Welcome to Sanondaf Health and Science
A specialist division of Sanondaf UK providing disinfection and decontamination services to health care and science sectors.
Sanondaf provide a comprehensive range of treatment options using both traditional fogging, and our electrostatic spray process which can be used in positive and negative pressure environments and on any surface type including stainless steel. With a typical response time to site of 6 hours from call-out, our service is ideal for emergencies or when an unexpected decontamination is required due to equipment failure or servicing.
When dealing with specialised environments such as laboratories and hospitals, decontamination of the surroundings is vital. Our disinfection technology guarantees:
We offer our expertise in the disinfection of containment rooms, sealed containers, instruments and equipment, and all surfaces. Our process can be used to decontaminate Biological Safety Cabinets, Fume Cupboards, Cold Rooms and Freezers, it can also be used in ventilation or air handling units.
Sanondaf provide specialist services for the NHS and private hospitals including HPV treatments that allow rooms to be treated and safely returned to use in as little as 60 minutes. Our process can be used by IPC teams for contaminated rooms or areas, and on medical devices and equipment. We also provide services in ASDU and sterile services via our electrostatic spray process which delivers HPV onto all surfaces in a positive pressure environment. Sanondaf is currently used within the NHS by a number of Trusts including Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Lothians, Forth Valley, Fife, Dumfries and Galloway.
Please contact us to view our case study featuring the Sanondaf process being used in biological safety cabinets, or our hospital case study which details a project where 400 rooms received an HPV treatment in an acute care hospital. Sanondaf can typically respond to an emergency call out within 6 hours.
- Hepatitis & HIV
- H1N1 & H5N1 (Flu Viruses)
- Clostridium Difficile (C-diff)
- Escherichia coli (E-coli)
- Poliovirus 1
- Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
- Legionella Pneumophila