Electrostatic Disinfection

An electrostatic sprayer really is the only solution to those annoying, nagging, smelly, and stubborn disinfection issues. Electrostatic sprayers gently charge the particles of your chosen disinfectant so that they stick together. Positively charged particles of deodorants are attracted by these charged surfaces, so they adhere. Once they stick, there’s no turning back.

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So you just can’t stand to be around them and then you get those nagging reminders to use those disinfectants. But when you’re out and about, all you can do is pull out the bottle of mouth wash, your choice of disinfectant, and your contact time. It’s a pain. And if you have kids in the house, it’s a big pain. They’ve just been fed up with this for too long. With an electrostatic sprayer, all of that pain evaporates.

Your family won’t mind using them much less, either. With a milder chemical disinfectant, there’s always the threat of skin irritation, redness and dryness of some sort. These problems occur with more harsh chemicals, too. And with an electrostatic sprayer, the problem goes away because the surface tension charges are so low that only slightly negative charges form on the surface of whatever you’re trying to disinfect.

Cleaning with an electrostatic disinfectant is as easy as reaching places that are hard to reach. For example, you don’t need to use a hard surface like a countertop to achieve contact with grime. Using an electrostatic sprayer allows you to reach those hard to reach places. It’s all about power and efficiency. With a simple tap of a button, you can have your surfaces as clean and germ free as possible.

The best types of electrostatic sprayers are those that have an oscillating motion. Like other devices that use positive static electricity, these oscillating units send out positively charged particles. As these particles strike the surface to be cleaned, they create a slight amount of heat that causes the charged particles to cling to the surface in the hope of gaining a bit of interaction. This interaction, plus the fact that negatively charged particles are attracted to the surface, forms a mild vapor that has all of the good characteristics of steam but none of the bad.

Unlike steam disinfection, electrostatic sprayer disinfection produces no harmful fumes or smoke. When you turn the machine off after using it, nothing falls from the sky. The only flammable or dangerous components remain are the ones that have been attached to the device when it was turned on. Even then, their levels of hazard are extremely low. This is because most electrostatic discharge mechanisms function through the use of high frequency sound waves.

While the majority of electrostatic sprayer disinfection techniques require the employment of specialized technicians, there are a few which can be performed by anyone with an electrical outlet. In fact, they are quite easy to install. All that is needed is a simple hook up to the existing wiring. Once this is done, all that is needed to do is turn on the machine and place the electrostatic charge on the surface to be disinfected. With a single charge, the electrostatic sprayer will have the ability to thoroughly wash and disinfect non-uniform surface areas up to and including doors, ceilings, walls, and other surfaces. This process can be completed rather quickly and with very little labor required.

Many companies are turning to electrostatic sprayer disinfecting as a cost saving measure. The savings achieved from not having to pay for costly sanitation fees at businesses such as hotels and restaurants are passed on to the consumer. There are a variety of styles and sizes to choose from when shopping for either portable or table top handheld sprayers. Table top models are often smaller and more easily handled by one person while backpack sprayers are usually larger and easier to transport to different sites and job locations.