Fogger machines are devices that generate a fine mist or fog of disinfectant or sanitizing solution that can reach areas that are difficult to clean by hand or with conventional cleaning equipment. These machines are used in a variety of settings, including hospitals, schools, restaurants, and homes, to sanitize surfaces and reduce the spread of germs and viruses.
Fogger machines come in different sizes and styles, and they can be powered by electricity or battery. They use a solution tank and a nozzle to disperse the fogging solution into the air. The fogging solution is usually a combination of water and a disinfectant or sanitizing agent, such as bleach, hydrogen peroxide, or quaternary ammonium compounds.
To use a fogger machine, the user fills the solution tank with the fogging solution, turns on the machine, and directs the fog toward the surfaces that need to be sanitized. The fogging solution settles on surfaces and can kill germs and viruses on contact.
Fogger machines are highly effective at sanitizing large areas quickly, and they are often used in conjunction with other cleaning methods to ensure that surfaces are thoroughly sanitized. They are also commonly used in industrial and agricultural settings to control pests and diseases.