If you have recently been served with a cease and desist order for non-compliant activities under the CAN SPAM Act, or if you believe you are being harassed via email or Internet message, you should contact an Electrostatic spray equipment manufacturer immediately to discuss your rights. It is important that you speak with a professional who understands the laws and can guide you through the process of determining what options, if any, are available to you. Most importantly, do not make any monetary payments until you have spoken with a lawyer experienced in the enforcement of these federal and state laws. The potential damage by the failure to prevent infringement of electronic messages is very real and only a small fraction of the communications sent every day are actually infringements. Therefore, preserving the confidentiality of all email and Internet message information is crucial to protecting yourself from civil and criminal litigation as well as protecting the rights of those whom you wish to share this information with.
An electrostatic discharge (ED) system consists of a cordless electrostatic sprayer, liquid disinfectant, and a control panel. When the sprayer sends an electrical charge down the cordless cable, the disinfectant rapidly works to destroy any bacteria or other microorganism spores that may be present. Once the microorganisms are killed, the liquid sanitizer clears the surface. This entire process is highly efficient and effective, but there are practical considerations which must be taken into account when implementing an ED system.
Electrostatic sprayers use high voltage to electrically charge particles on surfaces. While many surfaces will retain at least a small charge, many will discharge, especially when wet. Contaminants that are discharged as a result of mist spraying or accidental spraying (e.g., paint, cosmetics, lubricants, hairsprays, perfumes) or when the surfaces come into contact with one another (e.g., when touching refrigerator doors and cabinets, desks, or computer keyboards) may create health risks. Contaminants that are released as a result of improper cleaning may also create hazards.
EDs are available in two types: permanent and disposable. Permanent electrostatic spraying units have a completely sealed exterior so that health risks cannot be introduced through accidental spray release. Durable permanent electrostatic systems use liquid nitrogen for dwell time and dry ice for spiking. Disposable units allow for quick clean up and disposal, but pose a greater health risk if accidentally released.
Permanent electrostatic sprayers are made from a variety of materials. Aluminum and stainless steel make for durable, reliable equipment. Many homeowners prefer stainless steel sprayers because they can safely and easily scrub away fingerprints and dirt on metal surfaces, like cookware and metal utensils. The electrostatic properties of these materials keep airborne pathogens and contaminates from sticking to the surfaces, which is especially important for surfaces where children may play. Many homeowners also prefer aluminum sprayers because they produce less toxic emissions than do stainless steel products.
A permanent electrostatic sprayer can be disinfected in many ways. Commonly used disinfectants include borax and chlorine bleach. Disinfectants can be designed to specifically disinfect certain areas or all surfaces, depending on the conditions, such as those exposed to high levels of humidity.
Portals electrostatic sprayer can be a safer alternative than chlorine and borax disinfectants, especially if children will be using the area. Some newer portals models include built in air filters that can be activated to provide a more intense disinfecting. These filters can remove small particulates that may be present in household dust and other airborne debris.
Cleaning brushes for electrostatic sprayers are useful for removing finger print marks, greasy fingers, and other types of dirt, which make these sprayers an ideal choice for protecting office surfaces. The cleaning brush acts as a detergent, which breaks down oil and grease on surfaces. It also removes the fingerprint marks from office walls. These brushes can come in different shapes to fit different forms.