Extensive tests were conducted in the labs, hospitals and hotels to demonstrate the efficiency of the Viroblitz Disinfector / Deodorizer.
The microbe concentration CFU (Colony Forming Units) was collected using American Public Health Authority (APHA) 2004 Edition 4, Chapter 3 protocol.
Single Pass Test With Septic Tank Gas
Test was conducted to evaluate the efficiency of the equipment in a test chamber. Septic tank gas was connected to the inlet.
As seen above highly contaminated septic tank gas was decontaminated when it passes through the equipment once.
Testing the equipment in a microbiology sampling room.
Viroblitz VBS-15 was tested in a 50 Sq.ft. room and VBS-30 was tested in a 250 Sq. ft. room.
|50 Sq.ft. room CFU/15 min||250 Sq.ft. room CFU/15 min|
|After 1 hour||21||50|
|After 2 hours||17||19|
|After 3 hours||11||10|
|After 4 hours||8||10|
|After 5 hours||4||6|
As seen above within 2.5 hours the contamination level was brought down to operation theatre level. Although the routine operations like microbiological sampling were continuing in the lab, within 4 hours microbe count was negligible.
Clinical Testing in the Gastro ICU of NABH accredited 1500 bedded Hospital
|CFU/60 min||CFU/60 min||Odour|
|After 3 hours||2||6||++|
|After 4 hours||1||4||+|
A reduction in CFU was achieved within 3 hours and the unpleasant odour present in Gastro ICU was also decreased substantially. The exhaust fans which was used previously were put off during the time of testing.