Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) Fogging
Hydrogen Peroxide decontamination is one of the most efficient and effective ways to eliminate viruses, bacteria, fungus, and other microbes in an environment because it targets pathogens on a molecular level.
When a contaminant enters your controlled environment or office space, hydrogen peroxide (H202) fogging is the quickest, safest, and most thorough option for ensuring that your indoor environment is safe and operational again.
Pegasus has 15 years of experience in providing comprehensive cleaning services for indoor environments. Our staff of highly trained cleaning professionals specialize in the necessary care of indoor environments and use industry-leading technology to make sure that you are informed every step of the way.
Our Fogging Services
Hydrogen Peroxide Fogging is a method of decontamination that releases aerosolized hydrogen peroxide into enclosed areas.
Because of its ability to work on a molecular level, hydrogen peroxide fogging is a much more efficient and effective way of eliminating microbes than manual cleaning. Aerosolized hydrogen peroxide gets into every nook and cranny of an indoor environment, ensuring all areas are decontaminated. In fact, it’s the only way to know with certainty that your indoor environment is nearly 100% sterile!
“[When] properly used, H202 is an effective sterilant capable of efficient and rapid elimination of contaminating microbes.” – Center for Disease Control
Pegasus uses HaloMist™ all-purpose disinfectant to fog and sterilizes areas. HaloMist™ has been proven to be safe and has no effect on surfaces including¹:
- • Cell phones
- • Cell phone batteries
- • Aluminum 5251/H22 Sheet
- • Aluminum Alloy Niploy Coated
- • Aluminum Bronze
- • Anodized aluminum 30 microns
- • Mild steel
- • Stainless steel
- • Polyester powder-coated aluminum
- • Glass-reinforced plastic (GRP)
- • Machinable Nylube PBC
- • Neoprene
- • Perspex
- • Polypropylene
- • Polythene
- • PTFE
- • PVC
- • PVC foam
- • Silicon rubber seal
- • Ceramic tiles
- • Computer system with monitor
- • Linear bearing
- • Window frame (double glazed)
- • Rubber floor tiles
For more answers to commonly asked fogging questions, visit our Fogging FAQs Page >>
¹ “The Material Compatibility of Dry Mist and Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide” (Quip Laboratories)