I didn't know there were so many types of machine.
- Chemical fogging
- Vaporized hydrogen peroxide
- Chlorine dioxide
The HSE has provided guidance and states "Users must be competent and properly trained". (See the link below regarding the training you need)
It seems each type of fogger covers different sized areas, so you need to buy the correct size machine for the size of rooms you want to disinfect.
I would be interested to hear about what type of fogging you use, in what size spaces and what the limitations or problems you have encountered.
They are starting to suggest that some are useful in the home and I would like to look into that. Mainly as my son works from home as an NHS IT technician and spends all day going back and forth visiting hospital offices and wards. I wouldn't want him to bring COVID home with him. In addition to useing bleach on door handles and tops, if a fogger was cheap enough, it might be worth doing once a week to keep my family safe.
Here is the guidance from the HSE for those using them at work https://www.hse.gov.uk/coronavirus/disi ... tbreak.htm