All-in-one solution for faster, simpler disinfection
Modernise your hospital disinfection procedures with Hydra and Solvic: The powerful and cost-effective HOCl misting system for safe and systematic antimicrobial area decontamination.
Are your surfaces just visibly clean, or are they actually physically clean?
Solvic®: Aqueous misting solution
Solvic® is a powerful disinfection solution that is effective against a wide range of pathogens, including Covid-19. Despite being over 300 times more powerful than bleach, it is as gentle as water and approved in some countries for use as an acne treatment, as well as in eye and oral healthcare.
Hydra: Disinfection misting machine for use with Solvic®
Hydra is a portable disinfection misting system, exclusively designed for use with Solvic®. Faster cycle than other systems: As little as 15 minutes start to finish. Simpler to use: All-in-one portable solution, easy for a single user to operate with no need for PPE. Affordable: Available at a fraction of the cost of standard HPV fogging machines.
Hospitals are under more pressure than ever to ensure effective, compliant cleaning services.
Find out how and why Metis Health innovates for better, faster, simpler disinfection and cleaning practices at a more cost-effective price point.
“chlorine smell” and what it actually means…
With the stronger smell of combined chlorine, this means that more bacteria have reacted and been killed.
Exploring the use of hypochlorous acid for disinfection
Breaking down the components of HOCI and how it can help hospital environmental services departments
Can hypochlorous acid be used as part of a skin care regime?
Can a biocide that is being used to kill COVID-19 in healthcare facilities really be gentle enough to use on your face as part of your skin care regime? It may sound hard to believe but this wonder biocide is revolutionising both the cosmetic and medical aesthetic markets.
What is Hypochlorous Acid?
Solvic® (also referred to as HOCl) has been known about for hundreds of years but only recently, particularly during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, has it grown in popularity.