You Can Disinfect Surfaces, But Are Germs Still Hiding in Your Facility?

Electrostatic Disinfectant Treatment Disinfect Surfaces Germs

Many of you may believe that you can disinfect surfaces throughout a facility with wipes or a spray, but what about the areas in your facility that you can’t see such as behind the breakroom refrigerator or the underside of a desk? How can you ensure all germs and bacteria are being killed at the end of the day?

Making sure viruses are being stopped in their tracks has been a top priority for many facility owners and building managers, especially with salmonella, E.coli, MRSA, norovirus, and influenza becoming more widespread.

Since viruses are known to live on surfaces as many as seven days after being contaminated, you can only imagine the trouble of cleaning the surface of a desk or a breakroom counter and ignoring the unseen crevices where those same germs and bacteria crawl into—only to resurface and cover the area again after you’ve disinfected the surface.

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To combat these hard-to-reach crevices and places, Electrostatic Disinfectant Treatment is gaining popularity for facility owners and building managers so they can be confident germs and bacteria are being eliminated.

What is Electrostatic Disinfectant Treatment?

This state-of-the-art dispenser sprays a positively charged solution onto surfaces, ultimately covering the impossible corners, crevices, backsides, and other hard-to-reach places often missed during a general cleaning process. The treatment spreads a thin layer of solution, generating quick drying time yet maintaining a long-lasting disinfectant application. One electronic sprayer treatment can cover 10,000 square feet per hour, eradicating germs, viruses, and bacteria – all while boosting prevention against mold and mildew. The best part is, the solution is safe for sensitive surfaces such as equipment and electronics.

Watch the video below to understand more about our Electrostatic Disinfectant Treatment:

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