So why use electrostatic technology when cleaning and disinfecting?
The biggest challenge affecting cleaning staff, housekeeping teams, animal technicians, and lab guys is the application of cleaning and disinfection chemistries to their processes to intercept the facilities’ key transmission pathways.
Traditional methods of cleaning and disinfection consider the use of:
- Ready to use trigger sprays
- Aerosol sprays
These applicators are not only challenging to qualify but increasingly challenging to manage, from a coverage, contact, and human consistency perspective. These traditional methods of chemical application present departments and facilities with a risk of contamination, HAI’s (hospital-acquired infections) and biosecurity breaches as they do not enable easy contact with all surface types to be made. Simply put, you could have the best cleaner or disinfectant in the world but misapply it or without contact to all areas and problems start to occur. Compromises to a department’s animal health status, patients & staff’s safety, and wellbeing could be put at risk and compromised.
We offer two electrostatic cleaning devices to fit the needs of your facility. A cordless compact electrostatic handheld spray which has a 1-litre tank capacity and weighs less than 3kg when full and a cordless electrostatic backpack sprayer which offers maximum manoeuvrability and is ideal for more significant facilities thanks to its 8-litre tank.