Sanitization Process

 

All Exogen 4000+ Units are sanitized using a multi-step process.

First, the machines, accessories, and case are disinfected with SaniGuard (TM) spray.

SaniGuard (TM) is used widely in hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes.

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SaniGuard® Surface Spray is the world’s first and only DRY-ON-CONTACT Spray Sanitizer & Deodorizer. SaniGuard sanitizing products are EPA registered, patented, and have been proven to kill 99.99% of Influenza and 39 other various germs, bacteria, fungus, and viruses in mere seconds; including: MRSA, Ringworm, HIV, E-Coli, Salmonella, and Herpes. Safe for food contact surfaces (no potable rinse required) and other non-porous surfaces including electronics!

SaniGuard (TM) meets current EPA Regulatory Standards (FDA CFR 178.101) for Food Contact Surfaces and is an approved sanitizer

Below are just a few of the diseases that could be prevented by using SaniGuard:

Colds
Influenza
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) (the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia)
Sore throats
Chicken pox
Measles
Mumps
Rubella
Smallpox
Scarlet fever
Group A Streptococcal (GAS) Disease (strep throat)
Staph Infections and MRSA
Meningitis
The second step in the sanitizing disinfection process involves placing the Exogen (TM ) machine, accessories, and case through a UV sanitizing station machine.

In this step, ultraviolet lights are used to sterilize the pieces in the same way hospitals use on medical tools.  Each piece of is put through multiple cycles in the UV machine.  The result is sterilization of any microbiological contaminants from the irradiated surfaces.