Electrostatic disinfection gives you 360 degree disinfectant coverage.
How does it work?
With the use of both positive and negative charges, electrostatic sprayers create disinfecting solutions that stick to targeted surfaces via electromagnetism. This means that no matter what angle from which you spray the surface, the disinfectant will wrap around and cling to the entire surface.
Not only is this an incredibly effective form of disinfection, it’s super-efficient as well—you can disinfect surfaces and even plants, animals, and people in a fraction of the time you’d spend with conventional methods.
Electrostatic disinfection fights pathogens responsible for COVID-19—this technology is EPA registered, holding kill claims for Sars-CoV-2 as well as other viral, bacterial, and fungal microorganisms.
Anti-Bacterial, Viral, & Fungal
By employing electrostatic disinfection technology in your routine janitorial and commercial cleaning processes, you can keep yourself, your staff, and your customers safe from COVID-19 and virtually any other viral, bacterial, or fungal infection.
If used consistently, our electrostatic disinfection technology can prevent COVID-19, the flu, and common cold year-round.
Coats up to 2,800 square feet on a single tank of fluid. Combined with our patented electrostatic charge, this allows you to apply an even coating on all surfaces.
Coats up to 23,000 square feet on a single tank of fluid. Combined with our patented electrostatic charge, this allows you to apply an even coating on all surfaces.
We use HOCL, an EPA List N registered disinfectant approved for numerous uses from hospital disinfection to water sanitization following hurricanes.
HOCL has been shown to inactivate a variety of viruses including coronaviruses in less than 1 minute.
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Electrostatic spraying allows us to cover more surface area in a fraction of the time that traditional methods would require.
The electrostatic charge applied to the droplets cause them to seek out the nearest surface that another drop isn’t already at. The end result of this is more complete coverage while using a fraction of the disinfectant you would normally need.
Absolutely. We swab surfaces pre and post disinfection to measure the ATP residue on surfaces. Adenosine Triphosphate, or ATP, is the energy molecule found in all living things, making it a perfect indicator when trying to determine if a surface is clean or not. Companies use ATP systems to rapidly verify surfaces have been cleaned thoroughly in food manufacturing and healthcare applications, and to ensure that biofilms are not developing on the surface that could affect quality.
With an ATP hygiene monitoring system, (or sometimes referred to as – an ATP sanitation monitoring system), ATP is brought into contact with Hygiena’s unique liquid-stable reagent in the test device. Light is then emitted in direct proportion to the amount of ATP present in the sample, providing information on the level of contamination in seconds.