What is Electrostatic Disinfection Technology?
The electrostatic disinfection method is proven as the safest on the commercial cleaning market! It’s time-consuming and labor-intensive to disinfect a surface using a sprayer or a wiper. The process is effective only if wiped thoroughly. Automatically triggered sprayers, fogging systems, and misters provide tiny drops that passively deposit on surfaces depending on the direction of spray. The result is uneven coverage of disinfectant that leaves contaminants remaining on the floors.
Electrostatic disinfection uses a low-power sprayer, and charges get applied to all surfaces, including crevices and undersides.
How does electrostatic disinfection work?
Electrostatic spray surface washing is spraying an electro-spatial mist over a surface or object. The electrostatic spray uses an integrated technology, combining air and atomizing to atomize a metal in a spraying machine. Subsequently, the sprayed material has positively charged particles that easily bind to the surface. Due to positively charged particles, the spray adheres and covers the area directed to. These are very important for awkward shapes or tight spaces, as the nature of the mist ensures that surfaces get sprayed evenly.
Electrostatic sprays are powered with electrical current and allow for a uniform and safe sanitizer for all types of surfaces. When chemicals are removed from the electrostatic spray machine, the electrostatic sprayer generates electrical charges. The droplets become attached to the negative surfaces by the spraying agent. A coverable surface repels vapor and is therefore highly effective.
As the chemical exits the electrostatic sprayer, it’s given a positive electrical charge. The droplets then become attracted to all negative surfaces, covering the visible area, underside, and backside, with the sanitizing agent. Surfaces that are already covered will repel the spray, making the method extremely efficient. Every aspect of your workplace will be cleaned and sanitary, with specialized cleaning to clean desks, floors, countertops, doorknobs, bathrooms, eating spaces, and other areas.
The spray attaches to unwanted negatively charged particles, which are then disinfected to kill undesirable bacteria, viruses, mold, and spores once the liquid disinfectant completely dries. Surfaces that are already covered in the cleaning solution will repel the spray.
Adding this service to your cleaning program can save you time, energy, and costs across the board. There are two viable options for incorporating electrostatic disinfection.
Sanitation and disinfection of all surfaces
Cleaning professionals know that bacteria that causes infections can live in work environments for days. Every time a person sneezes or coughs, these germs land and the surface become contaminated.
We clean office spaces and keep them germ-free. Our cleaning team uses advanced techniques to clean hard surfaces using electrostatic disinfection fogging effectively.
Using Electrostatic Disinfection at Your Facility
Should you have electrostatic disinfecting in your business? Add it to the clean-up of any office or school, and you will gain significant savings in time and labor costs.
But even more importantly, you will be providing the people who use and visit your building the safest clean you can get.
Contact the Clean Impact team to request further details now.