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How Does Electrostatic Disinfection Work?

For a long while, industry used what we now regard as old-fashioned spray methods to paint machines, and agriculture used much the same methods to apply pesticides to crops. The persistent problem with these old-fashioned methods was that they achieved poor results with regard to what’s called spray transfer. In industry, much of the paint ended up somewhere other than the surface where it was intended to go. In farming, much of the pesticide was similarly lost.

As you can imagine, poor spray transfer was of particular concern when workers attempted to sanitize hospitals, other healthcare facilities, schools R&D labs, clean rooms, or any environment where sanitization was especially important. If the disinfecting spray couldn’t reach bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in cracks and other hard-to-reaches places, it wouldn’t kill those germs, and the location wouldn’t really be sanitized after all.

Somewhat comparable problems arise when someone attempts to sanitize an area via other traditional methods. Dry and wet dusting may do little more than spread dirt around unless the rags are washed frequently. Dry dusting may simply throw particles into the air to end up on different surfaces, and wet dusting has trouble reaching certain areas and may employ harmful chemicals to boot.

Electrostatic disinfection is the innovation that solves these problems

Disinfectant exiting an electrostatic disinfection sprayer is atomized and receives a positive electrical charge. The advantages are twofold. First, the electrical charge is attracted to the targeted surface (which is electrically neutral) and attaches to it. That way, the electrostatic disinfection chemicals aren’t wasted.

Second, the droplets of electrostatic disinfection chemicals repel each other because they have the same electrical charge. (If you’ve ever pushed the positive poles of two magnets together, or the negative poles, for that matter, you’ve experienced a form of this repulsion.) That means they spread out to cover an entire targeted area, action that creates a wraparound effect and impels them into spaces that are otherwise hard to reach. Thus, electrostatic disinfection treatment is able to sanitize an entire area, including the hard-to-reach spots.

What Sort of Places Need Electrostatic Disinfection?

As noted above, hospitals, other healthcare facilities, schools, R&D facilities, and clean rooms are environments that particularly ignore the benefits of electrostatic disinfection at their peril. But any Indianapolis place of business is likely to find it useful, particularly in these times, when customers or clients will seek assurance that you’ve eliminated the possibility of contamination by COVID-19 (or as it is commonly called, the coronavirus.)

To look at this question from a different perspective, floors, walls, keyboards, phones, and desktops benefit greatly for electrostatic disinfection, as do any hard-to-reach places or any piece of equipment, particularly if it’s heavily trafficked.

Important Benefits of Electrostatic Disinfection

The benefits of electrostatic disinfection include the following:

  • Improved infection control. An electrostatic disinfection system fights the spread of viruses including HIV, MRSA, and influenza.
  • No overuse of electrostatic disinfection chemicals. Because of the controlled way an electrostatic disinfection sprayer works, you won’t use more than you need.
  • Electrostatic disinfection is faster. It takes 50% less time to sanitize those hard-to-reach areas.
  • Elimination of financial burdens. You won’t have to bear the costs associated with contagious illness infections.

One Caveat about Electrostatic Disinfection

Despite its effectiveness, you obviously can’t have workers with backpacks and similar equipment wandering around a home or workplace 24/7 squirting electrostatic disinfection chemicals around. If you’re to maintain a clean environment, electrostatic disinfection should be something you do periodically in addition to more traditional cleaning, not something you do instead of it. In other words, manual cleaning with sprays and wipes still plays a vital role in sanitation. (You’ll want to continue more traditional cleaning methods anyway, since electrostatic disinfection doesn’t remove physical dirt and grime.)

We at Five Star Complete Restoration hope this information has proved helpful. If your Indianapolis business is in need of electrostatic disinfection or any of our comprehensive suite of services, we invite you to contact us. Our courteous, expert professionals are here to help.

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