BENEFIT OF AN ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY SYSTEM
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, electrostatic sprayers, “apply a negative charge to liquid disinfectants as they pass through the nozzle. The negatively charged disinfectant is attracted to positively charged surfaces, which allows for efficient coating of hard nonporous surfaces.”
A slimy layer of microorganisms that stick to wet surfaces. They may cause up to 80 percent of infections.
Indoor chemical pollutants that can originate from household cleaners, cooking odors, building materials, carpet and electrical components.
Inhibits the growth or multiplication of microbiota.
ADVANCED ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY SYSTEM
Atomized droplets pass an electrode inside the nozzle. Negatively charged electrons are attached to the droplets.
The droplets will reverse direction and move against gravity to coat even hidden surfaces.
The negatively charged droplets are carried in an air stream towards the surface. Since the surface has a natural positive charge, the droplets are magnetically attracted to the surface. The droplets follow electrical field lines, wrap around the target and bond to its surface.