ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY TECHNOLOGY

The Future Of Clean

They say opposites attract and that is certainly the case with electrostatic charging. Have you ever rubbed a balloon against your head to make it stick to a wall? That’s basic electrostatic charging. When you rub the balloon against your head, it causes the balloon to take on free electrons creating a negative charge. The negatively charged balloon is then highly attracted to a neutral or positively charged surface like a wall. Like charges repel each other and unlike charges attract each other (think about magnets). Magic? Not at all, it’s just good science.

BECAUSE OPPOSITES ATTRACT

The agricultural and automotive industries have used electrostatic technology for decades to provide a more efficient and cost-effective method of applying chemicals and paint. We use this science to apply disinfectants. Electrostatic application of chemicals dramatically increases droplet attraction and attachment to surfaces. In fact, research indicates that electrostatic application is 8 times more effective than using an uncharged sprayer. This deposition of disinfectant happens when atomized droplets are discharged from the equipment nozzle and form a solid, uniform coating on the target surface.

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THE WORLD'S MOST EFFECTIVE DISINFECTANT SPRAYER 

Built to work, this cordless electrostatic sprayer is powerful, durable, and provides breakthrough application performance: more coverage, less waste, and better results, in significantly less time.  Just one pull of the trigger and the result is an even, uniform, wrap-around layer of germ killing power!

WRAP AROUND COVERAGE

When the disinfectant agent first enters the sprayer, it is atomized by passing through an electrostatic-induction nozzle, then charged using a bipolar power supply, and finally discharged toward the target area. The bipolar supply causes the electrical charges to be alternatively redistributed, resulting in droplets having an excess of either positive (+) or negative (-) charges. These charged droplets are so attracted to the targeted area that they coat the side, edge, and backside of surfaces. This wraparound effect creates an even, consistent and comprehensive coverage of chemical, reduces over-spray, and provides significant results. 

MORE EFFICIENT. MORE EFFECTIVE.

Applying chemicals using an electrostatic sprayer is more efficient and effective than spray-and-wipe. For most disinfectants to work, a targeted surface must be completely coated and remain wet for up to 10 minutes. Spray and wipe is hit-and-miss, leaving whole areas not disinfected. With electrostatic disinfection, every surface can be coated in less time, using less chemical, and achieving better outcomes.