THE BENEFITS OF ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY DISINFECTING
As companies prepare to re-enter their buildings/facilities, you may be thinking: “How can we make our building/facility more secure for our employees, tenants, and all visitors?” Well, you are not alone. In fact, many buildings/facilities are making safety their top priority. You probably have already heard of “Electrostatic Spray Disinfecting” and may be asking yourself what the benefits are and whether it’s right for your facility. First, let us start by answering the following question; “What is Electrostatic Spray Disinfecting?”
Electrostatic spray disinfecting is the process of spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces and objects. After the spray is applied, the disinfectant goes to work on the entirety of all surfaces. It only takes 1 to 5 minutes depending on the disinfectant used; killing 99.99% of all pathogens. Its effective and touchless application means zero cross-contamination. Electrostatic spray disinfecting works by using a specialized solution that is combined with air and atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer. Subsequently, the spray contains charged particles that are able to aggressively adhere to all surfaces and objects. Because the particles in the spray are charged, they cling to and completely coat all surfaces they're aimed at.
Now, let’s go over some of the benefits of “Electrostatic Spray Disinfection”:
- Entire surface coverage for complete disinfection of all designated areas
- All disinfectants are OSHA, EPA, and CDC approved and compliant
- Safer and more consistent application with no disruption to existing areas, papers or surfaces with quick kill time and no residue
- Can be sprayed on keyboards, phones, copiers and all other electronic high touch areas without damage or concern
You can see why electrostatic spraying would be prudent to consider in your facilities and common areas following the COVID-19 pandemic. It only takes one infected person
to spread COVID-19 throughout an entire facility infecting numerous others. This is why you must be proactive with an ongoing scheduled disinfecting program to prevent the
spread of any asymptomatic and active COVID-19, other viral, bacterial, germs, and pathogens. Electrostatic spray disinfecting is not only an effective method of disinfecting but also one of the most efficient methods taking only 1 to 5min to kill 99.99% of all pathogens providing peace of mind for all occupants.
Need help maintaining a healthy workplace? At Senate Cleaning, we can help you make sure your environment is healthy and germ-free. We pride ourselves on delivering the best, innovative, safe, and sustainable cleaning and service solutions for your facility.
ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY DISINFECTING VS FOGGING. WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
Disinfection is getting a lot of attention. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's become a top priority for business owners. Everyone is researching disinfecting and sanitizing in hopes of ridding their environments of this dreaded virus. It’s more important than ever to make the right decision for your building/facility.
Although disinfectants are used in both an electrostatic spray gun and a fogger, the technology, and the results are quite different. The Electrostatic Spraying system applies small electrostatically charged droplets that are actively attracted to surfaces, including the exposed backsides of surfaces regardless of the direction of spray. The disinfectant covers surfaces and objects in a 360-degree range while providing touchless disinfection. This is because the particles in the spray are electrostatically charged, they cling to and completely coat all surfaces they're aimed at.
Whereas, fogging systems deliver droplets that passively deposit on surfaces based on the direction of the spray and the effect of gravity, which may result in uneven coverage. These small droplets do not wrap around surfaces and objects as electrostatic spraying does. Some people have confused this method with Electrostatic Spraying but Fogging does not use an electrostatic charge and the disinfectant is applied in much larger particles so it goes on wet. It does not adhere to surfaces like electrostatic spraying and the dwell time is significantly longer. This method is not recommended and not nearly as effective as electrostatic spraying.
A few of the big differences between Electrostatic Spray Disinfection and Fogging are cost and dwell time. For Fogging it can take anywhere from 30 minutes up to 1 hour for dwell time. As for Electrostatic spray disinfection, it only takes 5 minutes. Electrostatic spray disinfection is recommended by the CDC, unlike Fogging.
Senate Cleaning Electrostatic Spray Disinfecting is not only an efficient method of disinfecting but also more effective than Fogging; taking only 1 to 5 minutes to kill 99.99% of all pathogens providing peace of mind for all occupants, tenants, and employees. You can see why electrostatic spraying would be prudent to consider in your facilities and common areas following the COVID-19 pandemic. It only takes one infected person to spread COVID-19 throughout an entire facility infecting numerous others. This is why you must be proactive with an ongoing scheduled disinfecting program to prevent the spread of any asymptomatic and active COVID-19, other viral, bacterial, germs, and pathogens.