Easy preparation and post-processing: DISINFECT plus ensures quick decontamination and eliminates germs and microorganisms.
The patented Austrian DCX-technology enables effective and homogenous decontamination – down to the smallest corner.
Thanks to its compact design, DISINFECT plus is perfectly suitable for a wide range of rooms – for flexible and mobile use.
DISINFECT plus is characterized by little preparation effort, easy activation, simple handling and long durability.
DISINFECT plus – the most modern disinfection device for rooms and entire buildings
DISINFECT plus is a mobile decontamination device. The principle of operation is based on hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). The device is simply connected to a socket in the room and then disinfects fully automatically by using dry steam. The cold dry steam, a microaerosol, is generated by a patented ultrasound technology.
- Reliable and safe disinfection
- Eliminates SARS-CoV-2
- Eliminates microorganisms and germs
- Vaporizes at room temperature
- Prevents condensate and corrosion
- Protects surrounding materials
- Quality control through bioindicators
- Cost and energy efficiency
- Highly effective decontamination
- Innovative technology
- Fast results
- Reliable & safe
- Small rooms, restaurants, hotels, shopping centers, hospitals …
- Easy activation on site
- Little preparation effort
- Mobility & flexibility
- Long durability
- Easy storage
- User-friendly operation
- Maximum flexibility
- Application by our experts
- Safe handling
- Fully automatic
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DISINFECT plus uses the DCX-technology, the best decontamination method against SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses, multi-resistant germs, bacteria, spores and fungi.
Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use.
- NEW HYGIENE STANDARD
- Log-6 STERILITY IN A SHORT TIME (op-standard)
- COMPREHENSIVE DECONTAMINATION BY SMALL PARTICLES
- QUALITY ASSURANCE & AUTOMATIC REPORTING
- PATENTED TECHNOLOGY
- PROTECTION OF OPERATING STAFF
- GENTLE EFFECT ON SURROUNDING MATERIALS
DISINFECT plus –
Innovative. Efficient. Safe.
Easy 1-2-3 application
Three steps for a quick and easy decontamination:
1 – Check
Room is prepared.
2 – Start
DISINFECT plus is executed.
3 – Clean
DISINFECT plus – the patented DCX-technology from Austria
The mobile device disinfects rooms and entire buildings fully automatic. The patented ultrasound technology produces cold dry steam that effectively destroys SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses, multi-resistant germs, bacteria, spores and fungi.
Our tests show that DISINFECT plus can make a significant contribution to hygiene safety. The unique decontamination process is an environmentally friendly, highly effective technology for combating nosocomial germs and multi-resistant microorganisms.
DI Gabriele Ettenberger-Bornborg, BA
Social Network & Knowledge Management
Austrian Research Institute for Chemistry and Technology
Hospital infections are a socio-political issue. In Austria, year by year approx. 2500 patients die because of direct or indirect consequences of nosocomial infections. It is time to break new ground. DISINFECT plus is a first step into the right direction in order to act actively against nosocomial infections and to improve the hygienic situation in hospitals.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Franz Allerberger
President of the Austrian Society for Hygiene, Microbiology and Preventive Medicine
Nosocomial infections are a serious problem in health care. Until now there has been a lack of awareness of this problem and of a corresponding technology to annihilate germs in a simple, comprehensive and sustainable way. With the development of DISINFECT plus, a milestone was set in the field of hospital hygiene. The innovative technology can annihilate germs and improve the quality of treatments significantly.
M.D. Karl Hellemann, M.Sc.
Specialist in clinical-chemical laboratory diagnostics
Expert for hygiene and microbiology