Electrostatic spraying is the best application for combating infectious diseases in indoor environments that require cost-effective and rapid turnaround. ATI offers state-of-the-art disinfection and sterilization of pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi via electrostatic spraying, to an indoor space, giving businesses and healthcare facilities peace of mind.
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Our electrostatic sprayers disinfect any type of property, including hospitals, schools, hotels, restaurants, and office buildings. The mechanism of delivery for the cleaning solution via electrostatic spraying means that hard-to-reach areas, where pathogenic microorganisms could thrive beyond the reach of typical by-hand cleaning methods, are covered quickly and thoroughly. This technology presents a 360-degree, comprehensive coverage of a space.
By improving the infection control of the spread of viruses such as influenza, SarsCoV, H1N1, Ebola , and most recently COVID-19, electrostatic spraying reduces the time it takes to cover and disinfect all surfaces, ultimately saving time and labor costs. Electrostatic sprayer technology applies chemicals in a precise, controlled manner, while still covering 54,000 square feet per hour and saving nearly 50% on cost for the solution used.
Non-thermal fogging via electrostatic sprayer is a top choice of application for combating infectious diseases in indoor environments that need to prioritize cost-effectiveness and require rapid turnarounds, such as schools, healthcare facilities, or other essential service environments. This application has been proven effective by our technicians repeatedly, including in healthcare facilities at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ATI has several decontamination case studies that highlight the effectiveness of electrostatic sprayer technology. One example is found in a Seattle hospital, where our teams used fogging as part of decontaminating former COVID-19-specific treatment rooms to be suitable for other needs in the hospital.
Using both positive and negative charges, electrostatic sprayers can make electromagnetic disinfectants that stick to surfaces. This allows for total disinfection coverage to any indoor space.
ATI offers state-of-the-art sterilization of pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, mold, mold spores, and fungi. Some viruses controlled by electrostatic sprayers include SarsCoV, H1N1, Ebola, and COVID-19.
Depending on the size of what is being disinfected, electrostatic disinfection takes around 30-45 minutes to decontaminate an average-sized room.
ATI’s several decontamination case studies have highlighted the effectiveness of electrostatic sprayer technology. One study consisted of the use of fogging to decontaminate former COVID-19 treatment rooms.