Is CURIS® on the EPA List N for use against SARS-CoV-2?
Where can CURIS System be used?
Curis System was specifically designed for portability and for use in a multitude of settings as a portable disinfection device. Although comparatively small in size, its extraordinary power allows users the ability to easily treat sealed spaces.
Why is Pulse Technology important?
Our patented Pulse™ Vapor Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP)technology provides high level disinfection killing of 99.9999% of dangerous germs* and achieves maximum efficacy by maintaining an optimal filled space creating a consistent dwell-time.
How much solution will it take to treat a room?
Because each space differs in size, contents, and targeted pathogen, there is no simple answer to this question. That said, however, our patented Pulse™ Vapor Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP)technology and consistent droplet size DOES require up to 30% LESS chemical than other options on the market.
Is it safe around computers, electronics, and fabrics?
Our system and solutions have been tested extensively (and are subjected to continual testing) for material compatibility.
Can it be used for COVID-19 disinfection?
Yes. Our solution and device are EPA dual registered for fogging. See our Statement of Efficacy and the CURIS/CURoxide™ approval for the EPA List N.
How long will it take to treat a space?
There really is no typical time for a treatment as each facility and space has specific needs, requirements, and challenges. Treating a small room, though, will take less time than treating a larger shared space. It will take about the same amount of time as a proper UV light application.
What solution is used in CURIS System?
Our CURIS® device is coupled with CURoxide™ and, when combined, both are EPA approved for use together. CURoxide™ is on the EPA Lists K & N.
Can’t we just use quaternary ammoniums and bleaches?
We are aware of the massive selection of products on the market, but there are many pitfalls with infection prevention and control in often-complicated settings. Some of the challenges with relying these chemicals, such as ammonium chlorides, bleaches, and chlorine dioxides may include, they
- are most often not applied correctly
- often require a secondary step of rinsing
- will corrode surfaces
- can be toxic to the applicator
- often leave behind toxic residue and odors
- will leave behind sticky, ugly residues and require extra work to wipe them off
- can be deadly if mixed
- may contribute to resistant strains of emerging pathogen