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Sanitising dispensers, Sanitising tunnels both fixed and portable. Biometric reader sanitiser.
Health cannot be measured in monetary terms.
Do not use uncertified products as this could compromise the health of our population
BioSafe sanitiser dispensers and sanitising tunnels are manufactured in South Africa at our ISO certified factory. If you are looking to purchase a Sanitising tunnel, pod or booth then read our guide to assit you
BioSafe Pro sanitiser tunnels for permanent installations
BioSafe Lite sanitiser tunnels for a complete solution. Temporary or smaller installations
BioSafe Frame Buy the Frame to manufacture your own tunnel
Wall mount and foot operated dispensers. Manufactured for commercial applications where the products are subjected to repetitive use. Available in expoxy coated mild steel and stainless steel.
The finger print area of a biometric reader is a potential transfer surface for bacteria and virus’s. Our BioSafe biometric sanitiser uses UV light to cleanse the surface after each finger print. Supplied as a kit for refitting into installed biometric access control systems.
Additional products in our range that are available as either part of a system or as a stand alone item
BioSense Wall or tripod mount non contact IR body temperature with auto ranging sensor. No operator required. Operate as stand alone or as part of BioSafe tunnel
Sanitiser tunnels will become the norm as we begin our journey back to the new reality that faces us all. To prepare for this, businesses need to carefully consider the options available when choosing a sanitiser tunnel. There are many suppliers – so which one do you choose?
The most important criteria is to ensure that the sanitiser tunnel is actually sanitising – not creating a mist but sanitising and disabling or destroying the target virus, bacteria or fungus. To ensure targeted efficacy, always use approved sanitisers where the certificate specifically identifies the efficacy in sanitiser tunnels.
Another important factor is the delivery system of the sanitiser tunnel. For sanitisers to operate at maximum efficacy, the liquid must be atomised to create a very fine mist – this is referred to as a dry mist – meaning the droplets are so tiny they remain in suspension allowing for droplets to penetrate into hidden corners providing complete sanitation. If the droplets are not atomised correctly they tend to move downward quickly and end up on the floor rather than on the person moving through the tunnel. The delivery pumps must operate at a high pressure – 40 bar and above. Dry mist is moisture laden air where the water droplets are small enough to remain in suspension – holding your hand against a nozzle or remaining in the mist for too long will result in moisture deposit – the feeling of getting wet.
Sanitiser mix ratio must also be correct to ensure the atomised mist contains enough active ingrediant to actually sanistise. This should be carefully controlled by using either a dosing pump or an audit trail for each drum of sanitiser used. With the correct certified sanitiser, mixed to the correct ratio and delivered as a dry mist, protection of up to 18 hours can be achieved.
Tunnel control is important to impose distancing rules – an entrance beam that switches the pump with large visible indicator red and green lamps that clearly show when a person can enter the tunnel. Placing signs is not as effective due to literacy and number of languages in South Africa.
Cell Phones. Electronics and water do not play together nicely. The dry mist referred to above is electronic friendly and does not damage electronics as long as the electronics are not held up to the spray nozzles.
Slippery floor – if the tunnel floor quickly becomes wet it is an indication that the delivery system is not operating correctly or is incorrectly specified. Dry mist delivery systems keep the sanitiser in suspension thereby reducing wet and slippery floors. It is advisable to add a drying area or material after the tunnel if the tunnel is on a slippery surface
Managing the tunnel. A management system is important for the longevity and reliability of permanently installed tunnels. Sanitiser levels, dosing pump status, water flow rate, number of people, operational status of pump, temperature and humidity as well as GPS location all improve the management and audit capabilities most corporates require. Read our buyers guide for more information
We expect a manufacturing capacity shortage in South Africa for complete tunnels and have decided to release our tunnel frames in knock down kit to OEM’s (Original Equipment Manufacturers). Check out the Frame Kit
BioSafe tunnels and products are available through a nation wide dealer network. Contact us for more information