The unique hygiene concept of FINESTFOG

Ensuring optimum hygiene at every point of the humidification process is paramount.

FINESTFOG consolidates this approach by developing and combining technical innovations into an effective concept.

The FINESTFOG hygiene concept is unique:

"Optimised Air Humidification" certificate

FINESTFOG humidification and FINESTFOG high-pressure humidification systems have received multiple awards:

In 2012, the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) awarded the “Optimized Humidification” seal of approval (certification number DP 12050). The certification was initiated by the employer’s liability insurance association BG ETEM.

The FRESENIUS Institute in Taunusstein conducts the complex lab tests as part of the certification process and carries out hygiene spot checks on operators’ premises.

The “GS – Tested Safety” certificate was also awarded by the DGUV.

Systems can be certified under the following conditions:

The system must be a combination of a FINESTFOG humidification system and water treatment system

A legally binding maintenance contract must be concluded between the operator and FINESTFOG

Since 2004, FINESTFOG has been conducting long-term tests on systems at operators’ premises. The water samples are taken by the Hamburg-based international life science group GBA (Gesellschaft für Bioanalytik Hamburg mbH).

FINESTFOG systems humidify in accordance with the guidelines of VDI 6022 sheet 1 and VDI 6022 sheet 6.

"Optimised Prophylaxis" certificate

Optimal prophylaxis: High-intensity UV disinfection protects against bacteria, yeasts, and Legionella. The compact design of the UV disinfection system is ideal for on-site filtration.

The purified water in the storage tank passes through the UV disinfection system before being pressurised by the high-pressure pump.

The high-performance UV lamps reduce bacteria and viruses by 99.9%, making them particularly suitable for highly effective cleaning of humidifier water. The intense UV light radiation largely prevents the formation of germs and bacteria.

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