What is Electrostatic Disinfection?

What is Electrostatic Disinfection?

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way that the world operates. Most industries were allowed to carry out daily activities with little to no limitation before the pandemic. Now, various restrictions prevent companies from freely operating during business hours. One significant way to protect your company from demise during these unprecedented times is through the thorough cleaning measures offered by Electrostatic disinfection.

Why is disinfecting necessary during the pandemic?

Disinfecting remains the primary defense against the coronavirus. Science experts often suggest wiping down walls and furniture pieces with bleach or other potent solutions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Even with those precautionary measures in place, it is possible to contribute to the virus’s growth.

A thoroughly disinfected facility reduces a worker’s susceptibility to contracting the common cold or influenza by up to 80%. Extensive disinfecting also reduces contamination on a surface by up to 60%. Cleaning by traditional means is always helpful. The best way to get the most out of a professional sterilizing session is to use the technology of Electrostatic.

What is Electrostatic disinfection?

Electrostatic disinfection is the process of spraying electrostatically charged cleaning products onto surfaces. An electrode maintains the solution inside of the sprayer. Activation comes when the solution is sprayed into the air, which serves as a guide that leads positively charged particles to surfaces with dirt, debris, and bacteria that leads to illness.

Exactly how does Electrostatic disinfection work?

One of the reasons why Electrostatic disinfection is so effective in minimizing bacteria that lead to illnesses in a room is its electrically charged particles.
Most traditional solutions do an excellent job of attacking bacteria when adequately administered by the individual sanitizing the surface. However, it is not uncommon for the cleaner to spray an inadequate amount of solution on the surface or miss a part of the furniture entirely. Electrostatic disinfectant works differently.

The electrically charged products are atomized to work on their own so that the surface is properly coated. The specialist only needs to spray the solution, and the air will work with the droplets to cover an entire room/surface. Electrostatic disinfectant saves time and money by providing adequate coating the first time so that the cleaner does not have to apply the solution several times for an excellent sanitizing session.

Who benefits from Electrostatic disinfection?

Anyone can benefit from Electrostatic disinfection. Such is especially true given the coronavirus pandemic where heavy droplets of the virus are said to rest on surfaces for several seconds before losing the ability to impact the individual negatively.

Droplets such as those that cause the COVID-19 disease may be attracted to Electrostatic solutions, which may lead to a reduced risk for the illness. Conventional sanitizing methods are 50 percent less likely to adequately cover the surfaces when compared with the more high-tech version of Electrostatic disinfectant. This essentially means that a business can more confidently claim its sanitizing practices to be compliant with government regulations.

Another advantage of Electrostatic disinfection is its ability to reduce the dangers associated with overuse. Anyone who has administered an excessive amount of bleach to a surface knows the effects of this. Potent solutions can lead to cause life-threatening conditions that may require extensive medical treatment.

Electrostatic disinfection provides just enough solution to clean the surface thoroughly. This is especially beneficial to business owners who are looking to save money on cleaning products.

When trying to reduce coronavirus spread, there is no better way to choose than Electrostatic disinfection. Call us today to schedule an appointment for sanitization.

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