be a long-term solution for a great many social and economic reasons. So, despite the ongoing threat of getting infected, normal life has resumed and is now gearing up to reach its full swing.
Amidst the many measures taken to limit or neutralize the threat of COVID-19, sanitization and personal hygiene seem to be the most effective. It’s no less stressful, however, as we lack both the manpower and the machinery to deal with sanitizing so many additional spaces used in our everyday lives. So, it’s no surprise that steam sanitization COVID-19 is gradually becoming the go-to solution for such mammoth sanitization tasks.
Today, we explore both the fundamentals, effectiveness, and the benefits of steam sanitization COVID-19 below.
What is Steam Sanitization Covid-19?
To put it simply, ‘steam sanitization COVID-19’ is a catchphrase for the use of steam as a sanitization means against COVID-19. It is a powerful process to clean, sanitize, and eliminate the threat of COVID-19 in large public spaces and industrial plants. It can also be used effectively to sanitize complex surfaces like train and bus seats, industrial machinery, and much more.
Does It Actually Work Against Covid-19?
Before answering this question, you should first understand how a steam cleaner works so that you can use it effectively, because good tools are ineffective if used incorrectly. Put simply, it takes cold water in its tank, utilizes its steam motors to heat up the water to its boiling point, and then sprays hot steam into the air or onto the surfaces. In the process, they not only clean and sanitize the area but can also sanitize and disinfect it.
The secret of using steam to sanitize lies in its use of extreme heat. Most viruses, germs, and bacteria can’t survive a temperature of over 70°C. As the water starts to become steam at around 100°C, they have no chance of surviving the onslaught of steam. However, steam also tends to lose heat very quickly. Therefore, you have to apply the jet of steam at a close distance to the intended targets, covering less surface area, making it more time-consuming.
One way to get around it is to use a powerful disinfectant suitable to use with a steam cleaner. That way, you can just spray the steam as usual and disinfect a greater surface area in a shorter time. You can also turn up the heat to up to 170°C if you want to leave no stones unturned in your fight against COVID-19.
To conclude, despite steam sanitization COVID-19 being so effective, steam poses no threat against the environment; making them a perfect solution for the modern world.
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