One question has been on the minds of facility managers since the start of the coronavirus pandemic this spring, and it is echoing even louder now as flu season approaches: “How can we make our facility safer for our tenants, visitors and employees?”
The answer lies in disinfection, but it’s not just about the chemicals you use. It’s about how you apply them.
Electrostatic spray disinfecting is the most powerful, thorough way to apply disinfectant throughout your facility. This process releases an electrostatically-charged mist onto objects and surfaces, allowing disinfectant to penetrate every nook and cranny. Its touchless application means there is no risk of cross-contamination, and the charged disinfectant particles are able to adhere aggressively to objects and surfaces. They essentially cling to and completely coat every surface they reach, providing the most comprehensive application of disinfectant possible.
Sanitizing the Easy Way
The Electro Spray Electrostatic Sprayer is the most efficient and effective way to disinfect. Static charges are applied to liquid disinfectant so it sprays a fine, even application that essentially “wraps” around surfaces. This sprayer allows you to use less disinfectant than regular sprayers, and it can be used with many of the EPA-approved disinfectants in our inventory. Best of all, it costs up to 8 times less than similar models, and it is trusted by major companies like American, United and Delta Airlines and Marriott Hotels.
Ideal for Every Application
This electrostatic sprayer is perfect for any application, including schools and daycares, gyms and yoga studios, restaurants, churches, salons and spas, doctors, dentists and vets, office and retail spaces, cleaning services, residential applications, bowling alleys and more.
Electro Spray Specifications
The Electro Spray boasts a 2.1 gallon capacity and allows for cordless use for up to 3.5 hours. Choose a backpack of carry option that measures 18” x11”x6”. The Electro Spray comes equipped with two nozzles and two wands for 8” to 40” reach, and one tank covers an astounding 15,000 square feet!