Why are sanitising electric sprayers effective?
For cleaning medium to large surface areas, using traditional wipes and trigger sprays can be extremely tedious and long-winded. It also requires significant effort to sanitise effectively, usually resulting in missed areas. Electric sanitising sprayers tackle this problem. With the ability to sanitise surfaces quickly and effectively, this technology makes a huge difference.
Atomizing vs electrostatic sprayers
First of all, using both types of sprayers are an effective way to cover a large area in just minutes. This is perfect for places such as school classrooms, public restrooms, kitchens, cafeterias, offices, hotels and more. But what’s the difference between the two?
Electrostatic sprayers work by charging the liquid disinfectant as it passes through the nozzle of the sprayer. This generates charged droplets that repel one another to actively seek out surfaces. These charged droplets then stick to and ‘wrap’ around the targeted surface to coat and kill any bacteria. This ‘wrap’ effect largely depends on proper grounding of the sprayer and surface to properly charge the disinfectant particles.
Atomizing sprayers work in a slightly different way. By using compressed air (or other gases), the fluid is broken up into a fine spray. This provides the most complete, consistent coverage to meet chemical dwell times.
At SANIQUE, we’ve recognised the need for a cost-efficient way to sanitising. That’s why we’ve engineered the S-3 and S-9 atomizing sprayers. By working alongside experts and using proven technologies, we’ve come up with a way to meet chemical dwell times on every sanitising and disinfecting job.