Disinfection Applications for Covid-19
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A Custom Cleaner LLC disinfection application process includes;
Electrostatic Disinfectant sprayer, use of hospital grade, EPA approved disinfectants Adherence to CDC guidelines including Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
High-frequency touch areas for disinfection application include items such as;
Light switches Handrails Elevator buttons Door handles and entryway doors Restroom faucets and dispensers Phones, keyboards and mouse devices
What Is Electrostatic Disinfection?
Electrostatic spray surface cleaning is the process of spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces and objects. Electrostatic spray uses a specialized solution that is combined with air and atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer. Subsequently, the spray contains positively charged particles that are able to aggressively adhere to surfaces and objects. Because the particles in the spray are positively charged, they cling to and coat any surface they’re aimed at.
For awkwardly shaped objects or hard to reach places, cleaning staff only have to point and spray; the nature of the mist allows it to coat surfaces evenly, and envelope objects—even if the mist is only sprayed from one side. After the spray is applied, the sanitizing agent works to disinfect the covered surfaces. For this reason, electrostatic spray is an excellent solution for germ and contaminant ridden areas.
How Does Electrostatic Disinfection Work?
Electrostatic spray is electrically charged, allowing the appropriate sanitizers, mold preventatives and disinfectants to wrap around and evenly coat all types of surfaces for a more complete clean. As the chemical exits the electrostatic sprayer, it’s given a positive electrical charge. The droplets then become attracted to all negative surfaces, covering the visible area, underside and backside, with the sanitizing agent. Surfaces that are already covered will repel the spray, making the method extremely efficient.
What are the benefits of continued use?
Electrostatic cleaning kills germs, bacteria and viruses from surfaces and lasts for a while. However, it won’t continuously prevent covered surfaces from becoming re-infected. Some institutions that see higher traffic and use, such as hospitals and schools, will benefit more from continued or regular use of electrostatic disinfection.