Electrostatic Application Technology applies EPA registered disinfectants such as hypochlorous acid for surface disinfection to sanitize a target area by using electrostatic positive (+) and negative (-) force of attraction. The electrical charged droplets are attracted to the surface area creating uniform and comprehensive coverage.
Cleaning with soap and water to remove germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces does not necessarily kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading.
According to public health standards of a safe level, sanitizing lowers the number of germs on surfaces or objects. This process works by using an EPA-approved sanitizer to reduce bacteria on the surface or object.
Disinfection refers to using chemicals like EPA-registered disinfectants, to kill both bacteria and viruses on surfaces. Using an Electrostatic Sprayer with EPA-registered disinfectants like hypochlorous acid can further lower the risk of spreading infection. However, wiping and cleaning dirty surfaces is still necessary to remove dirt and germs.
Absenteeism due to illness, not only causes the students to miss learning opportunities, but the school districts essential funding is affected as well. Sick days can be reduced significantly by disinfecting the environment with the use of Electrostatic Technology.
Traditional spray and wipe cleaning doesn't completely do the job in stopping germ transmission. Using Electrostatic Spraying with an EPA-registered disinfectant can be one of the most effective ways to fight germs and pathogens in high-touch traffic environments. Electrostatic spraying offers several benefits including saving time, money, better coverage and helping to reduce the spread of viruses like COVID-19. United Airlines are using Emist Electrostatic Technology as part of their disinfection process within the cabins.
Studies have shown that less than 50% of environmental surfaces in patient care rooms are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Evidence strongly suggests that cross contamination of microorganisms from environmental surfaces is directly related to patient infections. High-contact surfaces have been identified as having the greatest potential for pathogen transmission. Existing healthcare disinfection methods like spray and wipe are largely ineffective.
Cleaning and disinfection expert Roman Peysakhovich reviews the EMist Handheld Sprayer.
Based on 5 criteria:
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3. Battery: 5/5
4. Performance: 5/5
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