– Irwin Stromeyer, Sterile Space Infection Defense LLC, discussed the importance of terminal decontamination –
During a wide-ranging discussion with hosts Al Cinni and Joe Asumendi, Stromeyer offers insight on how he takes precautionary measures, especially during this time to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Stromeyer is an expert in the field of public infection control and microbe eradication.
During the show, Stromeyer explained how his business, Sterile Space Infection Defense, LLC, helps facilities decontaminate, terminally disinfect, and treat surfaces with a long-lasting antimicrobial coating to inactivate microbes that may take over and conquer on surfaces.
Sterile Space uses a specialized antimicrobial coating on these surfaces to aid against the survival of invasive microbes. The coding works like “a microbial static barrier.” “It damages newly deposited microbes in such a way that it significantly reduces their ability to survive, thrive, and colonize on that surface.”
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About Irwin Stromeyer
Stromeyer is an expert in the field of public infection control and germ eradication and a leader in the field of public or community acquired infection prevention services. He has the technology to SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE the survival of invasive microbes. The vast majority of these microbes are transported from surface to surface by human hands. There is no other company in the Region that offers this service. As an associate member of the Association for Professionals Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), Irwin is uniquely qualified to discuss the best way to reduce the communal spread of these microbes by infection prevention through control and eradication.
About Sterile Space, Infection Defense, LLC.
Sterile Space Infection Defense provides a unique and necessary service in today’s ever infected world to seriously inhibit the issue known as Cross Contamination Infection. Now, more than ever before in modern history, our good health is hunted by bacteria, virus, fungus, mold, algae and worst of all, Adaptive Organisms or Superbugs. It’s important to understand how and why deadly infections that used to be found only in hospitals and nursing homes have gained access to the public arena. The worst part is that our children and elderly are the easiest victims of these diseases because of their developing or dwindling immune systems.”