A Tutorial on Measuring Cleanliness
Cleaning is defined as the effective removal of unwanted matter. Measuring cleanliness has taken on a whole new meaning in light of the coronavirus pandemic. In the past, we have relied on sight and smell to determine if an environment is clean, but this may not be enough as cleaning standards rise.
Watch the latest Straight Talk Video to learn how to use adenosine triphosphate (ATP) measurement to determine how well you are removing pathogens that cannot be seen or smelled. ATP is found in all biological matter so a high ATP reading indicates that although a surface may look clean, it is covered in biological contaminants, some of which may be harmful bacteria and viruses.
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