Electrostatic Spray Disinfectant System – The Safe Alternative

A lot of people wonder if they should be using an electrostatic spray disinfectant system for their commercial cleaning needs. After all, they may think that this is an unnecessary expense that they can do without. Fortunately, most companies nowadays understand the value of a quality cleaning and janitorial service and are providing this kind of equipment to their establishments. So, if you’re thinking about getting one installed at your place, here are a few things to take into consideration.

A good thing about using this type of janitorial equipment is that it can automatically sanitize surfaces. The way that it works is by sending out small amounts of electricity in the form of a static charge to the surface that’s to be cleaned. This charge then travels down the length of the surface and hits every nook and cranny, killing any germs or bacteria that might be lurking in them. When the electrostatic spray is finished sending electricity through the surface, the droplets collect at the bottom of the unit. These droplets are then collected and taken back to the company for disposal.

Although most of these units use a combination of water and disinfectant, there are some companies that use chlorine dioxide as their main disinfectant. Unfortunately, chlorine dioxide is a very strong disinfecting agent, which means that it tends to eat away at the protective granules of the protective coatings that are on most surfaces. Therefore, some of the surfaces might end up having less of a protection than they once did, making for a much more unhygienic work environment. When you’re getting this kind of a system, you will want to consider whether or not you need to use a disinfecting agent of some kind.

A lot of companies that offer electrostatic spray disinfectants have both a janitorial sprayer and a main janitorial unit. One of the main differences between the two is the strength of the disinfecting agent. Most of the time, the stronger of the agents will be used on the floors of the affected location. The reason why it’s important to use a strong agent, such as chlorine dioxide, is because it’s a very powerful disinfectant. This means that if you’re using an old towel, floor mat, or similar article of clothing that has a protective coating on it, chances are good that a good amount of the chemical will get on there.

To figure out whether or not you actually need to use a disinfectant on the floors in your facility, you’ll want to think about how a typical electrostatic spray disinfectant system works. The actual device is pretty easy to figure out. The device will be plugged into an electrical outlet, and it will have a long hose that attaches to the indoor plumbing system in your bathroom. The device itself will have two electrodes that are negatively charged. These electrodes will attach themselves to the various surfaces in the bathroom, such as shower curtains and faucets. This creates an electrostatic charge around the surfaces that the disinfectant is attached to.

When you are looking at your device, you’ll notice that there is a large plastic tube that protrudes from the top of the device. This plastic tube functions as a spraying nozzle for the disinfection solution. It has a fine adjustment that allows you to be able to change the pressure of the water that is being sprayed onto the various surfaces in the bathroom. To ensure that the surface disinfection is effective, the spraying nozzle does need to be attached to a strong and sturdy hose.

A fogger works around the home to create dry fogging we use was developed around a heating and ionizing turbine. As the fogging we use is a continuous process, it is important that we have continuous lines of supply. These lines of supply should connect to a high capacity water supply well outside of the home, so that if the tank begins to run low on water the cleaning and disinfection of the tank would continue without any interruption. To assure that the fogging we use is effective, it is important that we keep the electrostatic charge around the tank of the disinfectant liquid transforming it into dry fog. This ensures that the moisture that the fogging we use is turning into dry dust particles that will kill the germs and bacteria that have been attached to the surfaces that the fogged over.

Electrostatic Disinfection System is a chemical that should be used in all areas that have the possibility of containing harmful bacteria or germs. This includes all areas where pets roam, or food is prepared. It is an economical and effective way to kill off harmful bacteria, germs, and viruses. With this form of disinfection, we no longer have to worry about what we may be doing that puts us in contact with potentially harmful organisms. Electrostatic cleaning and the use of the right chemical agents are a much safer alternative for everyone.