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Chemical Disinfectant Fogger with Disinfectant - 12 Litre Capacity


Droplet Size - Mic 10-50 (adj)
Capacity - Litres 12
Horizontal Spray Distance - Metres 5-6
Spray Volume - ml/min 750
Vertical Spray Distance - Metres 1.5-2

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Product Code: SDME-15002E

£469.99 £330.00 (ex. VAT)

£563.99 £396.00 (inc. VAT)

UK Mainland Delivery: £6.99 + VAT
Delivery: 2-3 working days
Stock: 40+ available


Droplet Size - Mic 10-50 (adj)
Capacity - Litres 12
Horizontal Spray Distance - Metres 5-6
Spray Volume - ml/min 750
Vertical Spray Distance - Metres 1.5-2

This listing is for a Chemical Disinfectant Fogger (12 Litre Capacity), supplied with 4 x 5-Litre Bottles of SHIELDme Antiviral Surface Disinfectant & Sanitiser.

Our Backpack Chemical Disinfectant Fogging Machine is a practical solution for quickly and efficiently disinfecting internal spaces such as offices, waiting rooms, classrooms, gyms and shopping centres, alongside also being suitable for use inside public transport such as trains, buses and taxis.

Featuring a 12 litre capacity, the Backpack Fogging Machine is ready to use out of the box once it has been filled with a suitable liquid disinfectant. If you require more 5-litre bottles of the SHIELDme Antiviral Surface Disinfectant & Sanitiser, they can be ordered here.


  • Portable ULV electric sprayer
  • Supplied with 4 x 5-litre bottles of SHIELDme Antiviral Surface Disinfectant & Sanitiser
  • For highly efficient disinfection
  • Wearable design
  • User-controlled precise spraying of liquid disinfectant
  • Unique angled hose design
  • Auto-locking spray head to prevent leaking
  • Rotating sprayer to reduce blockage
  • No assembly required
  • Ready to use out of the box
  • Funnel included for pouring disinfectant into fogging machine
  • High-power motor for high-speed spraying
  • Instant switch on/off
  • Padded detachable 'backpack' style straps
  • 5 litre capacity fogging machine also available (See Related Products)

The unique hose design makes it ideal for easily dispensing disinfectant solution in hard-to reach areas such as walkways, stairwells, under desks and through cupboards and shelves, as well as over large surface areas such as floors, furnishings and worktops.

This fogger is especially useful inside care homes, holiday properties and residential buildings as the fine fog can safely penetrate porous surfaces such as soft furnishings (where bacteria can rapidly grow) for a high level of disinfection. It can be used handheld, freestanding, or worn backpack style.


  • 12 Litre Capacity
  • 220V/50Hz
  • 1200W
  • 2.5 metre cable
  • Spray Volume: 750ml/min
  • ​Adjustable Droplet Size: 0-50 mic
  • 5 - 6m Horizontal Spray Distance
  • 1.5 - 2m Vertical spray Distance
  • CE Approved
  • UK 3-Pin Plug

Please Note: Cleaning should be performed using suitable personal protective equipment (PPE).

Fogging Machines - FAQs

What is a fogging machine and how does it work?

The fogging machine (also called a fogger or fumigator) is a versatile piece of equipment that uses a fine spray to apply a disinfectant solution - they have become an essential piece of equipment for effectively sanitising large internal spaces, common touch surfaces and hard-to reach areas following the COVID-19 outbreak.

The disinfectant applied through a fogging machine sanitises both surfaces and the air itself through micro-droplets of disinfectant that remain on surfaces for an extended period of time, providing long-lasting protection.

The fogger uses pressure to create a fine mist (or fog) which is applied to the targeted area, the spray density typically being moderated by a manual valve to ensure the optimum effect. The fine fog can reach into corners and difficult areas and may also penetrate porous surfaces.
What type of environments are suitable for fogging to be carried out?
Our fogging machines offer a simple solution for quickly sanitising environments of any size.  Because fogging is a relatively quick process, it is suitable for regular application and the treated areas and equipment can be brought back into operation promptly. It is ideal for disinfecting high-traffic locations and common touch points where bacteria and viral infections have the potential to spread.
The following list is not exhaustive, but does indicate the range of environments suitable for fogging treatment:
  • Schools
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Offices
  • Pubs
  • Gymnasiums
  • Public transport
  • Hospitals
  • Indoor play areas
  • Care homes
  • Factories
  • Prison Cells
  • Veterinary Practices
What is the difference between wet and dry fog?
Both our 5-litre and 12-litre foggers can disperse dry and wet fog. Their nozzles allow you to regulate both the spray volume and droplet size. Dry fog usually has droplets that are 10 to 15 microns in diameter. This is because the droplets are so small that they create a seemingly dry fog.
On the other hand, a fog that has droplets that are 20 microns or larger in diameter is considered wet fog. This fog appears to be wetter and more like a mist than a fog. 

Dry fog is more suitable for smaller spaces, whereas wet fog offers greater practicality for covering larger areas due to the increased size of the droplets.

How much coverage will I get from my fogging machine?

Using the 'wet fog' setting (20 microns or larger), a deep clean covering 20 square metres would take approximately one minute and use a liquid consumption of 350ml.

Does the fogging machine leave particles hanging in the air?

The droplets are dispersed into the air, float then slowly fall, disinfecting every surface as well as cleaning the air itself, resulting in a hygienically clean space. 

Do I need to remove all electrical equipment before fogging an office space or similar?

All electrical appliances should be turned off and disconnected before the fogging process takes place. There is no requirement to physically remove any electrical equipment from the area or space prior to fogging.

After fogging has been carried out, when is it safe to re-enter the treated area?

This depends on the type of disinfectant used. We supply BAC, DDAC and Hypochlorous Acid (HOCI) based disinfectant which has been tested extensively and proven to effectively kill a wide range of bacteria and viruses including Covid-19. The recommended time periods for each disinfectant are as follows: Remember to check there is no airborne activity before allowing personnel back into the treated area.

When fogging the area will the areas be wet for any length of time?

After you have left the fog to dissipate, there shouldn’t be any wetness remaining. If there is any excess, it should be wiped off with a clean cloth.

SHIELDme Disinfectant - FAQs

What is SHIELDme Disinfectant?

SHIELDme Disinfectant is an Electronically Activated Water containing Hypochlorous Acid (HOCI) as active ingredient - this formula was declared by FDA on 2002 as a high-level disinfectant. SHIELDme is in compliant with British Standards & European Norms BSEN 14476, 14204, 1276, 13704, 13697 & 1656. SHIELDme Disinfectant is fast and effective against all know pathogens and effectively kills 99.999% of harmful germs, viruses and spores including influenzas, E-coli, C-difficle, MRSA and Norovirus in less than 30 seconds. It is also 100% Natural, Non-Alcoholic, Non-Irritating and Benign to Human Skin.

SHIELDme contains no preservatives, fragrances or essential oils. SHIELDme Disinfectant is produced from three everyday components: water, food grade salt, and electricity. SHIELDme Disinfectant is a stable packaged Hypochlorous acid (HOCl), a safe, environmentally friendly biocide which represents a monumental step forward in health care and hygiene.

How effective is SHIELDme against the SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19?

SHIELDme Disinfectant has been independently tested against COVID-19 Virus in the US by Microbac laboratories, Inc. and successfully kills the Virus at a contact time of 30 seconds. SHIELDme has been independently tested by Eurofins ams Laboratories Pty Ltd in Australia to ASTM E 1053 using the methodology of EN 14476 (Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of Virucidal activity in the medical area).

This test is again a benchmark for effectiveness against Coronaviruses. Remember SHIELDme is alcohol free, skin friendly and much faster acting than conventional alcohol-based sanitizers. With this virus you need to kill it fast.

How green is the solution?

It is eco-friendly - it turns to saline. The active substance is identical to the molecule produced by the mammalian immune system. It is produced from natural ingredients.

What is the pH of SHIELDme?

The pH of SHIELDme Disinfectant is neutral at pH7. This means it won’t sting.

How do I apply Shieldme Disinfectant?

Shieldme Disinfectant should be applied using a low-pressure sprayer or fogging machine/fogger.

I am pregnant, is it safe?


Is it safe for elderly people?


Is it safe for children?


Is it suitable for vegans? 

The ingredients are water, salt and Hypochlorous acid only - none of which have been derived from animals.

Is it animal safe?


What if I ingest the spray?

The mist is so fine this is unlikely - the toxicity studies show the LD50 to be about 3.5 litres, so even if you drank a whole bottle it would not be harmful. The spray is natural and not toxic, therefore there would be no harm.

Will it stain my clothes - for example suede clothes and shoes?


What if it gets in my eyes?

The spray is odourless and non-toxic so even if it does get in your eyes, it is generally safe - it will not act as an irritant. The sensitivity studies confirm there is no adverse impact on the eye. If ill effects occur flush eyes with plenty of water and seek medical attention.

What is the mixing ratio?

DO NOT dilute SHIELDme Disinfectant - it is ready to use.

Do I need to remove all electrical equipment before fogging an office space or similar?

If you are using Shieldme Disinfectant with your fogging machine/fogger, there is no requirement to physically remove any electrical equipment from the area or space prior to fogging. However, all electrical appliances should be turned off and disconnected before fogging commences.

How long do I need to leave it before I allow personnel back into the treated area after fogging?

If SHIELDme Disinfectant has been used to disinfect the space, you only need to allow a minimum of five minutes before allowing people back in.

Is SHIELDme an irritant to asthma or allergy sufferers?

It is advised that the SHIELDme disinfectant is left for a minimum of five minutes following application before personnel are allowed back into the treated area. After this time, there should be no issues for asthma or allergy sufferers - however, we do recommend that you consult a physician for expert advice.

How long after first use does it expire?

The product has a shelf life of 12 months from point of manufacturer which is labelled on the bottle with the batch number. Usage of the product does not affect the expiry date.

Do I need to take certain measures for storing the bottle?

SHIELDme should be stored at room temperature.