Within animal stables, it is very important that diseases are kept away from the livestock. Hygiene is of primary importance here. Think for example of bird flu in chickens, swine fever in pigs, or foot-and-mouth disease in cows. When an animal becomes ill, it is often necessary to isolate the animal to prevent further spread. After the use of this isolation room, it will have to be thoroughly disinfected. This is the only way to prevent the risk of other animals becoming infected with bacteria, fungi, and viruses.