ATIS® Steam Cleaners to Kill Diseases

ATIS® Steam Cleaners to Kill Diseases
5 ATIS® Steam Cleaners to Kill Diseases
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ATIS® Steam Cleaners Kill Disease Causing Microorganisms

Steam cleaners are among the best surface cleaners for hard surface cleaning. Cleaning hard surfaces such as bathroom flooring and tiles require machines with powerful output. For a steam cleaner to be effective, it must offer powerful output pressure and temperature. In many machines, output temperature is the most critical feature.

Sanitizing surfaces with a properly equipped steam cleaner can destroy health-threatening organisms and prevents disease transmission. In tests by a nationally accredited laboratory, Daimer®'s ATIS® (Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization™) technology killed more than 99 percent of a variety of dangerous mold and bacteria. ATIS® is available in more than 200 of Daimer®'s KleenJet® steam cleaners. In the tests, the technology killed a variety of organisms, including the following:

MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus)

This drug resistant staph bacterium is usually found in healthcare settings and causes potentially fatal infections that are resistant to broad-spectrum antibiotics. Hospital-acquired infections like MRSA killed about 48,000 people and cost more than $8 billion to treat in 2006. Recently, the bacterium has infected people in settings outside of healthcare.

Staphylococcus Aureus

SThe most common cause of staph infections, this bacterium is often found on the nose and skin. About 20 percent of the population carries the bacterium. Staphylococcus aureus can cause health problems ranging from boils and impetigo to potential fatal illnesses, such as: food poisoning, post surgical infections, pneumonia, meningitis and toxic shock syndrome. Infection can be caused by contact with infected surfaces, on which the organism can survive for months.

Escherichia Coli (E. Coli)

SThis bacterium causes food poisoning and often leads to hemorrhagic diarrhea, and occasionally to kidney failure, especially in young children and elderly. Most illness has been associated with consuming contaminated food or swimming in or drinking contaminated water. E. coli results in about 2,100 hospitalizations annually in the United States. Prevention includes destroying the organism on food preparation surfaces.

Salmonella Cholerasuis

Typically found spread by infected food, the organism can be found in household pets, such as cats and hamsters. In addition, the bacterium can take up residence in vacuum cleaner bags. Another strain of Salmonella, which can be killed with proper cleaning techniques, causes potentially fatal typhoid fever.

Listeria Monocytogene

SInfection by L. monocytogenes causes the disease listeriosis, one of the most dangerous food borne illnesses with fatality rates surpassing those caused by Salmonella and Clostridium botulinum, which causes botulism. Listeriosis causes septicemia (blood poisoning), brain diseases (meningitis and encephalitis) pneumonia, and spontaneous abortion or stillbirth in pregnant women. The disease is responsible for an estimated 2,500 illnesses and 500 deaths in the U. S. each year.

Aspergillus Niger

SThis common fungus is found in soil and many indoor environments. It is a known food contaminant. Exposure to large amounts of A. niger spores can cause lung disease and dangerous ear infections.

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