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Sanondaf: Edinburgh and Lothians

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Welcome to Sanondaf (Edinburgh & Lothians)

Please first allow me to introduce myself my name is Derek Gachagan and I am the Managing Director of Sanondaf (Edinburgh & Lothians) and our aim is to deliver an environmentally friendly, medical grade disinfection to the mainstream at affordable prices.

Sanondaf’s origins are in the medical/healthcare industry and we are a hygiene disinfection service provider who offer a supplementary treatment to traditional cleaning regimes.

Historically cleaning has been the term for both clean and hygienic however traditional cleaning regimes rely on wiping and mopping which is highly effective in providing clean but is ineffective in delivering hygiene.

Sanondaf’s touchless technology delivers a silver stabilised hydrogen peroxide disinfectant by means of either an atomised dry fog which treats the air and surfaces in the environment it has been released into or by an electrostatic charged aerosol targeted at high touch/contact areas.

Touchless disinfection will eradicate 99.99% of all known bacteria, viruses, moulds and funguses of which there are many including the harmful MRSA, Influenza, E-coli, H1N1, Norovirus and Salmonella that are ever present in today’s migrating society through travel for leisure or business.

Our disinfection treatments are environmentally friendly and safe for people, pets and plants, they are non-allergenic so no strong aggravates are present, they are non-corrosive so electronic and electrical devices are unaffected and they are non-bleaching so soft and hard furnishings are not affected. They also leave a level of protection known to help prevent future contamination.

Whether you’re an employer looking to enhance your health and safety regime by providing additional care for your staff at work which can help reduce absenteeism or you’re a business keen to offer a higher level of customer confidence or maybe you’re just an individual who wants peace of mind that your environment has been treated to the highest level of hygiene available.

We here at Sanondaf (Edinburgh & Lothians) are here to support you, so give us a call for a free, no obligation assessment. Whether that’s an emergency callout to treat a present outbreak of infection or as part of your clean and hygiene regime. Always remember that everyone can see clean but no one will know its hygiene until you display the Sanondaf “Sanosealed Certificate of Disinfection”…

  • Sano Fog

    Complete Surface Disinfection The unique fogging device used transforms the disinfectant liquid into a dry fog upon spraying. This means it can reach further than the next best cleaning products.

    Sano Fog
  • Sano Static

    Surface Reach The electrostatic spraying device used has a spraying nozzle which adds a negative electrostatic charge to the solution. This means that once our environmentally friendly disinfectant is sprayed, it surrounds and clings to all surfaces it touches.

    Sano Static
  • SanoChem

    Effective Disinfection SanoChem is a patented disinfectant formula which kills almost all harmful bacteria. The unique blend of hydrogen peroxide and silver is ideal for air, water and surface disinfection to eradicate over 99.99% of bacteria, moulds, viruses, funghi, and yeast.

    Sano Chem
  • Sano Shield

    Antibacterial Protection The protective coating offered in this touchless disinfectant are antibacterial and combat a number of different pathogens. The coating offers this effect on most surfaces including medical equipment, clothing and even furnishings. Once sprayed, the protective coating lasts for months.

    Sano Shield

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