CORONAVIRUS: DISINFECTION AND PROTECTION

Prepare a failsafe long game in today's changing landscape of
health and safety.

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Owning and operating a public space in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic means accountability. The methods of cleaning, disinfection and protection you choose now can make or break your business. This page is a resource for anyone interested in CFI Group's best practices to ensure facilities meet heightened health and safety standards. You'll not only be ready to reopen, you'll be able to continually safeguard the wellbeing of employees and clients.

To schedule your free estimate and learn more, call
301-417-7010

Get ready- and stay steady

CFI Group doubles down on disinfection to contain virus spread with a combination of Electrostatic Disinfectant Cleaning and OmniShield Antimicrobial Protectant. While the former kills existing microorganisms in the treated areas, the latter creates a lasting nano-barrier against viruses for up to 90 days-saving you repeated disinfection cleanings during this time so you can keep disruptions to a minimum and maintain a feeling of calm and security onsite.

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Electrostatic Disinfectant
Regular disinfection benefits any high-traffic area and high-touch surface, from gyms to elevator buttons and beyond. Disinfection is a far more potent cleaning method than household sanitizers, and electrostatic application is the most effective deployment Electrostatic Disinfectant(ED) is our go to disinfection method killing 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. Effective against antibiotic-resistant strains VRE and MRSA, this technology is employed In hospitals and government facilities nationwide It works by spraying electrostatically charged mist that envelops and clings to surfaces completely and evenly coating all sides with disinfectant even hard-to-reach areas With ED. CFI Croup's trained professionals can disinfect your facility in a fraction of the time of conventional disinfection methods with better results

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OmniShield Antimicrobial Protectant
Disinfected surfaces only stay that way until they come into contact with human touch or fluids OmniShield asks the important question why disinfect and neglect when you can disinfect and protect?' Think of this protective coating as insurance on your disinfection investment, extending the viability of disinfection services by up to three months OmniShield antimicrobial protectant is applied after disinfection and uses molecular technology to bond with porous and nonporous surfaces it creates a coating that forms a bed of nano-spikes which prove lethal to microorganisms by rupturing the cell membrane. The protective layer is effective within 60 seconds and retains its antimicrobial properties through routing cleanings for up to 90 days. If you're considering OmniShield, make sure is being applied properly CFI Group uses an electrosTAtic sprayer to apply the OmniShield coating, ensuring total surface

"Think of antimicrobial protective coding as insurance on your disinfection investment, extending the life of your disinfection services and the peace of mind of your employees and clientele."
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Personal Protection

Onsite and off, CFI Group is compliant with up-to-date state and local regulations regarding personal protective equipment—for the safety of our workers and those we work for.

We are also a distributor of desk shields and protective barriers to help maintain the health of your employees and clients. Please call or contact us via the form on this page to learn more.

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Whether you’re preparing for reopening or taking further steps to disinfect and protect your property, CFI Group is here to help. Schedule your free estimate today and learn more about the best way forward for your business in the time of coronavirus.





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  • CDC Information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
  • CDC Interim Recommendations for US Community Facilities with Suspected/Confirmed Coronavirus Disease 2019
  • OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 (PDF)