Electrostatic Spray and Chemical Fogging
Electrostatic Sprayers work by charging liquids (i.e., cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants) as they pass through a sprayer nozzle. This generates charged droplets that repel one another and actively seek out environmental surfaces, which they stick to and even wrap around to coat all sides. This method is a great way to disinfect large areas, in a quick time frame. We use Victory Professional Cordless Electrostatic Handheld Sprayers and Victory Backpack Cordless Electrostatic Sprayers. We wear full PPE protection. We use Purell products that can be sprayed/left on surfaces for 30 seconds with a drying time of only 30 seconds!!! This allows you to re-enter safely within 10 minutes after the application. Great for gyms, Covid-19 testing areas, food prep stations, exam rooms, residential and commercial property, and much more! Call, Text, or Email for more information on how to quickly keep surfaces and areas disinfected so you quickly can get back to your job, your activities, your life, etc. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS!! THANK YOU!!
Chemical fogging: Applying chemical disinfectants to production areas as fogs or mists is a method used routinely in the food industry. The purpose is to create and disperse a disinfectant aerosol to reduce the numbers of airborne micro-organisms and also to apply disinfectant to surfaces that may be difficult to reach. Fogging is achieved using either a static, purpose-built system in a factory area with strategically placed nozzles or, more commonly, a mobile unit.
Which is right for you?
The main difference would be that fogging is a method used to cover a larger, open space/area such as a cafeteria, auditorium, large conference rooms, large classrooms, surgical rooms, etc. Electrostatic Disinfecting would be an application used on in a smaller space such as a personal office, exam room, bathroom, kitchen etc. Both systems use the same chemicals.