Learn About Disinfection

Cleaning

Manual or mechanical removal of visible soil and debris from surfaces and equipment.

Products used: Cleaner, detergent.

Sanitization

Reduction of bacterial contaminants to safe levels as per health requirements.

Products used: Food-contact and non-food contact sanitizers, products labeled “kills 99.9% of germs”

Disinfection

Destruction of pathogenic and other microorganisms typically using chemical agents.

Products used:  disinfectants, products labeled “kills 99.999% of germs”. Clorox 360 Disinfectant is one of the brand solutions that we use which have the kill claims for preventing Coronavirus, as well as Influenza and many other viruses.

Electrostatic Technology:
Best Way to Efficiently Cover All Surfaces

“Electrostatic technology is going to be the norm for disinfecting in the near future.”

Manually disinfecting surfaces is strenuous and expensive, the outcomes unreliable.

The improved surface coverage is the result of the electrostatic technology. As the chemical exits the electrostatic sprayer, it is atomized and given a positive charge. The positively charged spray droplets are attracted to and travel toward negatively charged objects, creating a 360-degree wraparound effect on the targeted surface.

Our system delivers a targeted stream of electrically charged disinfectant with 360° wraparound coverage to reach the sides, underside and back of surfaces. No matter how well you train your cleaning teams, there are only so many areas that wiping can physically reach.

With normal spraying, the coverage of surfaces is determined by the direction in which the team member sprays and where the droplets fall based on the effect of gravity. This always results in uneven surface coverage, even with the most experienced janitor.

We train to understand that you don’t need to hold the spray gun in one spot and soak an area. Rather, just mist the surfaces, making sure to cover the entire area.

No wiping is required with electrostatic spraying as it is with other procedures. Fogging is safe for all surfaces including electronic equipment.

We always come prepared wearing personal protective equipment such as goggles, gloves and a face mask as a safety measure unless working in an exposed area then full head to toe coveralls are required.

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