The process of fogging was first developed in the 1940’s for use in wartime aviation. Subsequently in the 1950’s, fogging machines were adapted and developed commercially for use with insecticide and disease control. Fogging is the process of using large volumes of air at low pressure to transform liquids into tiny droplets that are dispersed into the atmosphere.
These Ultra Low Volume (ULV) droplets are perfect for the application of pesticides, sterilisers, and disinfectants.Fogging is now a commonly used method of fighting Covid-19 as part of a sanitation and decontamination process. If carried out correctly, fogging is one of the most effective ways to deep clean and rid an area of this and other viruses and germs.
Decontaminate any space easily and effectively. Protect against viruses and harmful germs.