COVID-19 DISINFECTION PROTOCOL
The Blue Box COVID-19 disinfection protocol is designed to deliver an innovative approach on how to thoroughly disinfect the commercial HVAC system coils.
Coils will typically capture microbes, but they do not kill them, which means coils can become reservoirs of infectious microbes. Blue Box technicians will execute a more thorough disinfection that will first involve a complete enzyme treatment in order to remove all biofilm formations, followed with a thick Chlorine Dioxide foam injected into the coils that ensures complete disinfection.
AIR HANDLERS, FAN COILS, CEILING UNITS, PTACS
Blue Box is a patented process that delivers near-perfect surface area coverage of any type of heat transfer coil. By modifying its enzyme treatment process to include Chlorine Dioxide (CIO2), Blue Box’s COVID-19 disinfection protocol delivers the most thorough process on the market for disinfecting a building’s HVAC system that requires no downtime, is odorless, and involves no corrosive chemical.
TREAT THE ENTIRE HVAC SYSTEM
Blue Box’s disinfection protocol requires the treatment of all the coils within the buildings HVAC system. This includes the heating and cooling evaporative coils within the air handlers, ceiling units, inductor units, and fan coils. It is critical to disinfect all of these heat transfer coils because as air is recirculated throughout a building’s HVAC system, a microbial fouled system will often biologically foul other coils downstream.
ENZYMES + CHLORINE DIOXIDE
Blue Box uses a proprietary formulation that combines enzymes with a powerful disinfectant called Chlorine Dioxide (CIO2). CIO2 is a well known and highly effective disinfectant used to kill viruses, bacteria, and fungi such as Coronavirus, Rhinovirus, Staphylococcus Aureus, and MRSA. Blue Box’s ability to combine with both enzymes and CIO2 creates a unique and effective formulation for removing biofilms that ensure the elimination of these microbial growths.
*Well-known and highly effective disinfectant used to kill viruses, bacteria, and fungi such as Coronavirus, Rhinovirus, Staphylococcus Aureus, and MRSA