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"I’m excited to have Breezy in my classroom because kids don’t necessarily wash after everything. It’s nice to have that extra layer of protection."
Teacher, St. Mary’s Catholic School
"Recently, William P. Hobby Airport became the only 5-star airport in North America, and 1 out of 16 globally. That wouldn’t have happened without the innovative disinfecting equipment that the robotic Breezy One provides this airport."
Terminal Manager, HOU Airport
"Once the crews watched how quick and effective it is to disinfect a space, they were thrilled they didn’t have to hand fog and wipe down surfaces. A testament to their belief in the product is the fact that they don’t just use it in the ambulances - they use it everywhere in the station."
Rio Rancho Fire Rescue
"I chose to use Breezy Blue to disinfect my school because I wanted a tool that was quick, easy to use, and proven to be effective. I know that I'm giving my community a healthier learning environment and a safer place to work."
Director, McCurdy Charter School
"Thanks to Breezy, after every game, they're making sure that this environment is cleaned, the right way! It's unbelievable to have fans back again, we want to make sure this Pit is packed again - but make sure it's packed safely."
Head Coach, UNM Men's Basketball
Frequently Asked Questions
How fast does Breezy One™ operate?
Breezy One™ is capable of disinfecting in excess of 100,000 sq. ft. per hour under normal operation.
Is Breezy a fogger or a sprayer?
Both Breezy Blue™ and Breezy One™ use fogging technology to generate a dry fog with particle sizes between 20 and 100 microns, which provides superior coverage for disinfecting surfaces.
How difficult is Breezy to operate?
Both Breezy One™ and Breezy Blue™ are operated at the push of a button.
What pathogens does Breezy kill?
Breezy BioCare™ RTU is a broad-spectrum disinfectant that kills a variety of bacteria, viruses and mold including: Staphylococcus Aureus, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Salmonella Enterica, E. Coli, Listeria, Trichophyton Mentagrophytes, Coronavirus, Norovirus, Rhinovirus, and H1N1.