Bacteria are among the most widespread living bodies on the planet. They essentially are unicellular microorganisms which in time evolved in different strains. They are therefore present everywhere: in high concentrations in any natural or artificial environment and on any known living body. If some strains are harmless or even useful to the host, some other can trigger mild to very severe reactions leading to death.
The varied strains and types of such microorganisms lead to countless transmissions and as a consequence, the risk for human being to develop pathologies is huge. As for the home management of any risk, it is simply enough to comply with the common cleaning practices for the environment and personal hygiene as well as for the widespread food preservation and handling.
In environments with high concentration and transit of people, such as hospitals, jails, transportation means, it is fundamental to lower the bacterial load on any surface.
A correct disinfection allows to prevent a wide range of bacteria strain spreading such as Legionella, Staphylococcus aures, Acinetobacter baumannii, Klebsiella peumoniae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and other harmful bacteria. A consistent disinfection practice is required for facilities hosting people whose immune system is weaken or deficient.
Surface and instrument disinfection is consistent if its efficiency is proved against bacteria belonging to the Escherichia Coli, Streptococcaceae, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and other bacteria strains which are lethal for human beings.
Vegetal and fungi spores are unicellular reproduction units which through germination give birth to new spores. In the case of bacteria, it is a step of their vital cycle. In both case under suitable conditions, their spreading is air-borne rapid and effective and their capacity to generate new spores lasts in time. To prevent the spore spreading, such as Bacillus cereus and Bacillus suctilis, an effective sporicidal disinfection is required as to prevent contaminations.
Mycobacteria are bacillus with a thick cellular structure making them highly resistant to many medical drugs.
The tubercular mycobacteria, mainly, are extremely dangerous for people as they provoke the dangerous tuberculosis. Their inherent resistance to drug makes any treatment difficult and therefore surface and air disinfection is capital to avoid any dangerous pathologies for human beings.