High-Tech Electrostatic Sprayers Help Keep Your Workplace Safe
As companies reopen following the coronavirus pandemic, they have a high-tech option for keeping things clean.
Victory Electrostatic Sprayers
When disinfecting surfaces to prevent the spread of deadly viruses, you must take extra precautions. New tech-enabled sanitation and safety products are gaining traction.
If you spray disinfectant on a surface and then use a rag to clean them, you essentially move germs from one place to another. 509 Facility Services uses Victory Electrostatic Sprayers that clean more thoroughly and efficiently. The sprayer gives your disinfectant solution a positive electric charge that causes the droplets to be attracted to neutrally charged surfaces like desks and walls, and to repel each other, leading to an even 360 degree distribution over all exposed surfaces. After a few minutes, the disinfectant kills the germs and the liquid evaporates. There’s no need to wipe the surfaces down manually – just spray and let dry.
Delta Airlines is using electrostatic sprayers to disinfect its planes, and pro sports teams like the NFL’s New York Jets and Atlanta Falcons are using them in their facilities. Other clients include schools, retailers, beauty parlors, manufacturers, gym chains, and branches of the U.S. military. Marriott recently announced it would be using electrostatic sprayers to sanitize rooms in all of its worldwide locations As companies prepare their plans for reopening, electrostatic sprayers should be considered a necessary part of their cleaning regimen.