The modular design of the DryD devices allows a variety of extensions.
DryD can be used not only as a disinfection unit, but also as a humidifier in dry environments.
The dimensions of the unit and the presence of swivel wheels make it easy to move it around inside an apartment or house. For instance, you can install the device in a kitchen cabinet (like build – in kitchen appliances) with the possibility of easily removing or moving them to another room where disinfection is necessary.
DryD Mega Board
It is possible to improve the system performance by using more standard units equipped with special accessories - fan module. This is necessary, when disinfecting large space, such as restaurants, shopping centres, airline terminals, railway and bus stations, gyms, warehouses, or churches. In this case, the disinfection performance increases up to 2500 m3/h per unit
Thus, the disinfection capacity can be increased up to 250 m3 /h per unit.
The DryD system also enables efficient disinfection in public transport, trains or aircraft with its flexibility and performance. As a rule, the time required for the disinfection of a conventional wagon or bus does not exceed 30 minutes, and only 300-400 ml of the DryD15 disinfectant solution is consumed.
For schools, sport clubs and for senior residences is disinfection with dry fog based on H2O2 /Ag the ideal solution. Textile materials remain dry, document’s, books or electronic devices can stay in the disinfect-ted room. Operation of unit is easy; specialists are not required. After short training everybody can operate the disinfection unit easy.
DryD - Effective use in the health sector
Medical facilities such as hospitals, clinics, surgical theatres, dental clinics, as well as patient transportation require the highest possible level of disinfection. Many patients pass through them, a significant part of whom may be infected with infections or viruses.
Nosocomial infections are also a serious health problem. In Germany, their number is estimated at 1 million cases of infection per year, with an average of 37,000 people dying per year. (Source: Jena centre for control and treatment of sepsis).
Therefore, care must be taken in this environment to ensure a high level of cleanliness, which is guaranteed by reliable and effective disinfection. All these requirements are met by disinfection based on hydrogen peroxide H202 using a "dry fog" production system with ultrasonic generators.
Patients and healthcare staff are at high risk of infection, especially when transported to the hospital. This is especially true during the Covid-19 pandemic when transporting patients affected by this virus.
It is almost impossible to disinfect ambulances using the standard contact method by wiping them manually. Even with the most thorough manual processing, there may be an area or space that will be inadvertently forgotten or where the orderly simply cannot perform the processing.
When using a disinfectant spray, the entire interior remains wet, and over time, the metal parts of the interior or appliances are corroded or destroyed.
The time factor is also important - disinfection works take quite a long time.
A highly effective solution for ambulances is to use a dry fog disinfection with the DryD system.
The average volume of ambulances (such as Mercedes Benz Sprinter or similar) is less than 20 m3. If the specific consumption of the disinfectant solution is up to 4 ml/m3, less than 100 ml of the disinfectant solution is used for disinfection of one ambulance. In this case the net disinfection time should be about 20 minutes in the patient transport area.
DryD Aircraft Trolley
Another area of specialization is the disinfection of passenger cabin in an aircraft. The DryD system is integrated into the frame of the steward’s on-board aircraft trolley. The power of the device allows the disinfection of the aircraft’s board in a few minutes immediately after landing and disembarking of passengers. Thus, the new passengers can enter a clean, freshly sanitized aircraft cabin.
Air circulation in the cabin during disinfection can be provided by the aircraft's own climate control system in the internal recirculation mode. After the disinfection is completed, this system will replace the air in the cabin, switching to the air flow mode outside the aircraft.
Other types of public transport can be disinfected in the same way - such as buses and trains that also have built-in air conditioning systems.