Professional / Collegiate Sports and Facility Infection Prevention
iGuard PPC helps keep the Hawks team, staff and their families healthy by disinfecting the locker rooms and common areas at Phillips Arena.
“Hydrogen peroxide fogging helps us obtain our deep cleaning levels for housing.”
Mark D. Hauser | Associate Director Facilities
University of South Florida
Department of Housing & Residential Education
iGuard PPC helps keep the athletes, coaches and staff healthy at the University of Illinois by treating their locker rooms and training areas with our antimicrobial coating system.
Athletes, especially those who come into close contact, are vulnerable to viruses and bacteria carried by team mates. Training facilities and locker rooms can be a breeding ground for sickness and infection.
Let iGuard help:
- Keep athletes off the disabled list
- Boost the financial benefits of a healthy team
- Prevent widespread infection within the team
iGuard Offers Continuous Protection The iGuard antimicrobial system creates a self-sanitizing surface for continuous protection against harmful bacteria, viruses, mold and fungi. We apply the treatment to any surface for a transparent, long lasting coating to protect against dangerous pathogens.
- One treatment with iGuard’s system provides germ protection for 1 year
- iGuard’s antimicrobial effect isn’t diminished by disinfecting or the cleaning process
iGuard’s self-sanitizing system fogs the athletic area with hydrogen peroxide and then uses an electrostatic sprayer to completely cover the surfaces with a protective photocatalyst top coat.
Traditional cleaners and disinfectants used by athletic facilities may generate toxic by-products.
- chlorine bleach
- quaternary ammonium
Exposure to these chemicals has been associated with health problems:
- severe skin irritations
- eye irritations
The Halosil Fogging system does not contain:
- sodium hypochlorite (bleach)
- quaternary ammonium compounds (quats)
- sodium hydroxide
Athletic Environmental Surfaces Play a Role in Transmitting:
MRSA -Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
H1N1 flu virus – Swine Flu
CRE – Carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae
VRE – Vancomycin-resistant enterococci
Clostridium difficile – C-diff