PROTECTION BEGINS WITH ENHANCED NO-TOUCH DISINFECTION
Hospitals and all healthcare facilities across the world are continuously searching for better ways to limit the spread of infections and improve their disinfection terminal cleans. Patients and healthcare workers can encounter a variety of infectious diseases that are easily spread throughout the facility from all surfaces including those hard to clean contaminated equipment and high touch surfaces.
SteraMist Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) allows a facility to have a Hospital-Healthcare EPA registered tool and solution to replace outdated manual cleaning technology, upgrade existing protocols, and limit liability in a facility when it comes to resistant infectious pathogens. SteraMist Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) is the first EPA registered solution and system combination on the market, on EPA List G (Norovirus), H (MRSA), K (C. difficile), L (Ebola), M (Avian Flu), N (SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus).
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SAVING LIVES BY REDUCING HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS
The TOMI healthcare division provides the science, results, and peace of mind that patients, staff, and visitors are in an environment where state-of-the-art technology is employed to reduce hospital pathogens - from the most common to the highly resistant.
SteraMist technology is a valuable asset for any facility. As a partner, TOMI reviews hospital disinfection needs and recommends customized protocols, conducts staff training and competencies through a certified support and training package. The cost-effectiveness of SteraMist helps facilities with budgets of all sizes, providing a facility with a tool which some call a “germ-killing machine.”