Renovation and construction projects often start with using a temporary containment system to separate sensitive, occupied areas from the work site.
The ideal temporary containment system is easy to install and dismantle. Equally important for healthcare projects, the temporary walls, doors and accessories selected must inspire confidence among infection preventionists, facilities staff and general contractors that the system will eliminate the introduction of dust and pathogens to surrounding areas, so routine operations may continue without disruption. For healthcare and life science/biotech facilities, exceeding ICRA Class IV requirements is of critical importance.
There are many options for temporary containment. Below, you’ll see why RealWall™, LiteBarrier™ and FireblockWall™ are the most innovative temporary containment systems that outperform all other options available.
Help keep your scheduled reopening on track with the power of SteraMist technology, which is EPA-registered and Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) listed.
EXPANSIVE EPA REGISTRATION
Includes Lists G (Norovirus), H (MRSA), K (C. difficile), L (Ebola), M (Influenza), and List N for Emerging Pathogens, such as the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus.
HIGH MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY
Ensure that your facility surfaces remain undamaged after treatment with ionized Hydrogen Peroxide (iHP™). Powered by a sole active ingredient of 7.8% hydrogen peroxide, iHP™ provides a versatile disinfection.
While you are busy cleaning and disinfecting, make sure you read the manufacture directions and suggested dwell times of your disinfectant products. Not following these important details will lead do an unsuccessful application. Normal wipes need to stay visibly wet for 3+minutes. A single wipe may not be effective.
Our entire company is dedicated to serving our customers in this time of need. During this shut down, Cousino Environmental Services has permission to continue disinfecting and sterilizing.
Cousino Environmental Services, LLC is an authorized provider of Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) Solution. This EPA (90150-2) and FDA registered (3012117386) Hospital Healthcare Disinfectant has been designated by the EPA on List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2.
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