This process takes a low pressure and applies it to a high volume of air, and this creates tiny sized droplets, which comes out as a mist. It works in the same way that disinfectant sprays work in the sense that the mist traps the virus and kills it.
Electrostatic spraying has been making a recent impact on the world of cleaning. It works by the disinfecting agents breaking down into tiny droplets, and then an electrical charge getting added. The added electrical charge helps to attract the droplets to the surface so that it's coated in an even application. The spray even gets in-between surfaces, without having to move objects, because it has a force of attraction 75 times that of gravity. The molecules can redirect their direction to cover the full surface.
The continous protection option is a three-step process. As our other disinfecting applications, the 1st step requires wiping down high touch points and the 2nd step utilizes a fogger or electrostatic sprayer to disperse disinfectant. For the added protection, the 3rd step requires we apply a anti-microbial coating that provides up to 60 days of defense.
Now you might be thinking, can't I do this on my own with disinfectants within my home or business?
The short answer is yes, but the majority of the time, when you wipe down a surface, it moves germs around because you're in contact with the wipe. This is why electrostatic spraying and fogging is the most efficient disinfectant option–a no-contact process.
Will the disinfectant negatively affect any surfaces?
Nope! The product is safe, non-toxic, and non-corrosive. In fact, it will prolong the look and life of treated surfaces and make them much easier to keep clean.
What about a film or stickiness?
That is what's so great! There is no residue, film, or stickiness after the application of product dries.
Let's Get Technical!
They say opposites attract and that is certainly the case with electrostatic charging. Have you ever rubbed a balloon against your head to make it stick to a wall? That’s basic electrostatic charging. When you rub the balloon against your head, it causes the balloon to take on free electrons creating a negative charge. The negatively charged balloon is then highly attracted to a neutral or positively charged surface like a wall. Like charges repel each other and unlike charges attract each other (think about magnets). Magic? Not at all, it’s just good science. The agricultural and automotive industries have used electrostatic technology for decades to provide a more efficient and cost-effective method of applying chemicals and paint. That same technology is applied to disinfectants. Electrostatic application of chemicals dramatically increases droplet attraction and attachment to surfaces. In fact, research indicates that electrostatic application is 8 times more effective than using an uncharged sprayer. This deposition of disinfectant happens when atomized droplets are discharged from the equipment nozzle and form a solid, uniform coating on the target surface.
The Electrostatic Sprayer is the best method to apply disinfectant but the combination of tool and solution is the bread and butter. There are many disinfectants that will kill many bacteria and viruses. However, they are not all created equal and may not be safe.
We utilize Danolyte® disinfectant that is EPA approved against bacteria and a multitude of established and emerging viruses. It has 100x the killing power than bleach with none of the negative effects of harsh chemicals to the environment, humans, animals, and surfaces.
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Recent concerns of emerging viruses have caused a lot of concern about the safety of public places. In fact, we have seen the worst flu seasons in decades. This leaves many facilities looking for new and improved ways to slow down the spread of contagious diseases. Illness is extremely costly for businesses.
The bacteria in your office could be costing you and your business far more than you realize. However, with the right tools, you can combat this cost. A properly disinfected office reduces the probability of catching the common cold by 80% and reduces absenteeism by 40%. Considering a 2-8% increase in productivity can potentially save your business $125,000, a disinfection treatment is well worth any investment.
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