An electrostatic spray disinfectant system is a powerful yet simple means of cleaning that is often overlooked by commercial cleaning companies. It is designed to combat the threat of electrostatic discharge, which can result in serious damage to electrical equipment. Although the threat of discharge itself can be prevented with other forms of cleaning, it is surprising how often it occurs in commercial settings.
A weak electric current is transmitted through metal objects and into the room. This charge is generated by the device used to conduct the charge and is then absorbed by the object. Although this can happen in areas where there are no other electrostatic charges, it is usually more prevalent in offices and other work spaces. The presence of an electrostatic charge is usually the result of a short circuit or a surge in an electrical current. These incidents can easily be avoided by following specific precautions. By learning about the benefits of the electrostatic spray disinfectant system, businesses can eliminate this threat before it even occurs.
Electrostatic sprayers are designed for use on various surfaces. Some types of the device are equipped with telescopic pole holders, allowing them to be placed on desks, cabinets, shelving and other work surfaces. The nozzle is typically either manual or motorized, depending on the type of device and its intended application. Manual electrostatic sprayers must be manually aimed at the surface to be disinfected, while motorized models can target surfaces in a precise manner.
As part of the Electrostatic Disinfection process, the system provides a high-pressure stream of water that must be directed at the contaminants. This stream of water is created by the nozzle’s positive and negative pressure control buttons. To prevent moisture from building up around the surfaces being cleaned, the air release valve in the system is closed while spraying. The air release valve does not open while the flow of water is being produced. This ensures that no moisture can escape from the areas being disinfected.
Once the electrostatic discharge has been conducted, the manual cleaning should then be performed to remove the residual mist from the surfaces to prevent re-soiling. Misting can occur if too much contact is made with the areas being treated. This can result in fogging, which are commonly seen as a film on laundry windows, bathroom doors and kitchen countertops. If left unchecked, fogging can continue and may eventually require complete disinfection. To prevent the fogging from occurring, it is recommended that manual cleaning be discontinued as soon as the mist begins to clear.
Most electrostatic sprayers utilize the positive charge form of electrostatic removal. Electrostatic removal can be achieved in two different ways. The first method uses static electricity which is caused by the electrostatic attraction and repulsion between charged particles. The positive charge attracts the charged particles and creates a positive charge around the particle. The opposite negative charge, on the other hand, causes the charged particles to repel each other and forms a zero-charge field. This is the form in which disinfectants are released into the area to be treated.
Other types of electrostatic disinfectants are the ozone disinfectant, bromine disinfectant and chlorine dioxide disinfectant. These disinfectants will only work if there is a lot of contamination and even then, chlorine dioxide is not as effective as the other two. The effectiveness of chlorine dioxide as a disinfectant depends on the amount of contamination that has been found on the surface to be treated. For this reason, the use of granular chlorine dioxide is recommended when treating very large or tightly stained areas.
To ensure that you have a safe and easy time using the electrostatic disinfectant system, you will want to purchase one that comes with a rubber nozzle. When you are ready to use the system, the nozzles will allow you to spray onto the surfaces to be treated without having to worry about them getting clogged or being shot at. To make sure that you are spraying the correct nozzles, however, you will want to make sure that you have an assistant to assist you, such as a professional pool service technician.