SteraMist Products

BioSafety Solutions & Consultants is the Sole Certified Service Provider of SteraMist for Oregon

High-level disinfection and most advanced tool for residue-free disinfection!

SteraMist Surface Unit from BioSafety Solutions

SteraMist Surface Unit

The SteraMist Surface Unit is a fully portable, hand-held, point and spray misting disinfection system. The ultimate tool in disinfecting any space, whether used for specific service needs or acquired for daily use. The single applicator surface unit enables disinfection of all surfaces – including high touch, sensitive equipment, and electronics. And because it is fast acting, rooms are safe to enter within minutes after the Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide (iHP) mist has been applied.


  • Simply spray surfaces for 5 seconds per square foot for disinfection
  • Multiple Surface Units can reduce terminal clean rooms to 10 minutes
  • Can be used on hard, non-porous, high touch surfaces
  • Reaches surfaces and areas that regular disinfectants cannot reach

Additional Claims

  • Single person application
  • Handheld application method gives users the freedom to easily manipulate and treat all sides of desired objects
  • Kills bacteria and inactivates viruses that may reduce the risk of exposure from pathogens on treated surfaces (See EPA label)
  • Helps prevent the build-up of odors by killing odor-causing bacteria
  • Fully validated to comply with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) Standards
  • Aerosolized microns spread like a gas
  • Goes above, beyond, under and around disinfecting sprays and wipes

SteraMist Environment System

The SteraMist Environment System is transportable, automated, remote controlled and provides complete room decontamination using three applicators per system.

Whether integrating into a facility’s current decontamination protocol or receiving an iHP SteraMist service by a TOMI trained technician, one Environment system offers effective whole complete room decontamination in just over 75 minutes (for a room 3,663.7 ft3/104 m3), including application time, contact time, and aeration time. Less time is typically needed for smaller size rooms and multiple systems may be used for larger spaces.


  • Effective whole room treatment in just under 45 minutes including application time and contact time
  • Less time is typically needed for smaller sized rooms
  • Fully transportable
  • The application is not a vapor

Additional Claims

  • Six-Log Kill (99.9999%) on Clostridium difficile spores
  • Kills pathogenic bacteria and Deodorizes by killing odor-causing bacteria
  • The automated/remote controlled system with downloadable data sets
  • Less downtime than competing technologies
  • Precise measurement of H2O2 disbursement
  • Fully validated to comply with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) Standards
  • iHP fog kills and inactivates bacteria and viruses in even the most hard-to-reach areas
Kill Rate of Microscopic Superbugs

TOMI’s Validation Methods

SteraMist BIT is Fully Validated to Comply with Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and Good Laboratory Practice (cGLP) Environments

A TOMI technician is available to work through many decontamination validation processes. Validate a 6-log kill with one or more of the following methods TOMI has to offer!

TOMI’s experts can assist in every step, from a simple validation technique to a Pharmaceutical’s Qualification: requirement of Design Qualification (DQ), Installation Qualification (IQ), Operational Qualification (OQ) and Performance Qualification (PQ).

TOMI recommends the efficacy of the SteraMist technology to be empirically tested using Chemical Indicators (CIs), Biological Indicators (BIs), and/or Enzyme Indicators (EIs) to ensure a 6-log kill.

Chemical Indicators (CIs) test a decontamination technology is delivering the needed dosage to the area being tested and works with or without the use of a Biological Indicator (BI) or Enzyme Indicator (EI).

  • Chemically treated paper strips used to measure color charted exposure levels.
  • These are packaged with a color chart in a waterproof plastic vial.
  • A CI measures the homogenous distribution of TOMI’s BIT Solution. As the aerosol is applied the CIs turn color to the desired log kill.

TOMI recommends the use of Geobacillus stearothermophilus ribbons for the validation of BIT when using Biological Indicators (BIs). BIs provide evidence that the iHP process conditions are sufficient to kill spores. BIs are accepted universally by several organizations as the “Gold Standard” for monitoring and decontamination and sterilization protocols.

TOMI has chosen Geobacillus stearothermophilus as our standard when validating with BIs because it is more resistant than other microbes and provides a safety margin for its customers. Thus, when a TOMI technician has successfully validated a facilities space with BIs, the facility is secured knowing the iHP treatment/service was effective enough to kill a large population of highly resistant spores. Hence, a facility also is secured knowing they received kill on a lower number of less resistant organisms on the surfaces and in the spaces. BIs require a 7-day incubation period for definitive validation.

Enzyme indicators (EIs) are an alternative way to validate decontamination performance instantly. This new science technology could potentially change the world of validation! EIs are industry-changing advances in measuring H₂O₂ decontamination performance. Adenylate kinase is an enzyme; its presence and activity can be measured using a rapid and sensitive luminescence assay. It originated from the isolation of thermostable Adenylate Kinase (tAK) from thermophilic bacteria found in hot springs (Sulpholobus acidocaldarius).

The advantage of EIs is that they report results at the highest log kill available in science and in 60 seconds or less! Instant results mean instant action to increase productivity for any facility.

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