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How does an electrostatic disinfectant sprayer work

Update:04-08-2021
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Most surfaces in your community are neutral or trigger […]

Most surfaces in your community are neutral or trigger sprayer negatively charged. This is not important in relation to manual disinfection application. But electrostatic disinfectant sprayers positively charge an antimicrobial liquid as it passes through the nozzle. These positively charged antimicrobial droplets are then attracted to those surfaces and wrap around the application surface allowing for improved coverage on hard, nonporous environmental surfaces.

 

This helps ensure full coverage and avoids liquid pooling, saving you time, solution and money.According to a recent study: after minimal manual precleaning of areas with visible soiling, application of a dilute sodium hypochlorite disinfectant using an electrostatic sprayer provided rapid and effective decontamination.As with other healthcare settings, Senior Living facilities benefit from the ease and effectiveness of electrostatic cleaning because ofelectrostatic disinfectant sprayers can apply.

 

More disinfectant solution in less time than traditional cleaning methodsthe need to protect high-risk seniors from potentially deadly viruses like  is greateven the best-trained cleaning staff occasionally miss a spot or inadequately disinfect a surface, and an electrostatic disinfectant sprayer makes up for those natural human mistakesElectrostatic disinfection is applicable for hard nonporous surfaces anywhere residents, staff and visitors congregate and germs can manifest.

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