Electrostatic Sanitizing

How You Can Benefit From
Electrostatic Sanitizing

Keeping your team safe and healthy is a big chore. You want to hire a trusted, reputable company to help with this critical task.

Customers, like you, appreciate the way Clean Impact shows up on time with a professionally trained team. You benefit from getting exactly what you requested; we don’t cut corners. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

Do you have an emergency? No problem! You get a quick response, typically within 1 hour.

What Is So Awesome About
Electrostatic Sanitizing/Disinfecting?

What is Electrostatic Disinfecting and
How Does it Work?

Electrostatic disinfecting is a way of quickly and evenly coating a surface with a disinfecting solution (about 1000 particles per sq inch) This is done using an electrostatic applicator that gives a negative charge to the disinfecting solution as it exits the nozzle. The charged molecules will repel each other, meaning they will be an even distance from each other, but will be attracted to the surface they are applied to. The charged particles have a greater charge strength than gravity, allowing them to directionally target a selected surface quickly, providing near-immediate room reentry.

The science behind it is detailed, but in simplest terms, electrostatic disinfecting works by providing a charge to a solution so that it electromagnetically sticks to a targeted surface, providing 360-degree coverage.

In most instances, surfaces are neutral. So when an electrostatic disinfecting system provides a negative charge to the solution, the solution will be attracted to a surface with a different polarity. This is how the automotive industry has evenly and accurately spread spray paint onto cars for decades. Sorry for geeking out!

Clean Impact electrostatic sanitizing photo
Why Do We Need Electrostatic Sanitizing?

Using a little elbow grease and cleaning solution is a significant first step in disinfecting. Still, you need more. It is virtually impossible to disinfect every square inch of surface area in a building this way. Not only is it prohibitively expensive in terms of labor, but also unrealistic in terms of time available. In reality, germs and bacteria spread into hard-to-reach surfaces faster than we can clean them away. Colony-forming bacteria and viruses are hiding in many areas that we cannot access with current methodologies and equipment.

Imagine applying a disinfecting solution to all the nooks and crannies that exist in a hospital, including: wheelchairs, walkers, beds, and other medical equipment.

Business and public offices are another critical cleaning environment. Many hard-to-reach areas are potentially covered in pathogenic bacteria, like keyboards, phones, and desks – to name a few! Remember that we are disinfecting to positively impact workplace absenteeism and the overall health of a facility.

Electrostatic disinfection is the magic bullet that healthcare and public infection control has been waiting for. Electrostatics provides a step that can now effectively augment the current facilities’ current processes to protect the public from nosocomial and community-based pathogens.

Why is Electrostatic Disinfecting
So Effective?

Harmful pathogens can live on surfaces for days and will potentially double every 20 minutes given the right food source and ambient temperature. This provides ample opportunity to create situations for cross-contamination.

Conventional cleaning and disinfecting do a fine job of managing the microbiological load on common touchpoints. However, the evolutionary flexibility of modern pathogens is such that we need to add new strategies to manage cross-contamination and microbial load in many types of facilities well beyond acute care.

Electrostatic disinfecting provides a broad-spectrum approach to disinfecting a complete surface area and an entire room as we have never seen before.

Electrostatic sanitizing photo by Clean Impact in Springfield
Why not just use a simple aerosol disinfectant?

You can if you want to disinfect some of the surfaces. What about the sides and underneath? Aerosols fall onto a surface, essentially cleaning 50ish%.

Electrostatic sanitizing aggressively seeks surfaces to bond to and annihilate germs & viruses. This means it wraps around surfaces, hitting nooks and crannies, Tops and bottoms, fronts and sides. It’s efficient, effective, and safe! 

Clean Impact LLC proudly serves all of Illinois, including Chatham, Rochester, Jacksonville, Springfield, Decatur, Athens, Auburn, Riverton

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