Frequently Asked Questions / Häufig gestellte Fragen

Everything that we can touch with our hands: Doors, door handles, window handles, touchpads, medical devices, beds, medication and food serving carts in hospitals and retirement homes, railings on cruise ships, stairwells, ticket vending and parking machines, supermarkets and pub bars and counters, elevators, shopping carts and pedestrian lights. For electrical devices and monitors, specialists should be contacted.
Don your gloves and safety goggles. Shake well before use and apply to a microfiber cloth. Then wipe the door handle with the microfiber cloth. Depending on the application, we have systems that can dry very quickly so that they can then be used again straight away. Use biocidal products with care. Always read the label and product information before use.
It can last up to three years depending on the mechanical and chemical stress it is subjected to. Afterwards, the surfaces must be treated again.
Studies during the SARS crisis in Taiwan clearly showed that hand hygiene is crucial and is the only significant disruption in the hospital staff’s chain of infection.
In an article from the Ruhr University of Bochum, Prof. Dr. Eike Steinmann and his team describe that surfaces can remain infectious with coronaviruses for up to 9 days. A person touches their face 23 times within an hour after which they can then become infected from contaminated surfaces for as long as 9 days.

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