Use it anywhere
Electrostatic spray disinfection can be used in a range of environments from offices, to gyms, to schools to hospitals. These places often have complex surfaces that need disinfection as well as high-touch areas like keyboards and phones. When used with a compatible disinfectant, electrostatic spray disinfection is safe for electronics and keyboards, as long as it is not applied into case openings or vent holes at close range.
Why electrostatic spray technology makes good sense
Disinfecting every surface in a fully furnished space can be a challenge; not only would it be costly in terms of labour, the downtime for the space in question may not be possible. Electrostatic spray disinfection is at least five times faster than it would take to disinfect all surfaces using conventional methods and, because of the controlled manner in which the disinfectant is applied, it takes much less chemical to do the job. Products such as the EPIX360, which is distributed by Sani Marc, work with any water-soluble disinfectant and treat surfaces in areas up to 4,000 ft² from a single tank. With any electrostatic sprayer, you must always be sure to choose a disinfectant that is compatible with the surfaces you plan to disinfect.
When opting for electrostatic spray disinfection, there are few things to remember: This technique requires trained operators who are familiar with the process, including pre-cleaning. Proper PPE for the operator is required. Direct the spray methodically for even coverage and always allow the contact time indicated on the product label. Lastly, clean the spray system daily as per manufacturer guidelines to ensure consistent and reliable operation.
Electrostatic spray disinfection is a very fast and comprehensive process. It is less labour intensive, requires less chemicals and is far more efficient than conventional methods, which makes it an attractive option for a variety of environments and well worth considering when you need to do more with less.