What is Electrostatic disinfection?

When it comes to cleaning surfaces and objects, traditional dry and wet dusting tends to be the first methods that come to mind. While these cleaning techniques are tried and true, they do little more than spread filth around, unless the rags used are washed regularly. Dry dusting kicks up resting particles, redistributing them into the air and onto other surfaces. Wet dusting can involve harmful cleaning chemicals and make it hard to reach certain spots or objects.

Historical Introduction for the Electrostatic spray:

Electrostatic spraying has been used in the agricultural and automobile industries for decades. After years of using electrostatic spraying to target crops with pesticides and evenly paint cars, the technology has transitioned into a disinfection industry allowing it to advance its performance for a higher level of disinfecting chemicals on any kind of surface.

Although it may sound fancy, electrostatic disinfection is a method of disinfection that is easy to understand. It is a process that quickly and evenly coats a surface with a disinfecting solution. The electrostatic applicator gives a positive charge to the disinfecting solution as it exits the nozzle, allowing the solution to stick to a targeted surface with 360-degree coverage.

Before the advent of electrostatic technology, traditional sprays had problems with transfer efficiency: The measure of how much products makes it onto the surface being coated versus the percentage lost to the floor and surrounding environment.

What is the Electrostatic technology? And how does it work?

It is a process that quickly and evenly coats a surface with a disinfecting solution. The electrostatic applicator gives a positive charge to the disinfecting solution as it exits the nozzle, allowing the solution to stick to a targeted surface with 360-degree coverage.

BENEFIT (Coverage) The electrostatic effect covers 360 wrap around surfaces In so doing, the chemical not only reaches visible areas, but also reaches beyond the front surface to coat the underside and backside of objects.

Positive charged droplets will strategically seek and kill contaminations on surfaces.

BENEFIT (Accuracy) These positive charged agents not just sprayed on the surfaces, they will get attracted to negative contaminated surfaces.

Positive charged droplets will repel each other and get attracted to contaminations, which eliminates the excessive use chemicals.

BENEFIT (Efficiency) The use of chemicals is a must when we disinfect, but electrostatic technology will utilize a lot less chemicals than needed with better results.

For these reasons, electrostatic spraying is an excellent disinfection’s solution for the below:

Prevent the spread of infection, cutting down on germs and potential illness in your home/business.

Avoids cross contamination and the movement of bacteria from one surface to another.

Applies chemicals in a more efficient, uniform and controlled manner, eliminating the dangers of overuse.

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