Products and Hire


Pure Cleaning Group ltd like all businesses are amending their strategy and adapting to this ever changing environment that this pandemic has created. Our hire service has been developed to allow potential clients the ability to carry out high level disinfecting within their property/premise at affordable rates.

Controlling the spread of Covid-19 and creating a workplace whereby all employees are confident that all possible control measures are being undertaken by their employer, is of upmost importance.

Pure Cleaning Group Ltd has researched heavily, resulting into the combination of our ‘BURE ULV cold Fogging Machine’ and ‘V2 Super Antiviral Disinfectant’

Hire Costs

  • BURE ULV Fogging Machine: Special Rate  of £10.00 day rate is subject to T&C’s and based on 1 months minimum hire.
  • BURE ULV Fogging Machine: £100.00 day rate

Our ULV fogging machines are only to be used with the V2 Super Antiviral Disinfectant.

Fogging approved

  • 5L Super Antiviral Disinfectant £20.00 plus VAT
  • 750ml Spray Bottle £5.00 plus VAT

Hire agreement subject to Terms & Conditions

Purchase

  • Cost of BURE ULV cold fogging machine £400.00 plus VAT at 20% plus UK Delivery costs
Disinfectant Fogging
Bure Fogger
Anti-viral Fogger
Product NameMotor OutputCapacity of ChemicalInjection DistancePartical SizeColourPower SourceSizeWeightWire Length
Bure1,250W3L
(0.8 Gal)
5 ~ 10M
(16.6~32 ft)
10 ~ 50 ?green
grey
blue
red

240V
160*550*250mm
(6.3*21.7*9.8 In)
(Net)
3.0Kg
(6.83 lb)
6M
(19.7 ft)
Product NameMotor OutputCapacity of ChemicalInjection DistancePartical Size
Bure1,250W3L
(0.8 Gal)
5 ~ 10M
(16.6~32 ft)
10 ~ 50 ?
ColourPower SourceSizeWeightWire Length
green
grey
blue
red

240V
160*550*250mm
(6.3*21.7*9.8 In)
(Net)
3.0Kg
(6.83 lb)
6M
(19.7 ft)

Super Professional Antiviral Disinfectant – independently tested to BS EN 14476 its powerful formulation kills a range of pathogenic viruses including Coronavirus, in under 5 minutes. The safe fragrance-free formula is suitable for use on most non-porous surfaces and when used as directed, leaves treated surfaces safe for human contact.

  • Kills 99.99% of germs and viruses
  • Cleans and disinfects
  • Non bleach formula
  • Safe for food preparation areas
  • Tested to BS EN 1276 & BS EN 13697
  • Available NOW in a 750ml ready-to-use trigger spray & 5 litre ready-to-use in a fogging machine

Disinfectants aren’t as effective if the surface isn’t clean and free from debris. Viruses and bacteria can hide inside or below dirt and organic material which will make any disinfectant less effective. Always remove dirt and debris prior to disinfecting.

Manual methods are the first choice to disinfect surfaces, but for combating airborne pathogens and disinfecting large areas that require rapid re-entry of treated areas, fogging is an ideal solution.

Ultra-low volume (ULV) disinfection fogging involves using a fogger machine to generate a cloud of extremely small droplets of a disinfectant liquid. The application of disinfectants and biocides using this method can significantly reduce the number of pathogens both on surfaces and in the air.

The droplets can settle underneath, on top of and on the sides of many objects and inaccessible areas that may be difficult or not possible to reach using conventional cleaning methods. It also reaches a wider range of surfaces than manual cleaning, including textiles.

Rapid ULV fogging and disinfection enables the treatment of large areas in a short space of time to help to quickly break the chain of infection.

Disinfectant

Antiviral Disinfectants – Proving Performance The current outbreak of human coronavirus called COVID-19 is an ongoing concern for public health officials and ordinary citizens throughout the world. Whilst COVID-19 has captured global attention infectious diseases are having an impact all the time, in human, animal and plant disease, usually without detailed media coverage.

Combatting outbreaks of viral disease is achieved by well-trodden biosecurity measures, notably good personal hygiene centred on hand washing. Decontamination of at-risk environments is also a key biosecurity measure inhibiting the spread of infectious disease because the causative viruses are known to survive in the environment, sometimes for many days. Survival on environmental surfaces means viruses have the potential to continue spreading. Cleaning of contaminated surfaces in the spaces we use and share has long been regarded as a vital measure to oppose both the incidence and prevalence of infections.

But how can disinfectants used in surface disinfection be relied upon as effective in neutralising the threat of environmental-acquired infection? To gain credibility, disinfectants must be shown to be effective against the microbiological agents of infection. Specialist microbiology laboratories offer disinfectant testing services where manufacturers of cleaning products can have the antiviral efficacy (performance) of their products measured accurately and reliably. Standard laboratory methods exist in order to facilitate ‘a level playing field’ in all laboratory testing, including the measurement of a disinfectant’s antiviral efficacy. Sometimes, however, it is simply not possible for laboratories to test disinfectants against a specific virus, in this case COVID19. Why? Perhaps the virus isn’t available for general distribution within the scientific community, or perhaps the virus is not adaptable to the relevant test method.

Virologists respond to such limitations by submitting one virus with another for testing purposes. The key here is that the surrogate (the virus being introduced to replace the unusable virus) and replaced virus are sufficiently related, then the results generated by testing a disinfectant against the surrogate virus are viewed as indicative of the results that would have been achieved by the same disinfectant against the virus of interest.

The chemical supplier we use commissioned testing of its disinfectant products in response to the ongoing spread of COVID-19. They believe the COVID-19 situation needs high-quality antiviral products, supported by evidence from independent testing, to be available in the marketplace. To this end they can claim anti-coronavirus performance by a number of its disinfectants because these disinfectants have been independently examined using the EN 14476 2013 + A2 2019 Standard Method and shown to be effective at inactivating more than 99.99% of the viruses used in test. Because COVID-19 is a virus that is not available for general distribution within the scientific community, the laboratory necessarily used a surrogate virus and the unambiguous antiviral performance of the Antiviral Disinfectant and Omnicide during the EN 14476 2013 test indicates these products are effective against members of the coronavirus family. Indeed, because the surrogate virus shares a common feature with a wide range of other important viruses these products rightfully claim a potent, broad-spectrum antiviral feature.

Manufacturers of disinfectants and cleaning agents are understandably having their products subjected to relevant testing because of COVID-19. Our supplier, however, have an extensive history of testing their key products against important viruses, including members of the coronavirus family. High quality, proven performance disinfectants provide confidence that environmental decontamination can be addressed and their application to key environments can further reduce the risk of spread of infectious disease.