COMMERCIAL DISINFECTION: ELECTROSTATIC CLEANING

Eliminating germs and viruses including COVID-19

Our professional cleaning team uses advanced electrostatic disinfection to eliminate viruses on all surfaces, including Covid-19, even on hard-to-reach surfaces. The process involves a uniform application of a fast-acting chemical that is trusted by medical offices.

While not new, this process has become very popular in the age of COVID-19 to ensure the safety of your employees. This disinfection process is popular in food processing plants, cruise ships, airplanes, cargo containers, production agriculture, hospitals, schools, daycare veterinary clinics, homes, and businesses.

HOW IT WORKS

The machine uses a super fine mist that distributes evenly over surfaces. The surfaces are not touched, which allows the chemicals the required time to work on the surface to be effective. After 10 minutes, the chemical has done its disinfecting work, and the water evaporates, leaving a dry surface. The mist is so fine that there is no moisture damage to the surfaces.

The secret ingredient is the positive charge that the machine gives to the mist that makes it sticks to the neutral and negatively charged surfaces like a magnet. Like magic, the mist spreads across surfaces evenly, even wrapping around them to ensure 100% coverage. Our top-of-the-line equipment provides excellent surface adhesion, uniform coverage, and fast application. Because the mist is so fine, fewer chemicals are required than traditional cleaning solutions.

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TOUCHLESS APPLICATION

  • Touchless Application

  • Complete and Consistent Coverage

  • Highly Effective

  • Reduces Cross-Contamination

  • Cost-Effective

  • Eco Friendly

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POSITIVELY CHARGED IONS ARE THE KEY

  1. When the unit powers up, a positive charge travels from the charging ring through the pump and into the tank. This changes all solution ions to positive.

  2. The positively charged ions from the tank are pumped toward the sprayer and charged positive once again, at the charging ring, just before becoming atomized. The charge lasts long enough to get them to cling to every surface evenly.

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