Electrostatic – The Key to Disinfection

Electrostatic Disinfection

Is the complete disinfection of a facility possible within a limited time frame? It probably isn’t if you’re sticking to traditional cleaning procedures. Wipes, cloths, and trigger sprayers are heavily labor-intensive, but most importantly, it’s difficult to obtain complete coverage underneath chairs, shelves, and tables, etc. when the process is manual. The answer is Electrostatic Sprayers! The use of an electrostatic sprayer provides a precise application of disinfectants and complete coverage top and bottom.

What is Electrostatic Disinfection and How Does it Work?

Electrostatic surface disinfection is a process in which electrostatically charged mist is sprayed onto surfaces and objects. The combination of a specialized solution & an electrode inside the sprayer activate positively charged particles that are able to aggressively attach to objects and surfaces. The positive charge makes the particles in the spray electrically stronger than the object or surface you’re treating. The particles then cling to and coat any surface including the visible area, backside, and underside, with the sanitizing agent. 

For hard-to-reach spaces or awkwardly shaped objects, cleaning crews can simply point and spray – the characteristics of the mist allow it to coat surfaces evenly, and completely encompass whatever it touches—even if the mist is only sprayed from one side. Once the spray is applied, the sanitizing agent goes to work to disinfect the surface. For ease of use, accuracy & efficiency, electrostatic spray disinfection is a superior solution for germ and contaminant-ridden areas.

iNX Electrostatic Surface Disinfection in ACTION!

iNX operators have access to equipment such as the new Clorox Total 360 System.

Is Electrostatic Disinfection Safe?

Yes, electrostatic disinfection and the sprays used in electrostatic cleaning tools are extremely safe for equipment operators, the people present during the cleaning, and people occupying the space after cleaning. Cleaning companies using this method will typically ask that you wait for one to two hours after a space has finished receiving treatment before entering the area. However, once the application process is complete and dry, the space is safe for both people and animals. Masks and PPE are not required.

Main Benefits of Electrostatic Spray Disinfection:

(Sanitary Maintenance, February 2018)
  • Reduces the time it takes to cover and disinfect all surfaces and hard-to-reach places by 50% compared to conventional methods
  • Improves infection control and the spread of viruses such as COVID-19, influenza, MRSA, HIV, and many others
  • Applies chemicals in a more efficient, controlled manner, eliminating the dangers of overuse
  • Prevents costly financial burdens associated with contagious healthcare infections
  • iNX is committed to getting your business operational within 24 hours, using the newest disinfecting equipment and technology on the market. Electrostatic disinfecting spraying is the best and most efficient process to reopen your business with as little downtime as possible.  Our operators are using the new Clorox Total 360 System, the Victory Gun, and other electrostatic systems. For more information on electrostatic disinfection and the many services we offer, please call us at 1 (888) TEAM-iNX or fill out this form on our website to be contacted by one of our experienced sales representatives.