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How Electrostatic Technology Improves Disinfection Outcomes

How Electrostatic Technology Improves Disinfection Outcomes

How Electrostatic Technology Works

The world of disinfection hosts a variety of different technologies and methods. Electrostatic technology is a newer development. These sprayers are rapidly gaining popularity as interest in disinfected spaces rises. They work by applying a positive charge to the disinfection solution as the solution passes through the sprayer's nozzle. When this occurs, the disinfection solution droplets search for conductive (or negatively charged) surfaces. The solution wraps around and evenly coat all sides of an object regardless of the sprayer's angle.

How Electrostatic Technology Improves Disinfection Outcomes

Electrostatic technology works by charging liquid to ensure an even and complete coating of the solution, ultimately achieving better disinfection. It provides multiple benefits that improve the outcomes of disinfection efforts.

  • Better/more even coverage
  • Less chemical use
  • Faster and more efficient handling

Overall, using an electrostatic spray disinfection system is quicker and more effective than disinfecting surfaces by hand.

How To Use an Electrostatic Sprayer Effectively

Using an electrostatic spray from Baker Cleaning Solutions is easy. Using a handheld cordless electrostatic sprayer is as simple as filling up the tank with an approved disinfectant solution and spraying. Our electrostatic cordless sprayers can spray for up to four continuous hours. These products are lightweight and easy to maneuver. Pull the trigger and point the sprayer nozzle at the surface you would like to cover.

Explore our electrostatic sprayer options and our disinfectant solutions. Baker Cleaning Solutions aims to provide your facility with the peace of mind that comes from accurate and powerful disinfection. Below are a few sources we recommend for learning more about how electrostatic technology improves disinfection outcomes.

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