Eradicator Steam has been tested to successfully eliminate the following pathogens
What is Super-Heated Dry Steam?
Most commercial steamers rely on saturated steam, which occurs when the temperature and pressure conditions allow steam (as a gas) and water (as a liquid) to coexist.Essentially, when the rate of condensation and rate of water vaporization are equal,
saturated steam can form.
Dry steam, in comparison, occurs when saturated steam from a boiler is run through a superheater. Water is first heated to the boiling point and then, when additional heat is applied, is vaporized. Once the steam is heated above its saturation point, the result is super-heated dry steam. As a result, there are no micro drops present. The lack of micro drops prevents the steam from being “wet.”
The disinfecting power of the Eradicator has been tested in labs and hospitals in different countries, from Australia to the United States.
The Eradicator successfully disinfects surfaces from fungi, bacteria, and viruses such as Human Influenza Type A (H1N1) and Coronavirus
Ideal For Use In
- Restaurants, Bars, Pubs
- Resorts, Saunas