99T system features superior disinfecting efficacy against a wide spectrum of bacteria, spores, fungi, mycobacteria, and viruses. An effectiveness widely tested and certified to be used to combat all pathogens. 99T novel disinfectant solution is transformed into a dry mist made up of millions of ultra fine particles which are truly dispersed everywhere even to the most hard to reach places. Surfaces of non-invasive medical devices are coated with absolute uniformity leaving no space for pathogens to escape the disinfection process. Years of intensive research have produced the advanced HyperDRYMist ® technology which supersedes the limitations of traditional and even the more advanced disinfection methods currently in use. Our technology has been widely tested and has proved its effectiveness in hundreds of tests conducted in various healthcare facilities around the world.
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