Electrostatic Fogging is a No-Touch Disinfection Process
Electrostatic disinfection sprayers are the new revolutionary method to disinfect surfaces and objects with EPA-certified disinfectants that are safe for most surfaces. Traditional cleaning methods can actually spread infectious particles from surface to surface, compounding the infection hazard. Also, the fogging crew is completely suited and masked for their own protection, and for yours. Disinfection fogging is also a time and labor saving approach to quickly disinfect all high contact surfaces in a large area.
Electrostatic Disinfection is Faster and More Complete
The disinfectant fog is given a positive charge and is attracted to negatively charge surfaces — almost all surfaces are negatively charged. This means that just spraying in the vicinity of a surface results in complete disinfectant coverage. It does not require direct spraying at the surface as long as there is disinfectant fog nearby. This means that hard to reach areas missed by traditional cleaning will be disinfected as well.
Disinfection time is reduced by at least 50% compared to other methods. Application is more efficient and even and uses less disinfectant.
Electrostatic Sanitizing is the Most Cost-Effective Means of Disinfection
Fogging is the most comprehensive and cost-effective way to clean & disinfect desktops, equipment, floors and walls in offices, schools, homes, fitness, hospitality and healthcare facilities. It can be used in restaurant kitchens if the appropriate disinfectant labelled for that application is used. (You can see an interactive list of disinfectants for various applications that are approved for use in disinfection by the EPA — List N — which you can filter by use.)
Electrostatic fogging produces far less waste than backpack sprayers (75x less) according to Public Health of Ontario.
Is Electrostatic Fogging Safe for All Surfaces?
Papers can absorb fog droplets and become wavy. Important papers should be protected. Electrostatic fogging is designed to disinfect hard non-porous surfaces.
Electrostatic Fogging is for Disinfecting Surfaces Only
The EPA approves disinfectants for particular uses including disinfection of specific disease vectors, and for particular modes of application. Please consult with Roger Olsen about your needs to design the safest and most efficient cleaning routine for your facility.
Electrostatic fog does not stay in the air and is not designed or approved to treat infectious agents in aerosols.
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