The FLD05 disinfectant works by denaturing the virus’ proteins, which makes it incapable of binding to human cells. It is effective against the influenza virus and general pneumonia. It has not been tested against the COVID-19 virus, as it is regulated by the government and no samples are available to test.
The AG800 can produce one cubic metre of smoke in 2 to 3 seconds and it completes its reheating cycle within 90 seconds. If disinfecting a car, turn the air conditioner to recycle and use for 30 seconds at a time. After the smoke is sprayed, allow 5 to 10 minutes for the smoke to circulate and cover the space in order to disinfect. How long the effect last is dependant on the environmental conditions, such as ventilation and number of human movements. For example, disinfection in a car for personal use can be effective for 2 weeks however, a car used frequently for business should be disinfected each day. In general, the more occupied a location is, the more frequently it should be disinfected.
The machine itself has no sterilisation function. The FLD05 liquid provides the sterilisation and can be purchased separately. The sterilisation provided by smoke machines is completely different from ozone machines or air cleaners.
Use the links below to download the Test Reports for FLD05.
Test Report for Aspergillius brasiliensis
Test Report for E coli
Test Report for Candida albicans
Test Report for Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Test Report for Staphlococcus aureus
Test Report for Streptococcus pneumonia & Legionella pneumophila