Superior Life Sciences Disinfection & Decontamination. Utilizing a decontaminant that is effective against pathogens and won’t harm sensitive laboratory equipment.
BSL Containment – Levels 3 & 4
Cleanrooms and Research Labs
Material Pass-through Rooms
Service & Technical Areas (HEPA filters)
Public Spaces and Corridors
Compounding and Manufacturing Labs
Injectable Formulation Area
...and many more
Maintaining an environment that is comfortable and free of contagions is essential to produce the most accurate research findings for our world in the life sciences realm, especially for those scientists working in biosafety laboratories who routinely handle the most lethal microorganisms known to science.Learn More
Our project management team will evaluate each aspect of your goals and requirements for an effective decontamination service.
Vibraclean’s trained technicians will come to your site and make your project a success. First, we evaluate each aspect of your goals and requirements. Then, we ensure all equipment, tools and product are chosen and delivered to your site for successful project execution.
With extensive experience in biological decontamination, we specialize in inactivation of viruses and bacteria using validated iHP (ionized Hydrogen Peroxide) equipment.
From working in BioSafety Level 3 Laboratories to working with high levels of H2O2. Vibraclean creates a safety action plan to as a proactive approach to providing all workers with a safe place to work at each unique project we service.
Dedicated Safety Person
On site during job execution.
Ensures no clients employees enter taped off work zone.
Checks ppm levels in all adjacent areas.
In contact with clients supervisor to report findings.
Immediately informs to clients supervisor.
Provide emergency and 1st aid support if required.
Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) Levels Monitored on Site.
Acceptable H2O2 levels vary by Federal, Provincial and State regulations.
Exposure limits in Ontario and most other jurisdictions is set at 1ppm. Some jurisdictions set a Short Term Exposure Limit and a Ceiling Limit.