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Indoor Mold Remediation, IMR

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What are the available methods to prevent indoor fungi growth?
  • Good Moisture control. Maintaining indoor RH 50-60 and addressing any water leaks.

  • Good Ventilation. Preventing indoor humidity from building up.

  • Good Sanitation. Surface cleaning that removes organic deposits (food source) and air purification that neutralizes living microorganisms. 

  • Chemical Treatment. Antifungal coatings, Biocides, and fungicides. However, these chemicals are also a source of other air pollutants such as TVOC.

    • Or, organic formulation SAN-AIR Air Purifier Gel of up to 78% efficiency. 

    • For severe mold infestation, consult a professional Mold Remediator.

 

General Mold Remediation Procedures

Identify, Isolate, Restore, Regulate
 

  • Identify

    • Pre-treatment assessment using Indoor Air Quality readings and Surface Microbial Test.

    • Assess the levels of infestation and surface penetration. 

    • Identify sources that promote growth. Water leaking is the main root to mold infestation.
       

  • Isolate

    • Removal of severely damaged parts and removing mediums that promote mold growth including repairing the source of the water damage.
       

  • Restore 

    • A thorough air and surface cleaning process in a controlled environment. 

    • Structural restoration. 

    • Post-treatment assessment.
       

  • Regulate 

    • The levels of indoor airborne microbial and high levels of indoor humidity promote mold growth on surfaces such as walls, ceilings, and floors. 

    • To regulate the acceptable indoor environment of 1000 CFU, CFM, and RH, mechanical ventilation system, structural, and organic recommendations are provided. 

    • Periodical assessment as maintenance. 

 

*Mold remediation is a complex and potentially hazardous process because molds are unseen but potentially harmful allergens and toxins. Solicit a trained mold remediator specialist.

 

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Principles of Surface Disinfection

 

“Disinfection is the process of eliminating pathogenic microorganisms from inanimate objects”. General chemical disinfectant commonly used today at home includes Alcohol, Chlorine compounds, Iodine solutions, Quaternary Ammonium Compounds, and Glutaraldehyde. Each has its advantages and disadvantages.

 

Liquid disinfectants are classified by its level of germicidal efficacy (3-levels): 

  • High-level disinfectants is capable of destroying all microorganism with exception of microbial spores; 

  • Intermediate-level disinfectants that will destroy vegetative bacteria, most viruses and fungi, but nor microbial spores; and 

  • Low-level disinfectants to kill most bacteria and some viruses and fungi, but bacterial spores.

 

How surface tension affects disinfection? 

 

Solutions are important but methods are crucial. We emphasize methods. In order for a liquid to come into contact, to permeate and penetrate every crevice and space, the surface tension of the fluid must be low. In general, alcoholic or soapy solutions are best. 


 
Customization

  • SURFACE: Thorough surface treatment including removal, cleaning and restoration.

  • SPACE: ULV misting to achieve coverage of surface, crack & crevice, and airborne.

  • TEMPERATURE: High temperature Steamer up to 180’C to treat porous material.

  • EXTRACTION: HEPA suction to extract microorganisms from porous materials. 

  • AIR SCRUBBING: 24 hours Air Treatment to scrub the air from airborne pollutants.

  • IAQ ASSESSMENT by third-party NIOSH-approved IAQ Assessor.

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