Cleaning up large spaces can be sometimes cumbersome, especially areas with different delicate surfaces to clean and disinfect. For instance, in a gym, workers are expected to clean several exercising equipment and machines, restrooms, and lockers within a short period.
Although the implementation of tradition wipes and trigger sprays are effective, they are incredibly strenuous and prone to human error like missed surfaces. Notwithstanding, frequent and thorough disinfection of spaces are mandatory to reduce the spread of harmful pathogens that poses a threat to our health. And this brought about the introduction of disinfection electrostatic sprayers into our world.
What Is Electrostatic Disinfection?
Electrostatic disinfection refers to a process that involves spraying electrostatically charged mist onto objects and surfaces. This charged mist is a solution that comprises of air, which is atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer. Hence, the solution consists of positively charged particles that can aggressively stick to surfaces and object up to a specific time. Because of the positive charge of these particles, they firmly cover and cling to surfaces aimed at.
For hard to reach places or tricky shaped objects, cleaning staffs would only need to point and spray. The nature of these charged particles makes it possible to cover surfaces evenly, regardless of whether the mist is sprayed from a particular angle. Aftermath spraying, sanitizing agents, would then work to disinfect the coated surfaces. To this end, electrostatic spray remains an ideal solution to eradicate germs.
How Does Electrostatic Spray Works?
Electrostatic sprays work by giving an object a 360-degree coating, which is due to the positive charge of the sprayed solution as it exits the spray nozzle and the negative charge of the surface it reaches. Electrostatic is an effective cleaning and disinfection solution, using electrostatics to wrap around and cover harmful microorganisms and clean them off surfaces, including those are can’t be reached easily.
What are the Electrostatic Sprayer System Styles Available?
Various kinds of electrostatic sprayer option are currently available in the market that can best suit your facilities’ individual needs. Whichever your choice is, ensure to evaluate them for safety, ease of use and reliability before purchase.
Electrostatic disinfection sprayers exist in designs such as handheld sprayers, rolling cart systems, and backpack sprayers. Backpack and handheld models are usually heavy when filled with liquid but offer greater operator flexibility. Some spraying system uses battery power to impart charges on liquids, while some sources power from a standard outlet plug to give charges on liquid. However, plug sometimes creates challenges, but they provide consistent power and droplet charging, resulting in better system performance. Batteries are less powerful and can’t generate a consistent and reliable charge that can deliver the required electrostatic performance to cover surface whenever solutions are sprayed.
Spray system with cord has other intrinsic benefits that enhance their performance. For instance, air compressors are incorporated into electrostatic sprayers that use power. This compressor reduces blowback, pushing the liquid toward environmental surfaces and away from the operator, keeping the operator safe. Battery-powered sprayers are without air compressor and more closely resemble trigger sprayers in terms of coverage and surface wrap.
Notwithstanding, whichever spray you opt for, these devices are efficient. They can help you cover a large surface area in less time, saving you time and money while disinfecting your facility to prevent the spread of illness-causing pathogens.
For more information about our disinfection electrostatic sprayers, contact us and speak with one of SPH Medical customer care representatives today at (844) 377-4633 or email@example.com