Electrostatic Spray Disinfecting

From door handles to keyboards, bacteria quickly builds-up on every surface of commercial and residential spaces, spreading contagious illnesses, like the flu and strep throat. And now with the outbreak of coronavirus, a sanitary environment is more important than ever. However, bacteria and other tiny particles can be impossible to fully eliminate with traditional disinfecting and sanitizing methods. To really stop illnesses from spreading, you need a new solution: electrostatic spray technology.


 

How Electrostatic Disinfection Works

This cleaning method atomizes cleaning solutions to produce an electrically charged spray able to wrap around surfaces of all types for an even coat. As a chemical exits the electrostatic sprayer, it’s given a positive charge that is attracted to available negative surfaces. The spray attaches to and collects negatively charged unwanted particles, which are then removed from the environment with a specially designed apparatus. Surfaces that are already covered in the cleaning solution will repel the spray, making the method extremely efficient.


 

The Benefits of Electrostatic Disinfecting

Electrostatic disinfection is an innovative method that saves time, energy and costs across the board because it presents a more efficient alternative to traditional cleaning techniques and cleaning solution applications. Below are some of the many benefits of using an electrostatic system.
 

  • Reduces the time it takes to cover and disinfect all surfaces  and hard-to-reach places by 50% compared to conventional  methods

  • Applies chemicals in a more efficient, uniform and controlled  manner, eliminating the dangers of overuse and reducing the  amount of chemicals used and waste produced

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

  • Improves infection control and the spread of viruses such as  influenza, MRSA, HIV and many others

Electrostatic disinfecting technology is superior to any other method of disinfecting.

Misters, fogging systems and manual trigger sprayers deliver very small droplets  that passively deposit on surfaces based on the direction of spray and the effect of gravity. This results in uneven coverage of disinfectant, which can mean leaving harmful pathogens remaining on surfaces.
 

And spray/wipe methods are time consuming, labor intensive and disinfecting is only as good as the person wiping these surfaces.

The Most Effective Disinfecting Technology Available

The Electrostatic disinfection process works like powder coat paint where the solution is applied with a low-pressure sprayer and charged particles adhere to every surface including crevices and undersides.

 

This process provides 100% coverage and is ideal for large area facilities such as schools, airports, work camps, manufacturing and healthcare buildings, disinfecting up to 18,000 sq. ft. per hour.

 

Electrostatic disinfection services should be part of your plan for infection control and prevention and part of your regular cleaning services for:

  • aircraft and hangar disinfecting services

  • healthcare cleaning services

  • seniors care cleaning services

  • recreation center and gym cleaning services

  • medical office cleaning services

  • dental office cleaning services

  • assisted living facility cleaning services

  • hotel cleaning services

  • Government Buildings

  • First Aide, Fire Department & Police Stations

  • Municipal Buildings

  • Schools


 

Proactive & Emergency Disinfecting

Whether your protecting yourself from future health problems or reacting to a breakout, our technicians provide only the most advanced electrostatic spray disinfecting to your targeted environment.​  ​​Electrostatics creates a force of attraction to all surfaces within the environment and guarantees uniformity in coverage as the droplet’s “like charges” will repel each other instead of overlap. Within minutes the fine mist dries and the protective solution bonds and is ready to destroy a wide array of deadly organisms.