METHODS OF APPLICATION

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MOST EFFECTIVE

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LEAST EFFECTIVE

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WIPES

SPRAYERS

FOGGERS

ELECTROSTATICS

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ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYING

Electrostatic spraying allows the user the scope to work a whole room at different angles and be in control of the process from start to finish

Electrostatic spraying is a constant motion; left to right and up and down. The user has control over the volume sprayed

Electrostatic spraying requires less downtime. Once a room has been sprayed using electrostatics it can be re-entered as soon as the fluid is dry (20-45 minutes depending on micron setting and temperature of the room)

Electrostatic spraying does not require a room to be taped up

 

Electrostatic spraying hits hidden and shadowed areas due to magnetic adhesion to the surfaces and very little falls to the floor

FOGGING MACHINE

Fogging relies on a machine to do the work with generally no user present and can miss areas

 

Fogging uses much more liquid, often excessively, at a higher cost

 

Fogging can mean an environment is generally locked down without use for 4+ hours

Fogging generally does. A business has very little down time in each area using electrostatics

Fogging can push a lot of product into the air and a lot of it can fail to cover all surfaces

Does electrostatic spraying kill airborne pathogens?

Yes. The Control product certainly does. It also helps to kill pathogens which move over a wall or ceiling for example once it has dried. Just like fogging would do, the electrostatics can be used to apply disinfectant to walls, floors, and ceilings.