CHAMPION CHEVROLET OF AVON CARES - WE USE MICROBECLEANERS
Champion Chevy of Avon is taking all precautions to make sure our customers are safe and stay safe.  We know service needs to be done and new and used cars are wanted.  Here at Champion we're taking the next step to making sure our customers go home with a clean and disinfected car each and every time.  We use MicrobeCleaners on all of our serviced cars and new and used car purchases.  The team at Champion Chevy of Avon is here for you and we want to help your family continue to stay safe through the tough times we're all going through right now.  Rest easy when you come to Champion Chevy for a new car or leave your car for service.  MicrobeCleaners uses an AVPS-20 System and we're using right here at Champion Chevrolet of Avon.  We hope to see you soon.  For any questions, please call (877) 239-1982 or Contact Us today. 


CLEAN vs DISINFECT

Cleaning refers to the removal of dirt and debris from surfaces. Cleaning alone does not kill germs.

Disinfecting is the process of using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces, which reduces any risk of spreading infection.
 
HOW DOES IT WORK
The biostatic antimicrobial agent adheres to the vehicle's surfaces forming covalent bonds like a chain link fence covering the surface. As it dries, 18-chain carbon atoms rise from the floor to create a nano-bed of spikes, each of which carry a positive charge that attracts the negatively charged bacteria. Once attracted, the molecular spikes pierce the cell of the bacteria rupturing its membrane and causing that bacterial microorganism to die.
HOW DOES APPLICATION WORK AND HOW LONG DOES THE PROCESS TAKE?
Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the AVPS-20 process are completed in 15-30 minutes by installers trained to use particulate atomizers that dispense Hospital Grade Disinfectant and Biostatic Antimicrobial Agent onto the surfaces of the vehicle including through its heating and air conditioning vents. Atomization is process of reducing the liquid agents into small droplets, which are measured in microns. The devices used create 40-120 micron-sized droplets that allow for significantly better application than traditional cleaning methods such as wiping.  The smaller droplets easily make their way into the nooks and crannies providing for the best elimination of microbes and application of the protective layer to inhibit growth.  Droplets under about 40 microns are invisible to the naked eye whereas about 25,000 microns would fit on a postage stamp.