Disinfection is very often confused with Disinfestation and Sterilization. However, these are different applications, which are implemented either individually or as a combination, if and when necessary.

Disinfection refers to the removal, inactivation or destruction of harmful pathogens in spaces, surfaces, or objects using Natural, Chemical or other means. It differs from Sterilization in that it renders a space, surface or object largely - and not completely - free from infectious components.  While Disinfestation refers to controlling, repelling, and exterminating insects or pests in a space. 

The purpose of Disinfection (Microbicide) is to reduce the microbial load of a space, surface, object to acceptable levels. With disinfection we achieve drastic reduction of disease-causing or pathogenic microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, microbes, fungi, etc.) which contaminate surfaces and equipment and threaten human health.

Surface hygiene is one of the most important measures to counter the risk of contamination and must meet the highest requirements in order to protect humans, materials and products as micro-organisms survive for several months. 

Disinfection is necessary to maintain a high level of hygiene and reduce the risk of transmitting infectious diseases to spaces frequented by large numbers of people, such as schools, kindergartens, hotels, hospitals, transportation, etc. as well as catering spaces, food production / processing / standardization sites, etc. 

Disinfection is carried out, after thorough cleaning, with the use of spraying means (sprinklers or foggers) to better disseminate the disinfectant. 


Control methods


Biologiki responds to the needs of our times by providing modern methods of Disinfection, achieving proper control of the pathogenic microorganisms that are causing the problem.