During peak times, public vehicles can become very congested, resulting in people squeezing into spaces that have already filled their capacity. The access numbers provide hot and humid conditions that bacteria thrive within, exposing passengers to various pathogens through contact with infected skin and surfaces. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), crowding, contact, contaminated surfaces, compromised skin, and lack of cleanliness are the five factors that are conducive to the spread of infectious bacteria.

Disinfecting is a necessary step to lowering the risk of transmitting infections; keeping buses, trains, and other modes of public transportation open and functioning.

A Powerful Technology in Fighting the Spread of Bacteria* ┼

Increase passenger and staff confidence that surfaces are fully disinfected with SteraMist™ BIT™. Effective against Staph, Pseudomonas and MRSA, the SteraMist™ Surface Unit eliminates pathogenic bacteria and deodorizes. A fully portable hand-held, fast acting point and spray disinfection/decontamination system, high touch surfaces can be disinfected/decontaminated in seven minutes after application. When a vehicle is out of service for inspection, the SteraMist™ Surface Unit should be used to disinfect:

  • Seats
  • Grab Poles & Handles
  • Walls, Windows & Floors
  • Overhead Compartments

An effective broad-spectrum surface disinfectant, SteraMist™ BIT™ is:

  • Easily incorporated into current cleaning procedures
  • Lightweight & easy to transport
  • Economical, non-corrosive, and easy to apply
  • Great for frequent use to deodorize by killing odor causing bacteria
  • Ready to use, no mixing required

Integrate the SteraMist™ Surface Unit into your disinfection protocols: 800-525-1698 or email info@tomimist.com



*SteraMistTM Surface Unit: Staphylococcus aureus (Staphylococcus) (Staph) (ATCC# 6538), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pseudomonas) (ATCC# 15442), and Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) (ATCC# 33592)┼SteraMistTM Environment System: Clostridium difficile spores (C. diff) (ATCC# 43598), Staphylococcus aureus (Staphylococcus) (Staph) (ATCC# 6538), and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pseudomonas) (ATCC# 15442)